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Microsoft jolts awake, remembers it still makes Office for Mac

It's only been four years since the last version, after all

Samsung says teaming up with mobe-maker Microsoft could violate antitrust law

...and that's why it doesn't have to cough up that $6.9m

Virgin Galactic vows to continue space program after 'serious anomaly'

New pictures appear to show explosion on SpaceShipTwo

Oh, dear! Scientists uncover Afghan VAMPIRE DEER

Trick or treat; BAMBI'S GOT BITE!

Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game: Glimpses of Turing's life, but that's all ...

Film ReviewA life lived in secret in more ways than one

BOFH: Stop your tiers – when it comes to storage, less is more

Episode 10Hierarchical storage? Why you had only to ask, Boss

Me give you $14 squillion gadziddly-dillion

Something for the Weekend, Sir?It's the Pathetic Shark Phishers

A Game of Storage Thrones: Enterprise IT, meet gripping drama

Season One of our ... well ... just read it and see what you think

Tales of infiltration from Fight Club man Chuck Palahniuk, Peter Carey and Anonymous

Page FileThe first rule of fiction is DO talk about fiction

The Imitation Game: Bringing Alan Turing's classified life to light

InterviewEl Reg talks to the film's writer, director and actors about Britain's unsung hero

Google boss: I want Euro biz to be bigger than search

'I'm a fan of the world's second richest man'

Dub pioneer Rupie Edwards' Ire Feelings – 40 years on

TrackbackFusing culture and tech together with echoing reggae sound

Branson on Virgin Galactic fatal crash: 'Space is hard – but worth it'

Test flight killed one pilot, seriously injured another

Forget eyeballs and radar! Brits tackle GPS jammers with WWII technology

Claim: 'If you don't have eLoran, you're dead in the water'

Spooky ghost light reveals dead galaxies torn apart over 6bn years

PicHubble spots ejected, wandering stars

Pirate Bay co-founder jailed for three years after massive CSC hack attack

Guilty of illegally accessing government servers in Denmark

Curious to know if the UK's Tory-led government is a mega spy? Answer: Yes

RIPA requests for comms data balloon under Coalition

Clara goes to the dark side, with dark secrets revealed in Dark Water

TV ReviewSurprises and Cybermen, but Doctor Who still has a lot to pack into part two

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