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4.2 is the answer to life, the universe and the Internet of Everything

Bluetooth 4.2 will add direct IPv6 connections to sensors 'n' stuff

Docker: Here, take the wheel – now YOU can run your own containers

DockerCon EUNew tool lets you grab your Dockers in the privacy of your own firewall

Microsoft remote code exec killjoys to dump seven fixes next week

IE, Office on the patch list

Analyst calls it: we've got a software-defined networking BUBBLE

Stick to your knitting, network vendors, says Forrester

Internet RFC overseer snubs ICANN and co's web power grab offer

This is going so well

Crack open more champagne, Satya, XP's snowballing to HELL

Netmarketshare says operating system has lost 43 per cent of users in 60 days

VCs say Uber is worth $41bn... but don't worry, we're not in a bubble

Car service valued higher than two years of space exploration

Boffins unearth the ultimate antique art - 500,000 years old

Early Homo was about more than being erect

Norks: We might be aggressive but we didn't hack Sony!

Quiet Mandiant mops blood amid din of spin


'You have to remember that a worm, with very few exceptions, is not a human being'

Use Windows software on Android – Microsoft couldn't be app-ier

Run code anywhere, all the time, just in time for Christmas

VMware warns of vCenter cross-site-scripting bug

Six quick fixes flicked to give vAdmins Friday snits

Oracle bypasses SAS/SATA controllers in flashy new servers

NVM Express said to deliver 32 Gb/sec bandwidth to each SSD

Feast your eyes: 10 'fortysomething' smart TVs

Product round-upSpoiling telly addicts this Christmas

Hairy situation? Blade servers can reach where others can't

You down with OCP? Yeah you know me

Whitehall at war: Govt’s webocrats trash vital digital VAT site

Special Report'Not invented here'

Stupid humans and their expensive data breaches

Non-human cockups only account for 7% of leaks

Orion Space shuttle wannabe preps again for test flight

NASA preps new 'naut-carrier for launch despite rain worries

CIOs: Want to get onto the Board? Just 'running' IT isn't enough

Reg RoundtableStill bitching about 'the business'? Then you've no business being on the board

Overland Storage becomes part of Sphere3D

Two reds will make a black, backers hope

Oi, WHERE'S THE DETAIL on your Google Tax?

Beancounters ponder how headline-grabbing idea will work in reality

HP or Carbonite? Hmmm. HP or Carbonite? Carbonite!

Meg Whitman's chief strategy man scrams to cloudy storage biz

Outsourcery wins a £1.1m project present. Well, it is nearly Christmas

Down-on-its-luck cloudy biz grabs Lync rollout deal with FTSE100 firm

Blast-off! Boat free launch at last. Orion heads for space

Mars hopeful craft safely into its preliminary orbit

'Sign in with LinkedIn' spoof allows baddies to penetrate Slashdot, and more

Public bug reporting works – here's the concrete proof


CommentPlug them in, say goodbye

Gaming's driving ambitions: The Crew and Grand Theft Auto V

Game TheoryFast, furious, FUN... and banned in Australia

Kaspersky: That 2 years we took to warn you about Regin ? We had good reason

Security community: We only saw fragments...

Nothing illegal to see here: Tribunal says TEMPORA spying is OK

Rules mass surveillance is legal, in principle at least

Microsoft forks .NET and WHOMP! Here comes .NET Core app dev stack

Modular platform will be more agile - but devs fret over porting

Oracle refreshes RAM-crammed ZFS array line

OS auto-tunes for Larry's Database

Industry vet rocks up at Phoenix Software

Johnny Ellis takes charge of sales and marketing teams at Microsoft LSP

EU justice ministers: This is not the one-stop-shop you're looking for...

Single regulator for data protection rules gets oversight board

Splashdown! Orion lands safely in the Pacific Ocean

Planned manned Mars mission craft survives maiden voyage

Google? Microsoft? What the heck do they do in cloud?

AWS: None of the 46 cloudy price cuts a response to rivals. Honest!

Angry Birds to angry words: Rovio flings 14% of its staff out the door

Dev studio axed in games biz shakeup

US govt tells ICANN: No accountability, no keys to the internet

We publish the 12 'stress tests' DNS overlord must prove it can handle before it keeps IANA

Taiwan: Top tech giants must stop playing fast and loose with privacy

12 smartphone makers (cough, cough, Apple, Xiaomi, etc) probed by watchdog

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