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Your poster guide: A fascinating glimpse into North Korea's 'internet'

PicBasically it looks like a small company network

America's tweaks to weapons trade pact 'will make web less secure'

Tech giants line up to blast proposed changes to Wassenaar Arrangement

Huawei claims 30 per cent growth for H1 2015/16

All segments on the rise

Dumb MongoDB admins spew 600 TERABYTES of unauthenticated data

Flaw identified three years ago comes back to bite NoSQL crowd

When is a market not a market? When it's SDN or NFV, says Gartner

Stop asking for magic quadrants, say squares

A dual-SIM smartphone in your hand beats two in the bush

One in three smartmobes - 514 million or so - will pack two SIMs next year

eBay's new plan: sell the shirt off your back

Tat bazaar returns to acquisition trail with secondhand clothes buy

Much more Moore's Law, as boffins assemble atom-level transistor

We laugh at your puny 10nm process

More mobile misery at Cisco: Intucell set for cuts?

Reports of radio access biz reorganisation

Caringo insists its software is more than a Swarm in a tea cup

What's new in version 7.5

Australia to run first robo-car trials in sleepy Adelaide

+commentTelstra, Bosch and Volvo and South Australia sign up for hands-off driving test

Bureau of Meteorology picks Cray-zy fast 1.6 petaflop supercomputer

$77m rig will speed up weather forecasts, come online in 2016

Reg top tip: Don't have the same name as someone else if you use Facebook's Instagram

Photo biz so sorry after viral storm over confiscated account

Whitehall maps out Blighty's driverless future

DfT hopes £100m of YOUR cash won't be a car crash

Cops baffled by 'canal corpse' that turned out to be COCONUTS

Whiffy floater drove passer-by to ring the fuzz

Black Hat 2015: 32 SCADA, mobile zero-day vulns will drop

Pwn storm brews

The roots go deep: Kill Adobe Flash, kill it everywhere, bod says

Even after deletion you can be p0wned by PowerPoint or whipped by Word

Apple Watch is such a flop it's the world's top-selling wearable

Canalys reckons Cupertino shifted 4.2 million wristjobs in a quarter

Scammers going after iOS as fake crash reports hit UK

Hey fanbois, call this number to fix problems that doesn’t exist

WIPO whistleblowers beg UN for protection as probe into possible corruption starts

Chats in Geneva over DNA claims

Are you a Tory-voting IT contractor? Congrats! Osborne is hiking your taxes

Measures sold as punishing big biz will hit SMEs for six

An EPIC picture of Earth, sunny side up, from one million miles out

DSCOVR gets on the job at L-1 makes total pig's ear of attempt to legalise home CD ripping

Failure to cough up gets new law torn apart in court

IT as a profit centre: Could we? Should we?

You are charged with the following expenses

Oi, supercomputer folk. This is where the brains of the future come from

HPC blogKids mucking about with big iron in search of benchmark glory

Rise of the swimming machines: US sub launches and recovers a drone

Re-usable spypedo sent out from special forces mini-dock

Dancing in the fluffy white stuff ain't helping SAP's bottom line

Basically we bought too much stuff, says firm

SpaceX's blast shock delays world's MOST POWERFUL ROCKET

Falcon Heavy now years past original date

More Apple Car mutterings: Cupertino slurps more autobiz brains

Fruity firm hires motor bloke as Titan rumours gather

Qualcomm gazes at its navel while stroking the surgeon's saw

We don’t comment on rumours, sniffs Snapdragon daddy

VC cash, growing market propels SimpliVity into hyperconverged orbit

CommentServer SAN market worth $1,061m in 2014

Google dumps ISP email support. Virgin Media takes ball, stomps home

Telco tells customers: The big boy didn't wanna play any more

Dead device walking: Apple iPod Touch 6th generation

ReviewPocket stroker gets an A8 chip boost

Kubernetes claque bursts into SPONTANEOUS APPLAUSE for v1.0

Google-inna-box orchestration tool hits general availability

The Register's resident space boffin: All you need to know about the Pluto mission

Meeting a cold dwarf hasn't put off NASA one bit

Driverless cars banished to fake Michigan 'town' until they learn to read

And don't even think of letting them near humans just yet, the uncultured vagabonds

Ashley Madison invites red-faced cheats to bolt stable door for free

See that dust cloud in the distance? That's the hackers' horse, that is

Find someone else to untangle your comms

Streamlining made easy

Adobe names ex Microsoft and Oracle bod as cloudy pipe CTO

The goal is a 'consistent customer experience'

Silicon Valley sides with Samsung in anti-Apple patent war

Fruity firm's litigation is ruining tech innovation, apparently

TITSUP: Apple Music, App Stores, iCloud, iTunes, Radio, iBooks

UpdatedTotal Inability To Sell Usual Pish

Big Blue bafflement: Anyone in IBM Storage know which way is up?

CommentBecause at the moment it's going down, down, down, down, down, down ...

Staff at stumbling server storage supplier QLogic brace for big layoffs

Up to a fifth of workers at risk as business faces downturn

Jeep drivers can be HACKED to DEATH: All you need is the car's IP address

Hackers can connect to brakes, engine over cellular network

Linux Foundation wrangles app container wranglers into new org

Industry bigwigs to collaborate on 'Cloud Native Computing'

Toshiba CEO and execs quit over $1.2bn six-year accounting scandal

Bottom line completely wrong for years, says Japanese giant

Robot surgeons kill 144 patients, hurt 1,391, malfunction 8,061 times

Taking Blue Screen of Death to another level

Dough! Dominos didn't register – and now it's pizz'd off

Fast-food giant demands netizen hands over slice of DNS

Google swears blind it doesn't give SEO advantage to new internet dot-words

AnalysisSo why do people continue not to believe it?

Microsoft has RECORD quarter, in a BAD way - Sad Nad slashes phone biz

But Windows 10 will change everything, right?

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