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SPOOKY new Pluto snaps will make the HAIR RISE on the back of your neck

PicsYou want lonely? You want remote? Here it is

Another week, another vSphere update

This time version 5.5 gets its third major update

We are the Knights who code Ni!

Chap releases Python and Smalltalk-inspired language, complete with shrubbery

Apple VICTORY: Old Samsung phones not sold any more can't be sold any more

End of case scheduled shortly after heat death of universe

Microsoft has developed its own Linux. Repeat. Microsoft has developed its own Linux

Redmond reveals Azure Cloud Switch, its in-house software-defined networking OS

Cloud casts deep shadows over disk backup market

EMC first, daylight second, but sales dipping sharply and Microsoft in the wings

Australia's biggest IT project failure/blowout may have started today

Procurement commences for billion-buck Welfare Payment Infrastructure Transformation

El Reg unfurls awe-inspiring Integrated Space Plan megagraphic

That's one small step for a man, but we need one giant wall to hang it on

Scotsman cools PC with IRN-BRU, dubs it the 'Aye Mac'

PC bathes its bits in Scotland's other famous drink

BBC Micro:bit delayed by power supply SNAFU

Christmas is RUINED for ONE MILLION KIDS promised a free (rubbish) computer

Thousands cut off from email after EE bungles domain renewal


'Intrusion' at makes for red faces at Red Hat

Signed downloads perused by parties unknown, who haven't done anything evil … yet

Microsoft to splurge $75m on computer training for kids

Computer science as important as algebra, chemistry or physics, says MS president mobile not-spot coverage project set to be completed in the year 2155AD

ExclusiveEveryone reading this will be DEAD

Brimming with VM goodness: Qnap TS-453mini 4-bay NAS

ReviewDiminutive do-it-all Celeron storehouse

Screenshot malware targeted innocent online poker players

All in with Odlanor

Man the lifeboats! Datos IO develops tech to recover next-gen DBMS

Recovery tools for MySQL, MongoDB, Cassandra and others

Flawless Dutch does for cuffed duo in CoinVault ransomware probe

Schteve McClaren not thought to be involved in investigation

EU spaffs €131m on making gov digi services 'talk' to each other

Is that the whiff of personal data flying through the electronic ether?

Nimble flashes the all-flash array as ‘intense’ consolidation period approaches

CommentHey, Tegile and Tintri. Are you ready for this?

Wall Street turns off music at Adobe results after-party

'Forget this quarter's celebrations, you'll miss OUR estimates for the next'

BOFH: Press 1. Press 2. Press whatever you damn well LIKE

Episode 14On the helldesk, nobody can hear you scream

Quadsys: Fraud charges are still pending

'Charges against us were dropped'. Yep, but not the new one

SONY HACK WAS WAR says FBI, and 'we're still struggling to hire talent'

CloudsecCybercrims may be safe at home, but Feds dare them to go on holiday

Google shouldn’t worry while EU commissars fight over policing tech giants

CommentThat's another fine turf war you've got me into

D-round VC ReRAM cash comes crashing down on Crossbar

Close, so close to getting its ReRAM afloat before Intel and Micron barge in

Bookworms' Weston mecca: The Oxford institution with a Swindon secret

Geek's Guide to BritainThe 400-year-old Uni library with a big-box backer

Comparex: Just two buyers left in sales negotiations

Owner Raiffeisen Bank offloading after upheaval for interests in Ukraine, Russia

Hate noisy jets above you? What if they were charging your phone?

Boeing boffin suggests harnessing noise pollution for power

Ad-blocking super-weapon axed by maker for being TOO effective

'Just doesn't feel good', developer says as he kills top paid iOS app download

D-Link spilled its private key onto the web – letting malware dress up as Windows apps

UpdatedFriday firmware facepalm

JetBrains refuses to U-turn on subscriptions (but sweetens the deal)

Annual dev tools subscribers get a perpetual license, will have to roll back to use it

Apple iPhones, iPads BRICKED by iOS 9's 'slide-to-upgrade' bug

Fanbois flustered, furious; faulty firmware fingered

Internet Doomsday scenario: How the web could suddenly fall apart

AnalysisSmall tweak needed to global network's foundation

Look out, world! Apple is about to launch .apple

Registration of 29 odd dotcoms flags move

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