Vids It's no anime – massive droids will face off in '16
Page File From inventive storylines to theoretical thinking
Vid And all that SNES ...
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Burn baby burn, kitchen inferno
Golden Balls doesn't ask about the price. Why would he?
There's a twist in this tail-twisting tale
video 31,000--core HPC sim shows Beta Pictoris b's dust cloud dancing
Thing that won't happen definitely won't happen. Shocking, innit
Pics Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way...
Grand old warhorse finally out to grass – last chance to see
Masques off: Researchers detail five ways to wreck Apple stuff
Refer-a-friend page gets new 'feature'
TNMOC asks for help maintaining its fleet of Beeb Micros
Video Bounce cameras map out dodgy situations
Emacs' self-appointed heir heads out into the world
Man shoots glittery seed indiscriminately on unsuspecting public for charity
Updated Champagne in certain offices tonight
Feature Evolving e-books and the holy grail of colour e-paper
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Don’t get feudal with me, sunshine
Vid SpaceX to supply ISS with rabbit food plus that science kit stuff
Breaking Fad VR goggles can give a great experience, but are they stuck in a niche?
To boldly go where no augmented reality has gone before
Antique Code Show 16-bit showcase game that was just too tough to be fun
Scarlet globe was covered in water 500,000 years ago
ESET spits patch in three days
Google Project Zero bod drops 15 remote code execution holes
Web giant hopes to upset the Apple cart
'Here's your $125k HP, now GO AWAY'.
Not so much 'Luke, I am your father' as LOOK WHERE YOU ARE GOING
Reg lecture Economist emerges triumphant at Reg summer lecture
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Seeking the heart and groin of smart retail
I didn't ask for this verification code, but here, you have it
NIST attempts to create some kind of ironic self-referencing meta-vuln
DDoS hacktivism over Bill C-51, apparently
Keychains raided, sandboxes busted, passwords p0wned, but Apple silent for six months
Dumb API spewed too much information says security chap
The boss of the US government's thoroughly ransacked Office of Personnel Management has – rightly – come in for a rough ride from members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Politicians on both sides of the trenches tore strips off the lamentable state of security in the agency, which was raided by hackers …