14 flaws nixed by crowdsourced code-hunters
Have you tried turning it off and turning it on again? Microsoft won't do much more
Cloudy PVR has denial of service problem, but the fix is in
Chipzilla chiefzilla admits tiny gates are really hard
New Skills India plan calls for nation to export its brains in every field
El Reg talks to IIX's Jay Turner
This one simple attack busts WPA-TKIP in less than an hour
Unauthenticated remote code execution among grizzly vulns.
'You pick the time, place and manner'
Here's your chance to test servers-on-chips at ARM's length
Enterprise services unit on the chopping block
How a nuke blast lid may have beaten Soviets by months
Just say 'no' to rolling your own
62 warrants served worldwide as feds spring their trap
It's got a Sun and a Jupiter. What's not to like?
Licensing agreement says 'receive automatic downloads without additional notice'
Dominance and predatory pricing to be looked at
Tips for the canny SME
Don't stick your cash in the bank or a mattress. Buy a giant telly instead
AnalysisSometimes a token gesture is a good thing
China still a top trend says IDC
Pseudo taxi service sanctioned for its business practice secrecy
Two companies, both alike in dignity, in fair Milan
'Helped improve detection capabilities' while allegedly selling badass trojan toolkit
Game TheoryFinding direction and picking an heir to the late Satoru Iwata
Channel veteran, a man called Tony, grabs UK sales director role
Bloodthirsty rivals cheer at thought of bloody amputation
Browser maker backs search for 'safer and more stable' alternative – like its own
Care about your privacy? Best move to Kenya, matey
Should Auntie be forced to identify what on Earth she is for, and do that?
Snooping commish finds cops ignored law ordering them to get a warrant
No thanks to Clown Commercial Services, though
Results follow increasingly gobby policy demands
Worstall on ThursdayWanna GTFO? Yay, blockchain
'When the curtain falls, the actors should leave the stage' ... or somfink
We'll keep on publishing, say web folk
So who's going to sell – and buy – these things?
New not-Windows-10 update to arrive in September
Selling pilfered personal info to criminal rackets? That's a no-no, Ngo
CommentMicrosoft's IE11 browser push to flip business
Bug hunter went full-disclosure with baked-in encryption key
All clear after close encounter of the Soviet kind
Security concerns shouldn't stifle innovation says research network
HP boosts entry-level MSA arrays with flash
First they took away our batteries, now this
It's always darkest before it goes pitch black
Global DNS overlord takes pathos to new levels