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Kaspersky hacker: Database exposed for days

Security Co. mum on Jedi mind trick

Brother MFC-5890CN inkjet all-in-one A3 printer

ReviewA big printer for big paper

Parcelforce website cold-shoulders Linux lovers

Fanboys advised to pick up phone

Samsung flies flagship phone

Tocco Ultra Super Mega Edition

Woz goes Strictly dancing

US TV greets the iDancer

Why EMC should really rev InVista

CommentPut up, or put down?

Outgoing Seagate CEO: Bill's big bill

Failure has its own rewards

AMD cores up with Phenom II

Three and four core desktop chips

RM walks the line

Expectations remain unchanged

LG officially unveils Arena flagship

With 3D cube interface

Ford partners with British e-van maker to kickstart US EV drive

'Leccy TechAny colour so long as it's white

We need cheap, abundant energy. Here's how

Energise!More R&D, fewer red herrings

Vodafone and 3 merge Oz operations

It really was no miracle. What happened was...

Footy star sues Facebook over fake fascist profile

Del Piero: That's not my moustache

Official Amazon Kindle 2 images leak out

Announcement to follow within hours

Man arrested in Indymedia animal extremism probe

Police act on web comment including judge's details

HTC working on 1GHz smartphone?

Rumours of TG01 rival

Link-spamming spreads to NHS, police

Home Office harbouring hentai - how humiliating!

AMD Phenom II Socket AM3 processor

ReviewThe chip maker's back in the game

Google faces post-Fleetwood Mac comedown

Fail and YouMountain View in rehab

Brits and Yanks struck with embarasment embarrassment

New millenium spelling woes

Data Domain sticks neck out on deduping

CommentDopey notions from speed freaks?

Users: The weakest link in laptop security

Reg Tech PanelIs end user training still an optional luxury?

HP printer hack risk prompts update

Firmware update guards against file snaffling

US spooks want 'stand off' biometrics-harvesting iPhones

Jesus mobe turns to service of darkness

Dow leaves Dell amid UK channel shake-up

Who to woo channel now?

Top Qinetiq raider to retire with vast treasure chest

His parrot will not lack for treats

Valentine Trojan onslaught blights inboxes

Have these people no heart?

Mozilla comes out in support of Brussels IE on Windows findings

No surprise there then

UK.gov to send your holidays to sunny Manchester

e-Borders programme gears up

TotalMusic goes totally titsup

Second attempt fails too

Isle of Man gov gets social

Tempting graduates back home

Grand Theft Auto: ChinaTown Wars goes multiplayer

Drive-by shootings, with a friend

BONDI gives mobile widgets a day in the sun

Alliance counts Opera and LiMO as friends

Sony pumps up the bass

Firm's cans promise all-mighty bass

Next-gen Atom set back to Q4

Timed to fuel Xmas netbook binge?

HD TV beats depression, claims HD TV company

It must be true, then

Intel to tweak desktop 'Nehalem' line-up in Q2

New top end CPUs to join revised Core i7 920

Amazon unveils Kindle 2.0

It's official

Dalai Lama's Twitter account is a fake

Always check your karmic sources

Microsoft to launch Windows mobile apps 'bazaar'

MyPhone beta site unveiled

NetApp lays off staff

Six per cent to go

Intel kills off IDF Taipei

Gives IDF Beijing a haircut

Green semiconductor advice goes beyond the chip

ISSCCCradle-to-cradle thinking

Tough times mean channel love for Novell

Investments and profits promised

Kaiser Permanente breach leads to ID theft

Workers notified after police cuff suspect

Houston justice system laid low by Conficker worm

They have a problem

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