Getting an idea of what it takes to pass Ford's Tier 4 driver certification.
But who are we to hold a grudge...
Who, Me? Monday morning arrives once more for those of you holding the fort while colleagues are on holiday.So why not enjoy this extra special instalment of Who, Me?, El Reg’s weekly confessional column.…
The reported removal of thousands of apps follows criticism by Chinese state media.
New book details snatch for humanity's joystick
Book Review It has been 14 years since Google IPO'd, and nine since Donald Trump burst onto Twitter. It’s five years since both the Snowden NSA disclosures and the birth of Cambridge Analytica. Over this period we’ve had a series of major data breaches, media organisations disrupted out of existence, and the emergence of hacktivists and the alt right.…
The $99 mouse is designed with ergonomics in mind, but it's not a perfect solution for every desk.
Uninvited middlemen may be messing with message
Most people's DNS queries – by which browsers and other software resolve domain names into IP addresses – remain unprotected while flowing over the internet.…
With its swooping, eye-catching lines, Logitech's ergonomic mouse is a pleasure to look at and touch.
Logitech on Monday announced the MX Vertical, the first vertical mouse to come from the popular peripheral maker.
The mouse costs $99.99 and is available to pre-order on Logitech’s website as of Monday. Logitech says it will start shipping the MX Vertical to customers sometime in September.
With the finale just a week away, a lot of secrets could still be revealed in HBO's Southern gothic mystery. Spoiler-free up to Episode 7.
El Reg vulture's take on the upset at this year's Black Hat and DEF CON
Comment The hacking world's summer camp has ended. The last of the Black Hat USA, BSides Las Vegas, and DEF CON attendees and organizers have now left Sin City after a week of lectures, networking, and partying.…
When augmented reality becomes hospital visiting
As the first of her friends to become a mum, Michelle Kennedy didn't have a network of other mothers to share her experiences with.
The government says thousands of firms are now reaping the financial benefit of faster connectivity.
After numerous big screen attempts to make Tom Clancy's hero happen, this TV version is all too familiar.
European Union plans to impose fines over terrorist propaganda.
Speaking to CNN, Dorsey says Twitter didn't take action against Alex Jones until others pointed out bad behavior.
The president accuses social media of "closing down the opinions" of conservatives.
Monitor-IO is a $100 IoT gadget that tells you whether your Internet is working well, poorly, or not at all. The idea is you put this little black box next to (and plugged directly into) your router, and a quick glance at its color-coded screen will let you know if the Internet's working solidly, if it's having some problems, or if everything is just plain out. Monitor-IO even promises to tell users granular details like how long a connection has been up, or sketchy, or out.
All of this begs the question: do you need a gadget for that?
This is how modern CG effects are created.
I've been a musician for the past 20 years, but I've been an electronic musician for a lot less than that. I use Apple's Logic Pro and a variety of software synthesizers to record songs these days, but coming from an electric guitar, I've missed the natural expressiveness that comes from playing a traditional instrument—particularly a stringed one.