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Cult of T-Mob US wants you to INDOCTRINATE your friends and family

Legere lures customers with promise of free data

Memory troubling you, Android? Surprise! Another data slurp vuln uncovered

Be careful what you install, say boffins. Again

Carbon tetrachloride releases still too high, says NASA

Oi! Didn't you get the Montreal memo?

ARM64 gets better GPU support in CUDA release

CUDA 6.5 eyes HPC market

SDN? More like $$$DN: Sales to soar from $1bn today to $8bn by 2018

But bit-shuffling box sales will rise by even more, says IDC

Don't even THINK about copyright violation, says Indian state

Pre-emptive arrest for pirates in Karnataka

Facebook needs to defend Austrian privacy violation case

Court rubber-stamps Max Schrems' class action

TRANSMUTATION claims US LENR company

Ten points of stuff out of a five pound bag

Football legend Gary Lineker in TWITTER POO TROLL SCANDAL

Footballer targeted by puerile jokers

Security precogs divine web vulnerabilities BEFORE THEY EXIST

Wayback is way ahead:Three million web properties will go under the pwned hammer

US Copyright Office rules that monkeys CAN'T claim copyright over their selfies

Photographer can't cash in on primate pics

Claim: Microsoft Alt-F4'd Chilean government open-source install bid

The US has form in Chile

ISIS terror fanatics invade Diaspora after Twitter blockade

Nothing we can do to stop them, says decentralized network

Biz data botherer CommVault slips out fresh do-it-all bundle

Easier, simpler and faster – to buy, that is

TV transport tech, part 2: From sofa to server at the touch of a button

FeatureThe high tech journey behind your telly remote control

BAT-GOBBLING urban SPIDER QUEENS swell to ENORMOUS SIZE

But they'd lose a deathmatch against the coming Humvee-sized, armoured Arctic ones

True fact: 1 in 4 Brits are now TERRORISTS

YouGov poll reveals terrible truth about the enemy within

Brainboxes caught opening Bitcoin fraud emails. Seriously, guys?

Firehose of spam proves surprisingly handy for cryptocash miscreants

HP lets the SAN shine: StoreVirtual now bigger, flashier, OpenStack-ier

Plus added 3PAR flash seasoning

Vampires and Ninjas versus the Alien Jedi Robot Pirates: It's ON

Weekend Big Data ProjectHelp us settle THE great question of modern times

Primetime precrime? Minority Report TV series 'being developed'

I have to know. I have to find out what happened to my life

LOHAN gets laughing gear round promotional mug

First Kickstarter reward lands at spaceplane mission HQ

The Register Monopoly Pubcrawl Mobile Map: VODAFONE WINS VOICE

Special ReportIdeal if you use your phone for talking

Brit balloon bod Bodnar overflies North Pole

B-64 amateur ultralight payload approaching second circumnavigation

'Video on internet may not be entirely truthful': Times headline

QuoTWPlus 'I'm laughing at you all as I type this on my Win98 machine'

Microsoft parts Azure cloud, reveals NoSQL doc database

We're not in a relational world anymore, Dorothy

Fujitsu flasher pleases data-intensive divas – SPC-1 benchmark

Cheap storage array IOPS and lots of them

LG takes on Nokia X, Moto G: These are the cheapie 'droids you've been looking for

Though Fino and Bella do sound like cartoon characters

Echopraxia scores 'diamond cutter' on the sci-fi hardness scale

Page FileBook review: Plenty of science and philosophy, no soppy rubbish

LOHAN Kickstarter bid IS GO: Back our Vulture 2 spaceplane launch

How YOU can help world's first 3D-printed, rocket-powered aircraft

Renegade NSA, GCHQ spies help fix Tor vulns, claims project boss

As one hand smashes, the other hand soothes

Jarvis versus Jarvis: Don't DISRUPT the DISRUPTION GURU!

CommentThe pissed-off media pundits’ pundit

Street-beating Brocade bounces back

Third quarter revenue rise and profits add shine to its switches

Trundle, trundle, FLEEEP: iPhone 6 production grinds to halt

Screen snags plague fruity supplier Pegatron

Citrix says reports of XenServer's death are greatly exaggerated

Keep Calm and Carry On Using XenServer In The Data Centre … pretty please?

YOU SHALL NOT PASS! Intel, HyTrust geo-fence wandering virty servers

VMworld 2014You. Virtual workload. Go sit over there, and stay there

Pedals and wheel in that Google robo-car or it's off the road – Cali DMV

And insists on $5 million insurance per motor against accidents

Forrester says it's time to give up on physical storage arrays

The physical/virtual storage tipping point may just have arrived

Red Hat: ARM servers will come when people crank out chips like AMD's 64-bit Seattle

LinuxCon 2014Standards to lift data center boxes out of device doldrums

Galileo, Galileo! Galileo, Galileo! Galileo fit to go. Magnifico

I'm just a poor boy, nobody loves me. But at least I can find my way with ESA GPS by 2017

FCC not quite sold on Comcast TWC gobble

Won't let things be, sees a little controversy, asks for docs before saying yes sirree

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