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open Oracle leaves its heart in San Francisco – or it would do if, you know, Oracle had a heart 42
open Careful with that Axe, Eugene: Excessive use of body spray causes school bus evacuation 48
open Oi, Queenslander who downloaded 26.8TB in June alone – we see you 122
By PC Paul
open And then there were two: HMS Prince of Wales joins Royal Navy 207
open Internet jerk with million-plus fans starts 14-year stretch for bizarre dot-com armed robbery 65
open Behuld – zee-a internet ouff tuilet tissuoe at Meecrusufft Sveden. Bork bork bork! 38
open Brian Eno's latest composition: A giant Christmas card with Julian Assange on it 75
open Christmas in tatters for Nottinghamshire tots after mayor tells them Santa's too busy 188
open Irish eyes aren't smiling after govt blows €1m on mega-printer too big for parliament's doors 160
open You live where you live ... and ex-SAP boss Bill McDermott lives in a house like this 27
By jake
open 'Horndog hackers' have a Wales of a time slinging smut from UK gov Twitter account 17
open A short note to say I'm off: Vulture taps claws on Reg keyboard for last time 59
open What a load of bollards! Object of bloke's street furniture romp run over 41
open What a boar! Wild pigs snort and snuffle €20k worth of marching powder stashed in Tuscan forest 67
open I've had it with these motherflipping eggs on this motherflipping train 208
open All bets are Hoff: DXC exec is standing for Brexit Party in UK General Election 70
open Beardy biologist's withering takedown of creationism fetches $564,500 at auction 68
open Blood, snot and fear: Why the travelling lone tech reporter should always knock twice 124
open Socket to the energy bill: 5-bed home with stupid number of power outlets leaves us asking... why? 286
open Antarctic researchers send an SOS to the world: Who wrote this message in a bottle? 41
open That's not long division, Timmy! China school experimented on pupils with mind-reading tech 42
open The Outer Worlds: Ever wished Fallout 4 was more like New Vegas? Here ya go... in spaaace 43
By baud
open Bet you can't guess what I'm wearing, or where I'm wearing it 71
open Aw, bad day at your air-conditioned, somewhat clean desk? Try shifting a 40-tonne fatberg 73
open It's dangerous to go alone! Take Uncle Sam and the Netherlands: Duo join naval task force into China's backyard 44
By jake
open Your kids will be glad a UK government-funded robot will be changing your nappy and not them 54
open The eagle has handed.... scientists a serious text message bill after flying through Iran, Pakistan 96
By Ogi
open No extra bank holiday for 75th VE Day, but the pub will be open longer 43
open We're late and we're unreliable but we won't invalidate your warranty: We're engineers! 159
open Franco-stein's on the move: Spanish dictator turfed out of decadent mountaintop mausoleum 60
By Mike 16
open What simultaneously sucks and doesn't? This new robot vacuum cleaner 40
open I see your blue passport and raise you a green number plate: UK mulls rewards scheme for zero-emission vehicles 90
open Steve Bannon-backed flick attempts to expose evil lurking at heart of Huawei *cough* Huaxing 54
By Rol
open I discovered the world's last video rental kiosk and it would make a great spaceship 155
By Danny 2
open We're going deeper Underground: Vulture clicks claws over London's hidden tracks 75
open Telstra chairman: If those darn kids can earn $5m playing Fortnite, why can't execs? 42
open How do we stop filling the oceans with Lego? By being a BaaS-tard, toy maker suggests 63
open No ghosts but the Holy one as vicar exorcises spooky tour from UK's most haunted village 124
By Gnarfle
open Not a death spiral, I'm trapped in a closed loop of customer experience 227
open £99,999, what's your emergency? Paramedics rush to OAP's aid after shock meter reading 76
open UK ads watchdog bans Burger King Twitter jibe for condoning chucking milkshakes at politicians 84
By Cederic
open BBC said it'll pull radio streams from TuneIn to slurp more of your data but nobody noticed till Amazon put its foot in it 178
open 'Six' in the city: Kiwi sportswear shop telly beamed X-rated flicks for hours over weekend 36
open IT workers: Speaking truth to douchebags since 1977 113
open Now that's integrity: Bloke sinks 7 beers, turns himself in. Cops weren't looking for him 65
open Baby alert! Japan Air lets passengers book seats far away from screaming abdabs 63
open Lucas Pope: Indie games visionary makes pen-pushing feel like an exciting career choice 12
open Multitasking is a myth: It means doing lots of things equally badly 109
open Pro tip: Plug in your Tesla S when clocking off, lest you run out of juice mid hot pursuit 77
By 2Nick3
open Loathed Aussie mining magnate Clive Palmer punts libel sueball at YouTube comedian 38
By Tom 35


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