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open UK lockdown easing heralds the return of burgers... and bork 19
open Search for 'things of value' in a bank: Iowa cops allege this bloke broke into one and decided on ... hand sanitiser 44
open First alligators, then dogs, now Basil Fawlty is trying to standardise social distancing measures 63
open The Last of Us Part II: Never mind the Metacritic nonsense, Naughty Dog's ultra-violent odyssey is a must-play* 30
open An irritating itch down the back of your neck? Searing midsummer heat? Of course, it can only be SysAdmin Day 22
By jake
open Elite name on Brit scene sponsors retro video games preservation project at the Centre for Computing History 48
By juice
open Dutch Gateway store was kept udder wraps for centuries until refit dug up computing history 66
By Twanky
open AI assistants work perfectly in the UK – unless you're from Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool, Birmingham, Belfast... 82
open Two large flightless birds walk into a bar... The pub's owner was not emused *ba-dum tsh* 48
open EU orders Airbus A350 operators to install anti-coffee spillage covers in airliner cockpits 54
open What the duck? Bloke keeps getting sent bathtime toys in the post – and Amazon won't say who's responsible 102
open Google search trends used to calculate floating prophylactic prices 19
open Bill Gates debunks 'coronavirus vaccine is my 5G mind control microchip implant' conspiracy theory 207
open Incredible artifact – or vital component after civilization ends? Rare Nazi Enigma M4 box sells for £350,000 65
open From 'Queen of the Skies' to Queen of the Scrapheap: British Airways chops 747 fleet as folk stay at home 68
open See you after the commercial breakdown: Cert expiry error message more entertaining than the usual advert tripe 59
By Mark192
open Motorbike ride-share app CEO taken to pieces in grisly New York dismemberment 18
open The Devil's in the details: Church of Satan forced to clarify that no unholy rituals taking place in SoCal forest 57
By D-Coder
open Pokémon Go players fined for breaking down-under COVID-19 lockdown rules 30
open Google employs people to invent colours – and they think their work improves your wellbeing 65
open Cornish drinkers catch a different kind of buzz as pub installs electric fence at bar 96
By KarMann
open All in all it's just another bork on the wall: For pity's sake, begs signage, climb onto the pub's roof and boot me up 11
open Hungry? Please enjoy this delicious NaN, courtesy of British Gas and Sainsbury's 40
By Dave559
open Cereal Killer Cafe enters hipster heaven, heads online: Coronavirus blamed for shutters being pulled down 37
open Boolean bafflement at British Airways' Executive Club: Sneaky little Avioses - Wicked, Tricksy, False! 23
open Another anti-immigrant rant goes viral in America – and this time it's by a British, er, immigrant tech CEO 125
open We'll pay £400k for a depth charge-proof robot submarine, says UK's Ministry of Defence 23
open Mind the airgap: Why nothing focuses the mind like a bit of tech antiquing 109
By jake
open Things can't go on like this. You need to get fit for the sake of your health. I'm going to write you a prescription for... an e-bike 38
open If there's a lesson to be learned in these torrid times, it's that civilisation is fleeting – but Windows XP is eternal 33
open E-scooter fanboy so hyped for Teesside to host UK's first trial 46
By Glen 1
open Erudite, insightful, self-aware and almost human: Give your local database admin a hug – it's DBA Appreciation Day 10
open Well bork me sideways: A railway ticket machine lies down for a little Windoze 42
By Dave559
open Hey, Boeing. Don't celebrate your first post-grounding 737 Max test flight too hard. You just lost another big contract 84
open Someone must be bricking it: UK govt website for first-time home buyers snapped up for £40,000 after left to expire 43
By Roland6
open Now that's a train delay Upminster with which London travellers shall not put 24
open It's National Cream Tea Day and this time we end the age-old debate once and for all: How do you eat yours? 159
open An unfortunate bit of product placement for Microsoft as Liverpool celebrates winning some silverware 36
open Lockdown team building: Actualise the potentiality of your workforce... through the power of video games 20
open CompSci student bitten by fox after feeding it McNuggets 128
By x 7
open You'd think lockdown would be heaven for us layabouts – but half the UK has actually started 'exercising more' 28
open Fasten your seat belts: Brave Reg hack spends a week eating airline food grounded by coronavirus crash 104
open CSI: Amazon.com coming soon to a screen near you 17
By TeeCee
open When you bork... through a storm: Liverpool do all they can to take advantage of summer transfer, er, Windows 41
open Segway to Heaven: Mega-hyped wonder-scooter that was going to remake city transport to cease production 49
By Puuru
open Windows fails to reach the Finnish line as Helsinki signage pleads for help 41
open What does London's number 65 bus have to hide? OS caught on camera setting fire to '22,000 illegal file(s)!!' 64
open How do you run a military court over Zoom? With 28 bullet points and a ceremonial laptop flunkey, of course! 50
open Hayfever in Haymarket, or has Windows sneezed out a BSOD? 14
By Danny 2
open The bork on the sign goes round and round, round and round, round and round 14

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