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AT&T to sell no-contract iPhones

Let the unlocking begin!

Robo-fish to hunt pollution in Spanish seas

ROTMThe Search for Sarah Codder begins

Flaw makes Twitter vulnerable to serious viral attack

UpdatedSon of Samy?

Amazon cloud offers protection from falling meteors

(Virtually) infinite disaster recovery

Microsoft promises IE web-standards love

Mix 09Developers, we're listening. Promise

Privacy campaigner vows legal challenge to Google Street View

You looking at me?

eSATA: A doomed stopgap?

CommentThe kiss of USB 3.0 death

La Cie heads to Switzerland to get into the cloud

Buying Caleido and doing the Wuala

Online opt-outs for care record

Easier concealment for embarrassing ailments

Still more Tasers for plods - but still not in London

He fell down the stairs, guv. Into some power cables

Wally found on Street View

Sod Wally, where's the toilet?

Acer recalls potentially overheating Predators

UpdatedPair of pricey gaming PCs melt

Apple iPhone to get OLED screen, claims mole

Mac maker's unannounced netbook too

Boffin builds DIY solar cell from doughnuts and tea

Improbability drive?

Cops wanted compulsory DNA cards

Government finally releases ID card probe

NYC 'Top Model' stampede: The truth revealed

Exclusive snaps of Manhattan mayhem

Indian call centre credit card 'scam' exposed

Symantec renewal details end up on black market

Sick of that crap office laptop? IBM can help You*

Buy us a computer and we'll let you work on it

TomTom countersues Microsoft

Mi casa es su casa

US reality TV 'star' attacked fiancé with laptop, cat, apples

Slammed his head in the door, too

Wikileaks tells Aus censorship minister to rack off

Muddled Conroy threatens lawyers

Philips 42in Ambilight LED array TV

ReviewThe best 1080p LCD TV yet?

Apple proves: It pays to be late

...And ignore the mobile networks

Ingram Micro scales back in Nordic region

That means job cuts doesn't it?

Prof pooh-poohed in pig-v-whale hippo genealogy brouhaha

Bitchslapping boffins in ugly porker-potamus roughhouse

London to get EV charging post network

'Leccy TechRecharge units to be sited in former filling stations

Romanian police arrest Pentagon hack suspect

'Wolfenstein' cuffed

El Reg spymobile snapper nailed on Street View

The Rickmansworth surveillance feedback loop

PC buyers fail to prove MS deceived in Vista 'Capable' suit

Motion for partial summary judgment denied

Enter if ye dare the Comment Dungeon

The week's shoutpourings put to the rack

Palm bets the farm on WebOS

Has enough pennies for Pre launch, but no more wiggle room

DARPA orders hypersonic Nazi Doodlebug engine

'Continuous Explosion' fireball bomb/jet hybrid wanted

Asus Eee PC 1000HE netbook

ReviewNine-hour battery life? You betcha

Sony-Ericsson warns of handset slump

Sales falling out of bed

O2 starts giving away iPhones

Just place your first-born here

Nokia closes Porn'n'Warez swap site

Farewell then, MOSH

Dell confirms more jobs cuts in EMEA

The Axeman cometh to Bracknell

Xerox sees bleak 2009

Low expectations lowered

Websense mistakes for hack site

IPs of ill repute

SAS schemes $70m biz analytics cloud

Private therapy

Gmail offers 'undo' email option

Stupid POP tricks

National Semiconductor goes green(er)

Acquires photovoltaic start-up

Platform lands OCS cluster deal with HP

Dell, Red Hat already bundling

Microsoft's Silverlight for mobile to muscle iPhone

Mix 09Zoomier, touchier, less Appley

China nabs website staff for erotic audiobooks

Four fingered for fervid fiction

Text-message hoax threatens death by Wal-Mart

Nationwide gang killings unlikely

Kaminsky: MS security assessment tool is a 'game changer'

CanSecWestCrash, bang, analyze

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