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US bandwidth gets new caps

Time Warner's tight fit

Ubuntu shops believe in Ubuntu

But will they pay for it?

Apple rethinks battery bondage

Patents ponder portable power packs

NASA births cliff-hanging yo-yo bot

Gravity's a bitch

High-slider integrity planned for Windows 7 UAC

Microsoft spins on flack attack

Reading punts free mobile info service

The Thames Valley - all in glorious Java

IBM adds dedupe to Tivoli Storage Manager

Gets DB2 database engine too

Pentax K-m entry-level digital SLR

ReviewOne of the best budget DSLRs available?

Acronis on the prowl?

Out to become bigger dog in backup yard

New Zealand bolts net filtering regime into place

Shows Oz - and us - how it's done

BlackBerry bosses settle share option row

Directors banned, sent for reeducation

Of laptop data security

Done the basics - or sleepwalking along a precipice?

Fusion-io: Wozniak gets involved

CommentDrive vendor gains added Apple co-founder cred

MS lines up two critical updates for Patch Tuesday

Security gnomes busy on IE

Xbox 360's NXE patch births RRoD complaints

Microsoft keeping quiet

British troops to wear smart earplugs in Afghan combat

Pop star plugs let through voice, cut off gunfire

El Reg pays tribute to father of Playmobil

Exclusive snaps from Vulture Central's Hans Beck bash

Google finally soups up Gmail search

Inbox gets multiple personality

HP UK pulls Linux from all new netbooks

Microsoft only option - unless you want an old model

Lords say surveillance society erodes foundations of UK

Shift in character of life comes under fire

PlayStation 3 to get 45nm Cell 'mid year'

PS3 diet looming?

BBC seen to yield over website snooping

Auntie discovered in bed with big brother

Hacking the Apple TV

Part 1Getting in

Amazon to make Kindle mobile

Sort of...

Cisco wireless flaws pose DoS risk

Wi-Fi kit found wanting

The Boss bitchslaps Ticketmaster

Condemns selling practice, disses Live Nation merger talks

Spysat-spying spysats on track for launch, says Boeing

Letting the enemy know we know what they know

Commissioner pours scorn on internet freedom law

US Bill stuck in mud, European copycat trundles on

TomTom belts up with Renault

New satnav integrated into new Clio

Sony unveils colourful PSP trio

And this time, they're coming to the UK!

Insolvency levels show upturn in downturn

Lies, damn lies and statistics

Brits 'a bunch of yellow bastards', says irate Yank

FoTWArmed American Stereotype™ speaks out

OLPC designer styles goes-like-stink electric motorbike

'Leccy TechLots of Tesla DNA in there too

Flybe clips IT department's wings

Presumably no lay off fear for crack PR operatives

MoD orders £3m anti-friendly-fire 'Combat ID Server'

404 Error: Blue-on-blue Sky of Death

US sheds 598,000 jobs in January

Take those IT stats with a large pinch of salt

NEC shutters European PC biz

Server making outsource

Apple banishes Macs to old folks home

Power G4s and the age of obsolescence

FBI releases pics of low-level suspects in $9m ATM scam

Payroll card max-out multiplier hack

Intel ships updated Atom chips six months early

The Next Generation Derivative

MySQL chief Mickos quits Sun

Marten follows Monty

Geeks.com settles charges claiming its security was crap

A decade in the stockade

Salesforce.com president and chief strategy officer departs

Mass exec exodus?

Google shoves ebook monopoly onto iPhone

Gibberish today. World domination tomorrow

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