Hapless users say they were redirected to phishing sites
Now accepting preorders for Power Cover keyboard add-on
Virtzilla looks to have found a way to get around Microsoft's weird VDI licenses
Thou shalt NOT charge for freeware, thunders Moz
+Analysis Germans, you do the engineering. We'll design the websites...
Hardware and chip research stay, servers and storage 'shift' to Linux and pastures new
VMware has announced a Recertification Policy for holders of the VMware Certified Professional (VCP) qualification, who will henceforth have to re-qualify every two years.
Blocks and Files An analyst at 451 Research has suggested EMC set its Information Intelligence Group and its Documentum software free by spinning them off or selling them.
Tribune BS becomes Tribune SI after pre-pack deal
Supply to remain in constraint until summer, customers warned
Microsoft plans to push out five bulletins - two of which cover critical flaws - as part of the March edition of Patch Tuesday.
Comment Not too long ago, selling middleware and tools to software developers was a big business.
Sales singed at UK's oldest distie, profits toast
EU tries another eye-rollingly naff campaign to get women into ICT jobs
Old management exodus effect hits; can new CEO fix the firm?
Patent signed off in December revealed day before VMware debuts VSAN
Price tags revealed with some Google-fu ahead of next week's reveal
Go on, stroke his hair - he's YOURS now
Vandebussche answers call to shore-up biz practises post number probe
Remembering a personal computing pioneer
Email addresses bared to world+dog by gaffe-prone ISP
2013 financials: Sales down, losses widen
Moz tells Reg: We're looking into this
10 years of Facebook Better duck, Amazon... Hardware drone incoming
New 'omni-channel' strategy includes (shock) Windows 8 tabs
Everyone wants battery-friendly chips or beefy server silicon, says IDC
Reports have emerged of new senior appointments at Microsoft, events that are being interpreted as new CEO Satya Nadella putting his stamp on the organisation.
Mere weeks after pulling the pin on its Crossloop remote access service, AVG has let users of its LiveKive cloud storage service know that it is destined for the Knacker's yard too.
RSA 2014 The low levels of security in healthcare IT systems, and the high value of its data, is going to make the sector the next big target for scammers, according to the Microsoft-backed team that takes down botnets.
IT departments fear that the cloud will lessen their relevance in an organisation, while perceived complexities of selling the fluffy services from vendors has deterred some tech suppliers.
After lying in a deathlike slumber for years, the developer market is twitching
A numbers geek's guide to translating financial statements
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I hate to say I told you so, but...
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- Dell charges £16 TO INSTALL FIREFOX on PCs – Mozilla is miffed
- Women! You too can be 'cool' and 'fun' if you work in tech!
- Fee fie Firefox: Mozilla's lawyers probe Dell over browser install charge
- Vid Steve Ballmer: Thanks to me, Microsoft screwed up a decade in phones
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Partners and tackling that PC myth...
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