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Google promises MORE CHOCOLATE to squish Chrome bugs

Bug bounty embiggened

Dude, you're getting a Dell! Uni of Queensland adds AU$275,000 cluster

HPC for bio, engineering, nanotech

US Attorney Gen latest to roast Apple, Google mobe encryption

Holder claims locked-down handsets will 'thwart' capture of child predators

Xbox hackers snared US ARMY APACHE GUNSHIP ware - Feds

International charges net Americans and an Aussie

Nadella tells India: Microsoft data centres coming YOUR way

Will build three bit barns by 2015

AMD, Oracle sweep their glasses off the table, ARM wrestle Hadoop for the data center

JavaOne64-bit Cortex-A57 takes on elephant in the room

Huawei promises €1.5 BILLION French investment

Cash splash follows prime ministerial love-in

DataDirect Networks stuffs tricky GPFS file system into GS7K box

Easy-to-use, ready to run, raring to go

The Geek Chorus: 'Give MARK ZUCKERBERG all the DATA he wants!'

OpinionRobert Scoble made a Marxist out of me

Researcher details nasty XSS flaw in popular web editor

First denial, then anger, then DDoS, then patching.

One million people have bonked on London public transport

They are doing it underground!

You dirty RAT! Hong Kong protesters infected by iOS, Android spyware

Did China fling remote access Trojan at Occupy Central?

German data commish makes a Hamburger out of Google

Profiling punters? Get permission

Larry Ellison, Oracle's humble CTO, demos cloud migration at OpenWorld

OpenWorldEx-CEO still knows his way around a server

Cable guy, Games of Thrones chap team up to make Reg 'best sci-fi film never made' reject

Spike TV to make Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars Trilogy

Microsoft outspends world's tech firms with '€5m' EU lobby bill

And, if you believe these self-reported stats, Google spends just €1.5m...

A moment of brilliance? UPnP for Internet of Stuff lightbulbs

Breaking FadThus doth tech of future illuminate present, etc

Gridstore bigs up hyper-converged box: Our storage nodes 'know' what Hyper-V needs

Upstart: Rivals 'not operating at both ends of the pipe'

Windows 10: One for the suits, right Microsoft? Or so one THOUGHT

AnalysisRedmond busts jarring desktop to apps break

That PERSONAL DATA you give away for free to Facebook 'n' pals? It's worth at least £140

Study finds tectonic shift in pricing our personal data

DVLA website GOES TITSUP on day paper car tax discs retire

UpdatedWelcome to GOV.UK - digital by de ... FAULT

Speaking in Tech: HP-EMC merger 'redonkulous' says EMC man Chad Sakac

PodcastDo your research before writing about it

Want to see the back of fossil fuels? Calm down, hippies. CAPITALISM has an answer

Worstall on WednesdayMake it cheaper and they will BUY

CIOs: What’s stopping you getting on the board?

Reg EventsOld hands spill the beans at Reg Roundtable

Reddit trousers $50m to splash on ads, mobile and cash-generating staffers

Oh and we'll toss community some 'crypto gold'

Biz coughs up even less for security, despite mega breach losses

Spend more, say beancounters

Wide Open Data: NYC taxi dump catches strip club Johns

Danger of supposed data democracy highlighted

Meet AMD's pole-dancing 64-bit ARM chip: Hierofalcon wants to be in a mast near you

Virtual servers, virtual storage, virtual networks ... will it end?

Apple is GOLDBRICKING IT: BEHOLD the iPad Glister-Slab

New fondler set to come in Midas form, whisper sources

Special iPhone trousers will ease Apple into the fashion world

No more bendy phondleslab problem

Hipster chimps are SLAVES to the latest social trends

Chimp see, chimp do, say simian-studying boffins

EMC quietly wheels out GIANT SPYCAM MOVIE storage box

You gotta have somewhere to keep all your HD driveway footage

Xen sticks pin in bug behind Rackspace GLOBAL CLOUD REBOOT

Anatomy of a nasty

Internet of Things? Hold my beer, I got this: ARM crafts OS to rule them all

ARM TechConNew mbed operating system tries to pave over chip rivalries to lure in IoT startups

Bash bug flung against NAS boxes

SSHit just got real

FCC flashes cash at broadcasters ahead of wireless auction

Sell off your spectrum for huge profits, feds promise

X-Men boffins demo nanomagnets to replace transistors

Moore's Law could be saved by new chip tech

New EU data chief won't scrap Safe Harbor with US sans Plan B

MEPs worried that too many cooks will spoil the data protection broth

Facebook apologizes for binning accounts of drag queens

Promises to take another look at 'real names' policy

Coming to a theater near you: the TETRIS MOVIE

What, did Stan Lee finally run out of characters?

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