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Amazon boss Bezos' Blue Origins declares test flight 'flawless' ... if you overlook one snafu

VideoRocket went up in one piece, came down in pieces

If flash storage achieves FaME, will it live forever?

Introducing your next memory extension

Grooveshark closes, blames 'serious mistake' of not paying for music

Suicide note tells punters to use properly licensed services

CHEATER! Test labs out AV vendor for using rival's engine

'They made me do it!' Qihoo cries

Strange alien-like life zones found beneath Antarctic glacier

Dust off your Lovecraft and your Laundry Files, then detour to Mars

Tesla reveals Powerwall battery packs for homes, Powerpacks for cities

Elon Musk: 'No incremental CO2 is the future we need to have'

Oracle paltry patch opens MySQL man-in-the-middle diddle

It's got a logo and a website: Behold the awesomeness that is BACKRONYM!

Mounties nab Canadian woman, 27, in webcam hack shenanigans bust

Nefarious pervert hacks parlour cameras for heavy petting pwnage

Boeing 787 software bug can shut down planes' generators IN FLIGHT

Have you turned it off and on again? That's the way to stop the plane becoming a brick

Ubuntu to shutter year-old clock unlock bug

Canonical wonk says external hack not even remote

Samsung back on top of smartmobe market

Squashes Apple with success in key mid-market nations where price matters

EU Commish is rather pleased German BND and NSA thought it worth spying on

'It’s good that people are interested in us'

One bit to rule them all? Forget it – old storage types never die

Pups' guide to running with the storage pack

Console yourself: How the PS4 Spring Fever indies stack up

Game TheoryCheap and cheerful games for seasonal shenanigans

Do you have the intellectual bandwidth to attend ISC 2015?

PromoSupercomputers, quantum theory, drinks with The Reg

Inside the guts of Nano Server, Microsoft's tiny new Cloud OS

Build 2015This is definitely not your father's Windows Server

Major London rail station reveals system passwords during TV documentary

UpdatedOne way of ensuring you'll never get delayed again

Pure Storage flashes SAP credentials for HANA platform

But why would you need external storage?

Google Password Alert could be foiled with just 7 lines of JavaScript

Credit where it's due, they plugged the vuln pretty quickly

Age guessing with Microsoft is FUN! Now give us your metadata

Netizens snigger as MS boffins advertise services on the back of data slurp

Wordpress munching contagion turns Linux servers into spam bots

Spam spam spam spam, lovely spam! Wonderful spam!

El Reg merch tentacle mulls retro LOHAN T-shirt

Vulture 2 spaceplane in a comic book stylee – what do you think?

ZuckerBorg assimilates Microsoft boffins into potentially world-threatening FART

Evil existential threat or waste of money? Probably both

Oi, Twitter! Sign this or we won't talk to you, growls EU

BSkyB and TalkTalk also miss Brussels' lobby register deadline

Quid-A-Day Nosh Posse chap in 'desperate' cash shortage

Jacobs family down to $1.52 and leftovers as finishing line approaches

iOS and Android apps on Windows 10: How is this supposed to work?

Build 2015The story for Objective C is great. Android, less so

Docker ascendancy's ignites a flak-in-the-box cloud arms race

Web lessons in bullet-proofing the container class

Not pro-Bono: Russian MP wants Apple to face stiff action for cramming 'gay' U2 into iCrevices

Did he misread 'an album cover' as 'anal bum cover'?

How ICANN pressures 'net engineers to give it behind-the-scenes control of the web

We must have IANA! We must have IANA!

Quantum CPU upstart D-Wave drills into physics simulations to boost vital magnetic shielding

Inside the world of absolute-zero computing

NSA-restraining US law edges closer to reality, leaves just 6.81 billion under mass surveillance

Good news, everyone!

New Windows 10 will STAGGER to its feet, says Microsoft OS veep

Build 2015It's coming in 'waves' – and Windows 7 users are the priority

Microsoft HoloLens or Hollow Lens? El Reg stares down cyber-specs' code

Build 2015Our man spends 90 mins with headwear

Goldman Sachs gives Spotify its mixtape. And by mixtape, we mean a suitcase with $350m in it

Our Friday youth engagement

Tattooed skin befuddles Apple Watch

Don't draw onna paw if you want the awe

OpenStack Kilo arrives with an Ironic twist (no, really)

Bare-metal provisioning leads features of 11th major release

'Just follow the damn Constitution!' FBI, DoJ skewered over demands for crypto backdoors

VidPoliticos: Encryption gives peeps what they want

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