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Europe waves through Qualcomm's NXP slurp

Chip-maker promises to play nice with others to secure deal

Linux 4.15 becomes slowest release since 2011

It needs a ninth release candidate, thanks in part to Meltdown and Spectre

China flaunts quantum key distribution in-SPAAACE by securing videoconference

Satellite carries keys to Graz

Meltdown/Spectre week three: World still knee-deep in something nasty

And years away from safety

Job ad for designer proves its point with MS Paint shocker

It’s the visual equivalent of "10 PRINT 'Developer Wanted'"

Smut site fingered as 'source' of a million US net neutrality comments

ShmooconBad news for the FCC because the site has 55 staff and doesn't hand out email addresses

'The capacitors exploded, showering the lab in flaming confetti'

Who, me?In 'On-Call' techies blame users for messes. In 'Who, me?' it's all your own fault

Dridex redux, with FTP serving the nasties

Venerable malware is back for another round of phishing phun

Take a former NSA head hacker, a Raspberry Pi, weird Kiwi radios and what do you get?

ShmooconLegal – promise! – but completely mad Christmas lights, that's what

Squeezing more out of slippery big tech may even take tax reforms

Figures are growing but still puny compared to profits

PC sales get that post-Brexit vote sinking feeling

Price rises led to fewer shipments but.....

The Reg visits London Met Police's digital and electronics forensics labs

Met lab tour throws up issues around storage, encryption and privacy versus security

HMRC dev support team cc blurtfest: Over 1,400 email addresses blabbed

Developers find out who else is testing HMRC's tools

Crappy Christmas! Dixons Carphone dials back profit expectations

It woz Brexit and 'cautious consumers' wot done it

Tax Google and Facebook for a job subsidy scheme? Sigh

CommentIf you want more public interest journalism, you need a Big Gov IT Project™

UK Army chief: Russia could totally pwn us with cable-cutting and hax0rs

Speech to think tank will warn of Brit weaknesses in key areas

NHS OKs offshoring patient data to cloud providers stateside

It's up to you but the fluffy stuff is awesome, beams guidance

Blockchain rebrand sends Stapleton Capital's shares soaring

Shares only double in value this time

Firms pushing devices at teachers that let kids draw... on a screen? You BETT

Newsflash from Microsoft: Future of learning will be supported by teachers and technology

Nominations open for comp restoration gong, the Tony Sale Award

Cash and trophy up for grabs

Playboy is suing Boing Boing over Imgur centrefold link

Court has been asked to toss out 'mystifying' sueball

US govt shutdown lobs spanner in SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch

Maiden flight faces delay as Congress squabbles over budgets

Facebook grows a conscience, admits it corroded democracy

Mr Zuckerberg, are we the baddies?

'WHAT THE F*CK IS GOING ON?' Linus Torvalds explodes at Intel spinning Spectre fix as a security feature

Patches slammed as 'complete and utter garbage' as Chipzilla U-turns on microcode

Murdoch to Zuckerberg: Cough up cash, nerd

Here comes the great defender of journalism – and he wants Facebook to pay for news

Australian Senate vote-counting-ware contract a complete shambles

Auditor says the right people were elected, probably, despite security and other messes

OK, who had 'Montana' in the net neutrality state pool? Congratulations

UpdatedBig Sky state first to pass mandate to bar throttling

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