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NSA spying is illegal? Then let's make it law, say Republicans

Mitchell McConnell and pals push to re-authorize mass surveillance

VMware pulls putrid patch for ESXi 5.5

It's rollback time, unless you want your VMs to be cut off from the world

How NVMe tamed the cowboy world of the flash card

Discipline comes to PCIe flash device driving

Uber and car makers jockey for Nokia's 'HERE' maps – report

Who needs Google when you can have your own maps?

$7500 DDoS extortion hitting Aussie, Kiwi enterprises

Pay up or we'll send up to 400Gbps your way

Rodent rescue reckoned as remedy for cursor crisis cruelling BYOD

Citrix's experimental mouse to become official at Synergy conference next week

Cisco plugs remote code execution flaw in UCS Central control freak

No workarounds means you'll patch or die trying

Oracle scoops staff from failed OpenStack startup

The Nebula crew move to Big Red's infrastructure-as-a-service team

Tough admin forces hacker to STRIP to PANTS, LEAP to his DEATH

Strictly no-nonsense justice meted out in MMORPG

Almost EVERY SAP install hackable, researchers say

Even worse when you tinker with it.

Facebook 'fesses up to running an ideological echo chamber

You live in a filter bubble you make, says Zuck Squad research

Docker crocker-blocker aims at stopping Docker shockers

VMware and friends offer cold water laundry list for containers

Drama in the dingly Dell as it embiggens its data centre range

Storage array machinations to have cake and eat it

Why carrier neutrality matters for 'proper hosting'

Set your pipes free, within reason

Cop in gay porn film advised to put his helmet away

More than 60 Met Police workers sacked for other computer, er, cockups

Dot Hill sails along with the glass indicating profit set fair

Steady as she goes, Number One

HORDES OF CLING-ONS menace IT estate as special WinXP support ends

Met Police at least have a plan: NHS doesn't even have a clue

Ericsson to Apple: Cough up for licences or stop selling iPhones, iPads and Watches

You thought the FRAND patent wars were over? Think again

Facebook echo chamber: Or, the British media and the election

CommentDaily Mail readers created the Daily Mail, not the other way round

Traumatised Reg SPB team barely survives movie unwatchablathon

Horrific turkey triad test: Gigli, Pearl Harbor and Battlefield Earth back to back

ALIEN HUNT: Water similar to life-bearing Earth lakes FOUND ON MOON of Saturn

Cassini sniffs habitability in jets squirting from lunar bottom

NetSuite's leap over to Azure cloud - a shot to the pills for AWS?

The Microsoft love that dared to speak its name

Roar of the Dragon: Revenue up by nearly half at Alibaba as it expands into Silicon Valley

Firm names new chief

Theresa May: Right, THIS time we're getting the Snoopers' Charter in

Gordon Brown's vision to be realised at last?

Malfunctioning Russian supply podule EXPLODES above Pacific

ISS 'nauts miss out on grub, also chance to jettison rubbish

Get ready: 'Critical' Adobe Reader patches coming on Tuesday 12 May

Maybe don't open any pdfs until then, eh?

Don't panic as Server 2003 rushes towards end of life

There's still time to act

FTC slaps orders on alleged diet pill spamvertising scam scum

'Com Spammers' turned out to be US-based and within reach

Who's the fat kid on the storage see-saw? We think it's All-Flash

AnalysisBut both of them are eating hard for the win

Going up hills past blokes with coke-bottle legs: The Smart E-bike

Vulture in the SaddleCheating can be so much fun

Dell: Good servers and PCs, but for storage ... oh dear

CommentThe view from Italy on Big Grey's possible avenues ahead

A loud, confusing, exciting jumble of the great and the gregarious

Collision 2015Our round-up review

US government asks internet community how long it should extend IANA contract

Request comes as latest plans put out to public comment

No, really, that 12.9-inch MaxiPad is totally on the way now

Analysts couldn't be wrong this time, could they?

AT&T takes issue with Netflix on DirecTV gobble

We think that plan for a $49bn buy is just fine, thank you

Rogue cybersecurity firm killed cancer testing lab, claims ex-employee

Bollocks, says Tiversa – he's making it up

The next Nest? We talk to Ring, the doorbell-come-security system

CEO Jamie Siminoff welcomes The Reg to his Santa Monica HQ

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