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Time to move away from Windows 7 ... whoa, whoa, who said anything about Windows 8?

Start migrating now to avoid another XPocalypse – Gartner

Google's ANDROID CRUSHING smartphone rivals underfoot

Windows Phone cracks, Blackberry's out of juice and even Apple's squeezed

Know what Ferguson city needs right now? It's not Anonymous doxing random people

U-turn on vow to identify killer cop after fingering wrong bloke

Seven Apple Store staff cuffed in alleged $500k stolen iPhone scam bust

Apple workers Think Different – allegedly

Merger-hungry Comcast and Time Warner withdraw from FCC commissioner's dinner event

Cable firms step away amidst heat on conflict of interest

Chrome update to raise alarms over deceptive download bundles

That browser toolbar your Mum swears she never installed? Chrome'll crimp it

NASA's rock'n'roll shock: ROLLING STONE FOUND ON MARS

No sign of Ziggy Stardust and his band

Why your mum was WRONG about whiffy tattooed people

They're a future source of RENEWABLE ENERGY

El Reg's virtualisation desk pulls out the VMworld crystal ball

MARVIN musings and other Gelsinger Gang guessing games

Who needs hackers? 'Password1' opens a third of all biz doors

GPU-powered pen test yields more bad news about defences and passwords

Oracle claims knockout blow in IP lawsuit

Judge says Rimini Street pinched Larry's goodies

New voting rules leave innocent Brits at risk of SPAM TSUNAMI

Read the paperwork very carefully - or fall victim to marketing shysters

Brits' borked Samsung kit held up after repair centre slips into administration

What ... you don't know where my borked slab's gone?

Hackers' Paradise: The rise of soft options and the demise of hard choices

OpinionHow it all went wrong for computer security

'Aaaah FFS, 'amazeballs' has made it into the Oxford English Dictionary

QuoTWPlus: 'EE, how shocking, another problem I face with your service'

Vulture 2 spaceplane autopilot brain surgery a total success

LOHAN slips into some sexy bespoke mission parameters

You'll find Yoda at the back of every IT conference

Something for the Weekend, Sir?The piss always taking is he. Bastard the.

Pop-up ad man: SORRY we made such a 'hated tool', netizens

Brands bummed out by SEXY FUNTIMES

Microsoft punts FREE Office 365 mail migration, but some are not chuffed with the idea

Mmm, drink from our delicious fountain o' cash, partners

eBay in talks with Bitcoin firms about payments processing

Online bazaar's Braintree subsidiary chatting up Coinbase and others

Giving your old Tesco Hudl to Auntie June? READ THIS FIRST

You can never wipe supermarket slab clean enough

Premier League wants to PURGE ALL FOOTIE GIFs from social media

Not paying Murdoch? You're gonna get a right LEGALLING - thanks to automated software

Intel teams up with rap chap 50 Cent on heartbeat headphones

Get rich or die trying? Looks like the former rather than the latter

EMC customer? You can only buy from third-party sales bods now

Firm plans to pull direct reps' sales tool

Insert coin to continue: GameOver ZeuS zombie MUTATES, shuffles back to its feet

You! Back from the undead again?

Cisco prepares to take $700m hit to make 6,000 layoffs

Fiscal 2015 pain includes severance pay and benefits

Don't think you're SAFE from Windows zombies just 'cos you have an iPhone - research

Malware can be pushed across the species gap

Samsung slurps Internet of Home Stuff upstart SmartThings

Korean chaebol nabs home automation platform for rumoured $200m

YES YES YES! Apple patents mousy, pressure-sensing iVibrator

Fanbois prepare to experience the great Cupertin-O

Rimini Street promises 'business as usual' after Oracle IP judgment

Rimini's wrong on Oracle database licence, says judge

Revealed ... GCHQ's incredible hacking tool to sweep net for vulnerabilities: Nmap

Is that you, 007? Is that you, 007?

Apple slings fanbois' data at Chinese servers in China Telecom deal

Mandarins won't get encryption keys, Cook & Co promises ... scout's honor

New Sprint CEO says he will lower axe on staff – but prices come first

'Very disruptive' new rates to be revealed next week

Supervalu supermarket stores stung by sneaky sales system scammers

Up to 1,000 stores could have been hacked

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