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T-Mobile US hires someone other than bungling Experian to offer ID theft monitoring to hack victims

TransUnion hunts for crooks

Mold whine: Soylent superfood shipments stopped by spore scare

Version 2.0 for the fun guy too busy to eat

Microsoft gobbles Chipzilla's Havok 3D physics unit in cloud gaming play

Don't worry – it promises to play nice with others

Russia vows to shame big biz that advertises on pirate sites, and save the internet

'Major brands are proud of being white-and-fluffy ...'

Only a CNUT would hold back the waves of the sharing economy

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Put the chainsaw down and step back

Testing CarPlay with Apple’s most expensive ever accessory

Vulture at the WheelOf course Ferrari drivers use iPhones. Isn’t it obvious?

Ten years on: Ronnie Barker, Pismonouncers Unanimous founder, remembered

FeatureOne of Britain's best-loved comedy greats

Google spews out Alphabet. Alphabet gobbles Google

M is for ... monster multinational mothers multinational monsters

Pluto's moon SPLIT OPEN by ancient FROZEN OCEAN

PicsLatest snaps beamed back from New Horizons' craft reveal Charon's violent history

Doctor Who's Under the Lake splits Reg scribes: This Alien homage thing – good or bad?

TV Review'I've not seen tech on Earth like this before'

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