Exec tells us they're knocking 14% off the price by 2020
Lockheed Martin aims to knock 14 per cent off the cost of Britain's F-35B fighter jets over the next couple of years, the firm's director of business development told The Register.…
Ancient DC-8 will try to figure out if biofuel’s a sick burn for contrails. NOT chemtrails, OK?
NASA has started sniffing jet fuel as part of joint experiment with the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt, DLR).…
OneDrive for Business stretches its restoration envelope
Microsoft's OneDrive for Business now offers to recover files deleted a month in the past.…
A high-energy neutrino, a powerful cosmic ray, and a gamma ray walk into a bar... Where you from, asks the bartender
Let us tell you, reply two boffins
A new model has traced the origins of high-energy neutrinos, cosmic rays, and gamma rays to powerful jets billowing around supermassive black holes.…
The most powerful console will now be sold in one of the world's biggest markets, but will it sink or swim?
FB VR devs invite you to flick the screen rate
Video effects designers who work with C++ code have a new unit of time to work with called a "flick."…
The move is aimed at preventing cryptocurrencies being used for crimes such as money laundering
Integral bumps microSD to 512 GB, leaving SanDisk's 400GB offering looking a bit meek
Here's a challenge: do you reckon you can fill half-a-terabyte of memory using only a smartphone?…
"Wallace and Gromit" creator Aardman takes us to the plasticine Pleistocene age with this joyous stop-motion animation.
Sellers sent letters demanding auctions are yanked, conf told
Shmoocon Vendor intimidation, default passwords, official state seals for sale. Yes, we're talking about computer-powered election machines.…
The money will be split between stopping polluted water entering the reef, culling predatory starfish, coral research and monitoring bleaching events.
Regulator tells lawyers told to get off the fence or face unpleasant fall
The Chair of the United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission has again taken aim at cryptocurrency speculators, this time warning companies thinking of adding “Blockchain” to their names that his agency is watching them. Closely.…
A report highlights dramatic shifts in online behavior since the internet went mainstream in 2000.
If an algo ain't ratified by standards groups, it won't be welcome
OpenSSL's maintainers have put the squeeze on insecure ciphers, with a raft of changes to how the project's operations.…
Tariff jacks up price for overseas components
US President Donald Trump has signed an order to place a 30 per cent tariff on the import of parts used to build solar panels.…
Oscar noms may be right around the corner, but Netflix is happy to celebrate its brutally reviewed "Bright" as it reports a surge in subscriber growth.
Startup goes silent, scent of burned cash wafts from offices
Primary Data, the storage startup offering a metadata-driven abstraction layer, appears to have gone TITSUP – a Total Inability To Sell Us Products.…
Netflix hiked prices last year, but it has no plans for another increase soon -- at least not until circumstances start to look... like they do now. Huh?
Several cars were found preserved in Edinburgh's "robot car park", abandoned for 15 years, as it was being demolished.
Code update hijacking vulnerability was snow joke
Blizzard games – played every month by half a billion netizens, apparently – could be hijacked by malicious websites visited by gamers, according to Google's Project Zero team.…