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Ancient typewriters reborn as USB keyboards

Your vintage Underwood can upgrade your iPad

New York Times bans 'tweet'

'Outside of ornithological contexts,' that is

Internet 1 - England goalkeeper 0

Online amusement at Robert Green howler

Nominet election campaign starts rolling

'Vote for me, I wrote for El Reg!

Synology DiskStation DS410 Nas box

ReviewBox clever

ACTA restricts developing economies, India tells WTO

Secret IP treaty not a sweetie

Wireless mics get national frequency early

Stargazers evicted ahead of schedule

God particles breeding like bosons

Family of Higgs actually five, US research suggests

Apple revamps Mac Mini as skinny HDMI box

Apple TV death knell sounded?

Sarko to walk tall in factory visit

French prez weeds out vertical rivals - again

Apple to sell unlocked iPhone 4

Pre-order pricing announced

Twitter topples over

No one can hear you scream

Deutsche Telekom duo not facing nosey charges

Insufficient evidence of peeking at board members, journos

Samsung shows upcoming Bada, Android smartphones

Wave 2, Galaxy 3

Can the cloud hold off data deluge?

There really is a lot of it about... and it all has to go somewhere

Bullfighter cuffed for lack of cojones

Flees ring to face breach of contract rap

Apple store flakes after iPhone 4 price reveal

Broken links or error pages? The choice is yours

Anobit breaks MLC flash barrier

SLC performance at MLC prices

Murdoch hedges bets with e-reader purchase

One can never have too many platforms

Gov hits brakes on vetting scheme

Buh-bye barring

GCHQ imposes Whitehall iPhone ban

BlackBerry secures monopoly

Physical vs virtual: What's your poison?

Sysadmin BlogPower management and VDI

Hardcore mobile survey for hardcore users

PollThe serious end of the mobile services discussion

Murdoch moves for full control of Sky

What? He didn't already control it?

Microsoft and Oracle lose among open sourcers

Don't mention the cloud

picoChip gulps another $20m

Big money for little cells

Toshiba readies full-keyboard netbook

Award winner reborn

Sony Vaio P netbook

ReviewHighly portable and highly priced

FSA warns firms about social media promotions

Formal ad rules still apply

GCHQ: The uncensored story of Britain's most secret intelligence agency

Book ReviewEavesdroppers uncovered

Sony NEX-5 tips up in UK

Not cheap

Microsoft throws Office 2010 at shoppers

Free online, charged on desktop

Police confirm cybercrime budget cut

Hello, hello, goodbye

How to follow the World Cup from your desk

Internet awash with footy froth, oceans of cash

Public sector IT: Our own pig in lipstick?

Time to roast it. But slowly

US Senator wants Internet seizure rights

Welcome to headline grabbing Groundhog Day

RIM readies next BlackBerry, AT&T airs Aria

iPhone-bothering HTC Android phone out of traps

Is that a Wi-Fi media server in your pocket?

Personal music streaming is getting closer

UK.gov outlines £95m IT savings plan

Closed shop, open standards?

Sun slips nips onto iPad

NSFWTopless babes offering up-front news analysis? There's an app for that...

Lone workers will like being tracked, says Orange

It makes me feel safe when you watch me sleep, Edward

iPhone 4 no longer available to UK buyers?

Who says? Apple

Neon updates zPrime mainframe accelerator

IBM's lawyers combing source code

NEC lops off HYDRAstor heads

UpdateJust the one, dear

Apple's US online store buckles under iPhone 4 preorders

UpdatedFervent fanboi overload

Firefox 4 sneak peek flaunts Google open video codec

Be like Opera

Newsweek: 'Zombies rise from grave, invade US'

Konami cheat code infests ageing news organ

Java father Gosling backs managed runtime gallop

OpenJDK and Linux mods released

Apple Store iPhone app promises buyer's remorse

Jobsian kit impulse buy? There's an app for that

Researchers probe net's most blighted darknet

150 Mbps of sustained garbage

Dell lands custom gaming server deal

OnLive: 'We don't need no stinking consoles'

Critical and unpatched, Windows XP bug is under attack

Red meat for full disclosure critics

Mac OS X cranked to 10.6.4

Security updates, bug fixes, better Braille

Google code hints at Chrome OS Dellbook

Mountain View's unofficial pal

iPhone 4 preorder system exposes private user data

How to log into someone's account without really trying

Clamshell dinner – Jobs and iPad munch netbook sales

Two months, two million iPads sold

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