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Swedish factory fined $3,000 for robot attack

ROTMSigurd! Klaatu barada nikto!

String theory and the OS X AppKit

Mac SecretsColorful language

Mitsubishi to release e-car in UK this year

'Leccy TechAmbitious plans for iMiEV

Wacom Intuos4 L

ReviewMagic OLEDs and 2K sensitivity

UK graduates face bleak future as teachers

Gis' a job

Top EMC exec jumps ship for HP

Donatelli fills servers, storage and networking berth

Swine flu spam clogs inboxes

Processed porker porkies proliferate

Computacenter claims Q1 bounce back

Easter timing resurrects figures

No-go woe for doughnut co after Vo-Vo blow

So no-show for Iced Dough-Vo

IWF: Child abuse domains down, reports up

Bigs up a year of achievement, glosses over iffiness

Privacy notices work best in tables, says US gov research

Boxing up the small print works

Storage systems: Reg readers speak

Tech PanelHow come Microsoft is so popular?

T-Mobile flips bird to alternative voicemail

Stubbornly stands alone in billing for forwarded calls

Pig plague and Twitter: The terrifying truth

CommentDisinformation + internet = fear?

Pudsey Bear refused UK passport

Charity fundraiser confined to Blighty

Microsoft releases Vista SP2 to manufacturing

Hyper-V included for Server 2008

Patent granted for OLED biometric Flash drive

The mafia's drive of choice?

Orange hears his master's voice

Handsets find shelf space in HMV

USAF slammed for pranging Predators on manual

'Xbox flyer' sergeants + autopilots do better

HP launches stylish ProBook laptop line

With 'innovative' keyboard

Ubuntu's Koala food hits open-source supermarket

Eucalyptus in a can

SAP won't give outlook but continues jobs cuts

Software sales down by a third in Q1

Police want new remote hard drive search powers

New laws aim to tackle backlogs

Nvidia, Intel up, AMD down as Q1 GPU shipments jump

Machine manufacturers start buying graphics chips again

UMD-less PSP to get E3 games show launch?

Mole mentions handheld with slide-out controls

Justice Dept to take long hard look at Google Book deal

Monopoly and orphan fears

Acer DX900 dual-SIM Windows smartphone

ReviewOne SIM for business, one for pleasure

Microsoft opens up for Office SP2

Faster Outlook, better PDF/ODF support

Man quits job using videogame

The Resignation Game, not coming to the PS3

IT security salaries hold up during economic gloom

Kit spending culled but work still plentiful

Microsoft answers EU antitrust charges

We never done nuffink

ElcomSoft poster provokes PGP apoplexy

InfosecAlso: Pants, fire

Windows 7 might rock up in 2009, says MS veep

'Holiday release accomplishable'

RIAA settles for $7,000 after 4 years pursuing NY mum

Because I'm worth it

Prince of Wales extends Thermageddon deadline

Chances of him becoming king increase fractionally

Jobs bloodbath at Brit, Danish wind turbine factories

Offshore wind offshored

I7500 pictures and video released online

A visual treat of Samsung's first Android phone

Americans will need credit cards for Nokia's door

No operator billing for Ovi

Edison Chen sex snap thief found guilty

Sentencing imminent for computer repair shop worker

Plan to publish court sentences launches in farce

MoJ site sentenced to 404

Star Trek halted by pig plague

Will not boldly go into Mexico on 8 May

Brown finally wins something

E-petition success at last

Trend taps Third Brigade for security and compliance tech

Purchase pushes security firm into intrusion defence

Samsung takes the strain out of filming

Slanty lens camcorders

Emulex' earnings fall as it fights off Broadcom

Q3fy09 results and Broadcom blues

Nokia focuses strategy, again

To the tune of 450 employees

IBM's dynamic infrastructure taking shape

Storage part comes in collection of point releases

Verizon calls for public access to D Block

Public safety should get free spectrum

IBM doubles Power Rewards to chase Sun gear

Big Blue can't discount like in the old days

Hacker behind P2P botnet gets no jail time

Turns to good after spawning Nugache

OpenOfficers pitch Oracle on life after Sun

Microsoft-Office gambit played

NASA micro-satellite eyes space bacteria

Orbiting yeast inspection

US military's cyberwar rules 'ill-formed,' says panel

And 'undeveloped.' And 'highly uncertain'

'iPhone lite' and the business of world domination

CommentWait 'til next year

Cell phones trace family tree to rocket beams

Happy Birthday, ICA man, a blank pad, and some high-vacuum heat

Growth in developer population set back

Pandemic not blamed

SAP extends unpopular support window, caps prices

Concern at Oracle-like transformation

Minnesota calls for 200-site net gambling blockage

Here we go again

Google beefs health record lobby

What ye worry?

EMC sues Donatelli over HP move

To compete or not to compete

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