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The Register (nicknamed El Reg) is a British technology news and opinion website co-founded in 1994 by Mike Magee, John Lettice and Ross Alderson.wikipedia
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Andrew Orlowski

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Andrew Orlowski (born 1966) is a British columnist, investigative journalist and former executive editor of the IT news and opinion website The Register.

Mike Magee (journalist)

Mike Magee
The Register (nicknamed El Reg) is a British technology news and opinion website co-founded in 1994 by Mike Magee, John Lettice and Ross Alderson.
Magee co-founded technology news website The Register in 1994.

The Inquirer

Magee left in 2001 to start competing publications The Inquirer, and later the IT Examiner and TechEye.
The Inquirer is a British technology tabloid website founded by Mike Magee after his departure from The Register (of which he was one of the founding members) in 2001.

Paper Aircraft Released Into Space

In 2010 The Register supported the successful launch of the Paper Aircraft Released Into Space, a project they announced in 2009 that released a paper plane in the extreme upper atmosphere.
The PARIS (Paper Aircraft Released Into Space) project was a privately organised endeavour undertaken by various staff members of the information technology web site The Register to design, build, test, and launch a lightweight aerospace vehicle, constructed mostly of paper and similar structural materials, into the mid-stratosphere and recover it intact.

IT Examiner

Magee left in 2001 to start competing publications The Inquirer, and later the IT Examiner and TechEye.
The publication was established in 2008 by journalist Mike Magee, who had previously established The Register and The Inquirer.

Bastard Operator From Hell

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The Register carries syndicated content including Simon Travaglia's BOFH stories.
The BOFH stories were originally posted in 1992 to Usenet by Travaglia, with some being reprinted in Datamation. They were published weekly from 1995 to 1999 in Network Week. Since 2000 they have been published regularly in The Register (UK).

TechEye

Magee left in 2001 to start competing publications The Inquirer, and later the IT Examiner and TechEye.
The site is the latest technology news sites launched by Mike Magee, who originally co-founded The Register in 1994.

The Guardian

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The Register has written both headlines and stories that have resulted in a flaming war with The Guardian, which the former refers to as The Grauniad.
In June 2014 The Register reported that the information the government sought to suppress by destroying the hard drives related to the location of a "beyond top secret" internet monitoring base in Seeb, Oman, and the close involvement of BT and Cable & Wireless in intercepting internet communications.

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The Register (nicknamed El Reg) is a British technology news and opinion website co-founded in 1994 by Mike Magee, John Lettice and Ross Alderson.

London

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The Register was founded in London as an email newsletter called Chip Connection.

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In 2002, The Register expanded to have a presence in London and San Francisco, creating The Register USA at theregus.com through a joint venture with Tom's Hardware.

Tom's Hardware

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In 2002, The Register expanded to have a presence in London and San Francisco, creating The Register USA at theregus.com through a joint venture with Tom's Hardware.

Paper plane

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In 2010 The Register supported the successful launch of the Paper Aircraft Released Into Space, a project they announced in 2009 that released a paper plane in the extreme upper atmosphere.

Audit Bureau of Circulations (UK)

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In 2011 it was read daily by over 350,000 users according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, rising to 468,000 daily and nearly 9.5 million monthly in 2013.

Computer hardware

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News and articles for computer hardware and consumer electronics is covered by Reg Hardware.

Consumer electronics

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News and articles for computer hardware and consumer electronics is covered by Reg Hardware.

Intel

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Around 3 January 2018, The Register broke news about Google's long-ongoing investigation into Intel's processor design, which revealed that a serious flaw in the design of their chips would require Microsoft, Linux and Apple to update operating systems for computers around the world.

Flaming (Internet)

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The Register has written both headlines and stories that have resulted in a flaming war with The Guardian, which the former refers to as The Grauniad.

Gawker

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Using a style illustrated by Gawker's 2008 coverage of Sun-Sentinel's involvement in a short term stock drop, ("How Robots Destroyed United Airlines") The Register used common-sense headlines and wordings to, The Guardian accused, "seriously misrepresent" and write "the complete opposite" of "Open and shut ... global warming .. unwelcome news to hardcore green activists" in a controversial manner.

Sun-Sentinel

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Using a style illustrated by Gawker's 2008 coverage of Sun-Sentinel's involvement in a short term stock drop, ("How Robots Destroyed United Airlines") The Register used common-sense headlines and wordings to, The Guardian accused, "seriously misrepresent" and write "the complete opposite" of "Open and shut ... global warming .. unwelcome news to hardcore green activists" in a controversial manner.

England

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Stile Project

The Register referred to Stileproject.com as a "shock site" in a 2001 article.