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5th > October > 2014 Archive

CONSUMERISM IS PAST ITS SELL-BY DATE: Die now, pay later

Crawling from the WreckageThe customer was always right

The elegant, strange and fascinating world of Three Body comes to English readers

Page FileLiu Cixin's wildly popular sci-fi trilogy lands

No, Big Data firm, the UK isn't teeming with UBER-FRISKY GIGOLOS

Worstall @ the WeekendProstitution + official GDP figures = buckets of FAIL

Dear Reg readers. I want Metro tiles to replace ALL ICONS in Windows. Is this a good idea?

CoTWNaturally you were all delighted with this suggestion

JPMorgan CYBER-HEIST: 9 US financial firms snared by 'Russian hackers', says report

'Culprits have loose links to Putin's government': NYT

Fiat 500S: So pleasingly sporty we didn't want to give it back

Vulture at the WheelSmall and economical – but not cheap

Verizon punches RED button on Redbox Instant video-streaming service

US Netflix rival shutting down permanently on 7 Oct

Steve Jobs makes world a better place FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

He provided the CANVAS for artists' masterpieces – Cook

'Cops and public bodies BUNGLE snooping powers by spying on 3,000 law-abiding Brits'

Times claims potential Ripa abuse

Hiss-hiss! GIGANTIC SOLAR FILAMENT snakes around Sun

PicBurning beast is 100 times the size of Earth when unfurled

Report: HP to SPLIT OFF PC, printer biz from enterprise wing

Starship rejig. You let go, Picard. Pack your bags

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