Testing was inadequate, staff training worse, averaging incomes was known to be risky but used anyway
Cupertino's so keen on Android it took eight months to repair interception bug
'Castellans' memorise manuals, 'Tinkers' can't stop hacking hardware. Keep 'Algorithmicists' out of a corner office
9,448 of world's most popular airliner have flown since April 9th, 1967. 4,500 more are on order. 168 were written off
270,000 customers advised not to worry but also to watch out for odd transactions and ponder password refresh
So why can it read scripts sent by SMS anyhow?
Standards help, too, as we fight to ensure the cost of sharing doesn't outweigh the benefits
Compares Mir chat to 'irrational' gun control or climate change debates, so F-that-S
CommentJust show me the money!
ProfileFrom EMC to IBM, XIV to Diligent, the Symmetrix inventor is still going hard at 68
AnalysisHow premium, you ask?
Risen from the ashes?
Collective legal action rears its head in Horizon IT scandal
I can see me mam's house from up here
And now we are all part of this sickening cycle too
Daaaamn, these exploits are old-school
Consultancy expects to take on 3,000 of 6,500 employees
10x boost in processing performance apparently
Climbs up Dot Hill to roll low-cost AFAs down into the market
Listen El Reg, our WW Spending Forecast is based on 'proven methodologies... not guesswork. OK?'
Four more days of industrial action pencilled in
City engineers stop attack by… yes, turning it off then on again
Kubernetes championing continues with gobble of orchestration specialist
Not happy about online security being equated with restricting access to law enforcement
'Systemic compensation disparities against women across the entire workforce'
NATO cybersecurity bods warn about transition to new protocol
With Australians flocking to fast broadband, the digital divide's going to keep widening