Plaid Cymru has apologised for poking fun at the late Queen Mother and local residents on one of its Web sites.
Have biometric systems developed to the point where theycould be a viable alternative to passwords and PINs?
OK so it took us longer than planned: but at last, another episode of Salmon Days, our pay-per-view-live action comedy streaming epic.
Well, it's official - black is the new black and black is back. Yes, it's a welcome return for the Vulture Central classic black logo t-shirt. And, in response to mass protestations that not all Reg readers are pizza-gorged man-mountains, this item is now available in a lithe medium. Calista Flockhart take note.
Site NewsAs 8,000 or so of you are already aware, Reg Reader Research, our adventure in online polling, has a new name - MetriNets, with its very own web site.
As promised, our sensational new 'Hacker No.1' polo shirt is available for immediate purchase at our Cash'n'Carrion merchandising outlet.
Yahoo! is to close a number of its European auction sites within the next six weeks as part of its plan to make more money.
UK businesses are positively giddy with excitement about future economic growth prospects over the next 12 months.
Microsoft has admitted that its Windows debugging facility is itself subject to a security bug.
More than a third of Hewlett-Packard's and Compaq's authorised channel partners plan to scale down their involvement with the post-merger company.
Tiscali UK is plugging adult entertainment in a bid to help generate some much-needed revenue.
It's official: The Reg is the new slashdot, having brought down Geocities hosted Chatham Girls in a matter of minutes yesterday.
AMD is spinning up the sales story for its bifurcated 64-bit chip brands, the Opteron and the Athlon (as its uniprocessor version is to be called).
The bunnies at Telewest are over the moon with their latest trick to link broadband with the up and coming World Cup.
KaZaA, the Dutch software and products company which founded KaZaA.com, is to shut down because it can't afford to defend copyright infringement charges brought against it by the entertainment industry.
Google has opened its kimono on some new labs work, soliciting feedback for four experimental features.