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MIT boffins' code scans your health claims, tunes plans for bosses

Tool tells companies where to spend insurance bucks

Arista cats hiss at Cisco, crack open the cream after bumper sales

Demand for 'programmable cloud' gear amid legal battle with Netzilla

PCI Council says bye-bye to big bang standards upgrades

PCI DSS version 3.2 will land in March or April and be 2016's only update

Subscription music download service closes

They won't be giants, despite being They Might Be Giant's music-as-a-service provider

Citrix prepares app publishing bridge to get carriers onto NFV

100Gbps of network-grooming power advanced as enough for thrusting LTE operators

Dell shows off new rack-scale rigs, another overlap with EMC

Hey, Mike D! How does this sit with VxRack, EVO:SDDC, Vscale and your own G5?

Na na na na na na na na bionic-BATMAN! Boffins build bat-like electro-stimulated drone wings

Current makes polymer change shape POW! See the vid BLAM!

Facebook and Twitter back Apple's privacy stance

Does anyone in the tech industry think the FBI's iPhone crack request is sensible?

We're four years away from digitising England's courts – report

Online court would allow better access to litigants, says expert

Even Google is abandoning Google+

Android gaming service moves to its own ID scheme, but privacy policy looks the same

New NASA theory: Moon radiation drops so HULK RIP MOON LIKE SHIRT

Seriously, this is how NASA is explaining canyons on Pluto's moon Charon

Triple-murderer prisoner keeps mobile phone in his butt for a week

Corrections Minister won't ask guards to don gloves and go where he won't to retrieve it

Helpdesk? I have a software problem. And a GRIZZLY BEAR problem

On-CallWhat's worse: Text editors? Or a colossal carnivore outside the office?

Hey British coders: DevOps – you're doing it wrong

Plus you need new metrics. Chin up, let's get this sorted

Android device manager app vuln leaves millions at risk of pwnage

AirDroid grounded. Get patching, fanbois

SAP buys 'all the pretty data' firm Roambi

Massive data processing deserves a spot of warpaint

Meet the original Big Data, TED Talk, Thought Shower Futurist

Andrew at LargeReg man talks digital economy, creeping existential unease

The paperless office? Don’t talk sheet

Something for the Weekend, Sir?What side are you on, anyway?

StorPool CEO: 'We do not need another storage product'

InterviewVendor lock-in be damned, thunders Boyan Ivanov

Google opens Cloud Vision API beta, world + dog asked to try it

60 cents to run OCR on 1,000 images. Not bad

Bacs corporate website still runs obsolete crypto

Months into campaign to get everyone else to upgrade

Can DevOps be applied to the whole company?

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Microsoft patent filing confirms existence of 3D Jedi gesture phone

May the Force Touch be with you

El Reg blows chow down at

The nauseating alternative to Pilates

Loved one just died? Pah, that's nothing

Imagine the trauma of smartphone 'time-to-content delay'

SAP’s Byzantine licensing leaves its customers feeling exposed

Who exactly can you let into your system?

PrimaryIO first flash cacher with VAIO support

No, not for Sony notebooks. VMware application IO filtering

UK carrier Three in network-wide ad-block shock

Google shield for millions?

Easter Islanders didn't commit 'ecocide' after all, says archaeologist

Whoops. Bang goes that convenient greenie myth

Q: How many guns to arm nine coachloads of terrorists?

A: 463, according to the BBC

Europe's ExoMars mission enjoys orchestral fanfare

Rousing soundtrack for Red Planet jaunt

ADpocalypse NOW: Three raises the stakes

AnalysisOfficial: app developers ensnared in network blocks

Android Xbot trojan poses as banking app, nicks your login creds

A Swiss Army knife for mobile ne'er do wells

X-IO lights a fresh blaze in its iglu, puts it on ISE

Fifty per cent speed booster adds IOPS

US DoJ files motion to compel Apple to obey FBI iPhone crack order

PDFUncle Sam says Cupertino is only thinking about its marketing and PR strategy

Uber is bombarding us with painfully probing subpoenas, cries Lyft

Dial-a-ride upstart says its main rival is using courts to plunder trade secrets

Solution to tech bros' disgust of SF homeless people launched

SatireCLEANR rides the augmented reality gravy train

SpaceShipTwo ready to slip the surly bonds of Earth for Virgin Galactic

UpdatedThe Hawk promises to take flight into space

Alleged Anonymous hacker rescued off Cuba by Disney cruise ship

FBI: It's a small, small world (after all)

Gird your coins: A phishing tsunami is smashing into America

Don't let crooks plunder your paycheck … that's our job, says IRS

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