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DoJ objects to (revised) Googlebooks pact

Um, you didn't fix our problems

iPhone App Store bars mention of Google Android

You are not rejected. But you can't come in

Dear Adobe: It's time for security rehab

CommentThis is an intervention

CloudLinux promises virtual benefits for high rollers

Red Hat and Ubuntu de-fluffed

NetApp deduping virtual tape in limbo

Updated with NetApp responseWalks away from development

InPhase succumbs to the darkness

Holographic light at end of tunnel was an oncoming train

Defra tenders for sheep tracking database

We know where ewes live

Cambridge Uni to probe games' impact on kids

Reading or gaming - which is better for junior?

Apple bans geo loco ads on iPhone, iPad*

* - may exclude Apple ads

Inside Microsoft's innovation crisis

Ideas not a problem

Apple offers hush money for dodgy iMacs

Happy now?

Bruce Almighty drives Coraid AoE plan after $10m investment

CommentTen-year startup gets VC funding jolt

Air Marshal: RAF may not have to be disbanded

It's 'plausible' that slug-balancers will be kept

Miranda Kerr backs Oz porn-surf banker

Macquarie shows mercy following net campaign

Baker's dozen for bumper February MS Patch Tuesday

Get them while they're hot

Nokia's free Ovi Maps scores a download every second

Finnish firm continues 2010 mojo reclaimation

London Sperm Bank whips out its wedding tackle

NSFW LogoWatchComedy cock-up

Quantum superclock will be accurate past end of life on Earth

Huge can of whup-ass opened on erratic caesium tech

MS hits Office 2010 upgrade program button prematurely

Office 2007 purchasers to get free update from 5 March?

Stats boss slams Tory use of crime figures

There's lies, then there's what you said

El Reg space bureau firms up PARIS kit list

Paper plane project acquires gadgetry

Fujifilm Finepix Real 3D W1

ReviewFirst 3D compact digital camera

Oracle puts the squeeze on Sun channel

Comment'The right call'

Hubble peers closely at Pluto

Pics reveal ice and molasses

Netbook shipments surge

Industry-beating growth in 2009

Intel pours vPro sauce on latest Core chips

Promises sysadmins remote viewing power

Microsoft to end Live support for old-school Xbox

Promises big things for Xbox 360 owners instead

Betting sites balance fraudster nab and customer loss

Tricky job? You bet

Steve Jobs in secret NYT meet

Cat in hat flashed iPad under the table

Four UK politicians charged for dodgy expenses

Three MPs and a Lord

ZeuS tracker shrinks takedowns from days to minutes

Search and destroy

Directgov kids' site apes explosive gay porn brand

UpdatedWhen Buster gonads Worlds collide

Brits take iTablet moniker for 12in iPad rival

Camera? Check. Multi-tasking? Check. Flash? Check

Spooks scour gambling sites in terror finance probe

Money laundering with a poker face

US gov's emptying of vast Texan helium-tank dome 'wrong'

Vital for LHC, rockets, airships - and the entire IT biz

3G networks appeal for power boost

Turning it up to eleven

Sony to revamp movie classics for 3D era

Citizen Kane cubed?

Carly Fiorina unleashes 'demon sheep'

US Senate bid becoming 'increasingly bizarre'

Tweets are free on 3

Gossip, gratis

US economy sheds 20,000 jobs in January

IT-related companies cut staff

Boom foreseen for LED backlight backers

Quote of the WeekChuck out your CCFLs

European Commission pays IDC to take a hard look at HPC

Acorn RISC United

Europe moves to curtail US data snooping rights

Free access to financial data may end

Nokia C6: is the 'C' for Centro?

New Nokia resembles old Palm

Lotus Symphony 3 beta goes OOo

IBM clambers onto Microsoft, Google coattails

Sci-fi and fantasy authors wade into Amazon spat

Blasters and enchanted swords at the ready

BAE cops to arms-deal violation, pays $400m US fine

Also £30m in UK over shady Tanzanian radar deal

Climategate witchhunt fingers scientist

Police quiz tests the faith

Vodafone Twitterer takes aim at some beaver

Tells world he needs something for the weekend

Mozilla overlooked malware-laced Firefox add-ons

Feels like the first time. But it's not

Big Blue demos 100GHz chip

UpdatedOne atom thin

Cisco preps data center interconnect

Switch upgrade for workload shifting

City supe slaps bank for account compromise

$378,000 Ukraine transfer

Microsoft banner ads vanish from Facebook

Search only for social network sugardaddy

Google's Nexus One sales still sluggish

But that's just fine with Mountain View

Canonical scoops Alfresco man for operations

Ubuntu execution

Shuttle Endeavour 'go' for Sunday blastoff

Tranquility and tweets

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