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Intel trades ownership for popularity on mobile Linux project

Atom drivers wanted

'Freakishly fast' Ruby coming to the Mac

Blowing up the bridge

Microsoft plays coy over iPhone Office

Web 2.0 Expo'Keep watching'

Google admits data center podification

And battery-powered big iron

What if IBM doesn't buy Sun?

OpinionSchwartz and McNealy exit would be on the cards

DARPA wants 'clandestine' 3D building-interior mapping kit

'Active' probes via plumbing, wiring etc

We read WiReD, so you don't have to

It's out. But is it any good?

Apple Mac Pro

ReviewGoes like the proverbial off a shovel

Playmobil Bible faces wrath of lawyers

Company objects to Eve boob job and heat-treated Jesus

AMD, Nvidia introduce new GPUs

GeForce 275 GTX sneaks in ahead of Radeon 4890

Sony unveils 'world's smallest' HD camcorder

Chic design and 1080p shooting capacity

Conficker suspect brought to book in Beavertown?

Evidence of Russian sense of humour found!

Subsidized netbook model could sweep away 20 years of PC history

Attack of the Killer Laptot

YouTube yanks music videos from German site

Meanwhile Billy Bragg takes a swipe at Google

Most undergraduates 'show fear when asked to do maths'

Choose easy joke degrees as a result

PS3 firmware update to add text chat

Backs up downloaded videos too

Palm opens up, and goes back in time

ECMAScript for the new, Codewarrior for the old

EMC extends EmailXtender to SourceOne

Start of general content archiving services platform

The Cloud, Virtualization, and all that

More Webcasting goodness from El Reg

TomTom brings high-end features to low-end models

One and XL models given IQ Routes

What would you pay for 400,000 new green jobs?

This New Green Deal is gonna cost

UK.gov to get power to force ISPs to block child porn

IWF refuseniks under pressure

Aussies backtrack on firewall plans

Conroy racks up another gaffe

Apple cracks down on rogue app stores

iPhone T&Cs switcheroo to smother competition

Swedish web traffic tumbles as IPRED arrives

New anti-piracy law hits net usage

PS3 players prefer gaming to bonking

'Not tonight, Josephine, I'm trying GTA.'

Nokia E75

ReviewThe Finns' first full slide-out alpha keyboard

The security expert's armoury

Episode 5Audio with slides attached

Foreign and Commonwealth Office plans biometrics bonanza

£15m earmarked for embassy security systems

Microsoft focuses on 3D camera company

Make gestures at your XBox

Unauthorised Wolverine claws his way onto interwebs

X-Men movie leaked ahead of 1 May release

Carbon capture would create fizzy underground oceans

North Sea could turn to Perrier, cautions prof

EU gets real in fight against counterfeiters

It's all about drugs and handbags

Fulton imbues protection with power

Makes the case for proximity charging

Jabra reveals 'world's first' dual-mic Bluetooth headset

Noise isolation for call clarity

MSI names UK date, price for 'hybrid' netbook

HDD and SSD on board

Brits build e-car friendly solar parking bay

'Leccy TechIdeal even for the land of rains?

MEPs urge govs: Set up surveillance register

Watchers must be seen to be watched

ClaraNet email falls over

You haven't got mail

Bigger Indigo - shades of AT&T's NCR grab

CommentDeal due Friday?

Intel, GE partner on healthcare gadgetry

The internet will see you now

UK operation patents DVD lockdown

Premium content ransomed without use of special kit

Amazon puts stuffed elephant in sky

Distributed data crunching for the masses

US states may seek Microsoft anti-trust extension

It's Windows Vista wot dunnit

China restricts online video after YouTube police beating

Big Arnie and Willis welcome

Apple seeks to patent movement, vibration and pleasure

Shape-shifting scrolling

Short bursts of The Reg at work increase your productivity

Oz study calls for WILB time

Microsoft's latest open-source release catches a wrinkle

.NET architecture pattern goes wild

RIM profits jump in Q4

Recession, we've heard of it

AT&T mistakes netbook for phone, sells with service plan

Answers the call

Next-gen SQL injection opens server door

1 in 10 sites naked

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