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Women reboot gender discrimination lawsuit against Google

Chocolate Factory hit with ex-Googlers' revised pay-gap complaint

Woo-yay, Meltdown CPU fixes are here. Now, Spectre flaws will haunt tech industry for years

AnalysisCountermeasures to protect apps from attack

Nebula spotted with more super-sized bodies than a gym on Jan 2nd

Sorry, we just couldn't resist admits porn age checks could harm small ISPs and encourage risky online behaviour

It’s happening, but here are the problems it could cause

The healing hands of customer support get an acronym: Do YOU have 'tallah-toe-big'?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?My computer's crashed! I've lost everythi… oh, never mind, it's working again

Whizzes' lithium-iron-oxide battery 'octuples' capacity on the cheap

Illinois team says cell tech great for mobes and 'leccy cars

Cisco to release patches for Meltdown, Spectre CPU vulns, just in case

Switchzilla is investigating a whole bunch of products

Some simple New Year's resolutions for vendors – lots of love, suffering IT grunts of world xox

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GIMPS crack whip on plucky processor to find largest prime number

23 million-digit figure revealed after six days of non-stop calculations

Important message for January Register Lecture attendees

EventsDate has changed – beer and snacks policy remains the same

Software is eating the world – and Nutanix's hardware revenues

AnalysisTaking a look at the firm's New Year's hardware spring-cleaning

Wait! Before you fire up that HP lappy, check the battery

New year, new recall – like the one in 2017, 2016, 2013, 20...

Yahooooo! says! its! email! is! scrahoooo-ed!

Services down and out for seven hours and counting

Dell EMC patches 3 zero-days in Data Protection Suite

Could combine to 'fully compromise' virtual appliance, researchers warn

Game of Thrones author's space horror Nightflyers hitting telly

Aliens and sinister AIs from the mind behind the greatest TV show ever? Colour me aroused

How to hack Wi-Fi for fun and imprisonment with crypto-mining inject

Turn cafe punters into unwitting coin crafters

Here come the lawyers! Intel slapped with three Meltdown bug lawsuits

Class-actions start piling up after El Reg blows lid on CPU security cockup

US border cops told to stop copying people's files just for the hell of it

Customs officials will at least need 'reasonable suspicion' to slurp device contents

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