26th > November > 2014 Archive
PC, printers still doing OK – but don't ask about the rest
Death of the PC? Death of the touch screen revolution more like it
Hackers' delight as vendors certify phishing sites
Blu-Ray's pit and peak pattern supercharges solar cells
VideoMagnetospheric Multiscale mission to launch March 2015
CVC down by 12.5 per cent as of February 2015
Just one gTLD and a redirect as ad giant readies to enter domain market
Slow software will be made to 'fess up to FAILS
Was it Moracle? Moogle? Med Hat? Madobe? Macebook? Or maybe Mapple?
El Reg's CIRCUIT, REMEDY and GERONTIC scoop verified in list of 62 popped pipes
Spyware-spotting project scores hit in first week of release
Telco spaffed info on 1,700 staffers, watchdog says
FYI this isn't just going to target Windows, Linux and OS X fans
It's cool! It's fine! It'll be open source, we swear, says chaebol
<0.5 get TRUE/FALSE answer right on Moore's Law
Austrian campaigner baffled by latest turn in privacy battle
Take your license demand and stick it in your ASSIA
Surprising what you can do with a river and 13Mbps over old telly frequencies
Haters gonna hate, says media upstart
We need privacy, but not too much, say US and allies
Worstall on WednesdayUm, NOT BLOODY LIKELY!
Identity system is two years late and doesn't work, says Labour
Save your parents a fortune
Product round-upStylish Googlephones for not-so-deep pockets
There are benefits? Mais oui, says IT support firm
Playboy ploy not beneath APT3
Storage engine made for the cloud – shame it's only for MySQL
ReviewYou fought hard and you saved and earned. But all of it's going to burn...
Get ready for a write-off, say auditors
EE best of a disappointing lot
Bentley found in a hedge gets WW2 lump insertion
Quick, call the Time Cops to sort out this paradox!
UK firm hits £500m sales milestone
PodcastLive from Paris, it's our weekly techcast
Now my lawyers have bailed 'cos I'm 'officially' broke
Regulation set to get tougher
Paid tongue action nipped by adland watchdog
Even their losses are levelling off. You listening, NetApp?
Cuckoo clocks and cheese no match for iThings
And hey - no need to tell the website you've de-listed. That'll make it easier ...
Everyone else in Europe compensates us - why can't you?
Oxford boffins toil away on Q20:20 machine
Aiming to secure stock price stability after recent falls
HP says fiscal '15 will be flat. Fiscal '16? Not prepared to say
Political bodies nowhere near a final decision
Butch plasticky and the Sun-powered kit
Hugs not included
Box-hugger is not a dirty word, Minister. Box-huggers make the cloud WORK
Will detail showroom, charging plans on December 9
Former CEO has political ambitions again, according to Washington DC sources
You don't want everyone to compile app lists from your fondleware? BAD LUCK