Sorry 'strange physics' fans, IceCube finds the Standard Model stands
VideoBoffins finds neutrinos sometimes collide with Earth instead of passing through
23 Nov 07:04
To fix Intel's firmware fiasco, wait for Christmas Eve or 2018
And cross your fingers: 'TBD' is the scheduled date for hundreds of PC fixes
23 Nov 07:02
Devs working to stop Go math error bugging crypto software
Programming language makes some fuzzy big numbers
23 Nov 03:42
Facebook notifications to reveal who saw dodgy Russian election ads
This may explain why you've craved Vlad Putin's borscht recipe since mid-2016
23 Nov 01:16
FCC boss Ajit Pai emits his net neutrality extermination plan
Just in time for Thanksgiving when no one will notice
22 Nov 20:46
Aussie Catholic School forced into hasty cover-up over suggestive Saint
Off-shored statue offered a curious roll
22 Nov 18:35
Apple quietly wheels out 'Voxelnet' driverless car tech paper
We'd ask them what it means, but, uh...
22 Nov 16:58
Permissionless data slurping: Why Google's latest bombshell matters
CommentAre you in control?
22 Nov 16:09
Budget 2017: How to make a downbeat forecast sound better. Say 'tech' a lot?
Trebling comp sci teachers, digi tax evaders clampdown
22 Nov 14:47
Ads watchdog to BT: We say your itsy bitsy, teeny weeny Ts&Cs too small for screeny
Broadband TV spot hid key details in hard-to-read text
22 Nov 14:07
Possible cut to British F-35 order considered before Parliament
MoD claims it's still committed but warns of 'uncertainty'
22 Nov 13:05
Peers told to push for cut-price access to med tech developed with NHS data
But for Pete's sake, don’t recommend another new body
22 Nov 12:36
'Gimme Gimme Gimme' Easter egg in
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man breaks automated tests at 00:30
Wow, I see what you did there *rolls eyes*
22 Nov 11:31
Borat creator offers to cover mankini fines. Is nice!
Sacha Baron Cohen steps in after Czech tourists become butt of joke
22 Nov 11:03
Loake Shoes admits: We've fallen victim to cybercrims
Hold on to your laces, email server was compromised
22 Nov 10:18
Once more unto the breach: El Reg has a go at crisis management
And you can probably guess how that turned out
22 Nov 09:43
'Urgent data corruption issue' destroys filesystems in Linux 4.14
bcacheto speed Linux 4.14? Stop if you want your data to live
22 Nov 08:35
Crypto-jackers enlist Google Tag Manager to smuggle alt-coin miners
Ad giant has malware detection in its script-hosting service... but Coin Hive isn't flagged
22 Nov 08:01
HP Inc – the no-drama one – is actually doing fine with PCs, printers
Personal gear a more reliable moneymaker than servers. Who knew?
22 Nov 07:04
Apple: Sure, we banned VPN iOS apps in China, but, um, er, art!
iGiant didn't want to aid censorship, but $10bn in revenue is $10bn in revenue
22 Nov 06:02
Iranian military hacker fingered for 'Game of p0wns' HBO leak
Dept. of Justice lamely says 'winter is coming' for Behzad Mesri, aka 'Skote Vahshat'
22 Nov 03:58
Microsoft to run VMware on Azure, on bare metal. Repeat. Microsoft to run VMware on Azure.
VMware-certified partners will help as Redmond also starts vSphere-to-Azure migrations
22 Nov 03:03
Wait, did Oracle tip off world to Google's creepy always-on location tracking in Android?
AnalysisWar over Java spills into mobile privacy world
22 Nov 00:55
Uber: Hackers stole 57m passengers, drivers' info. We also bribed the thieves $100k to STFU
And it happened a year ago, hoped you wouldn't find out
22 Nov 00:04
While you're preparing to carve Thanksgiving turkey, the FCC will be slicing into net neutrality
AnalysisPai will lay out plan this week, vote in December
21 Nov 20:46
Digital minister: We're still talking to BT about sorting crap broadband
Matt Hancock blissfully unaware that deal is on brink of collapse
21 Nov 16:58
Arm Inside: Is Apple ready for the next big switch?
The hybrid Arm-Intel Mac draws near
21 Nov 15:32
Level 5 driverless cars by 2021 can be done, say Brit industry folk
Others reckon Chancellor's taking it a bit too far...
21 Nov 14:25