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Mozilla: Our browser will not run native code

VelocityFirefox 4 beta due 'within days'

VMware springs into frameworks with imminent acquisitions

Structure 2010Portability and fear of missing out

Red Hat turns the crank of KVM enterprise virt

Tuning up for Cisco's blades

Femto World Summit is all smiles (mostly)

Deployments doubled since November. Yay

3D TVs

Group TestFad - or the future?

Buyer's Guide: 3D TVs

Group TestNice kit - but where's the content?

LG 47LD950

ReviewThe passive approach

Samsung UE40C7000

ReviewGreat telly - that also does 3D

Sony Bravia KDL-HX803

ReviewFuture proof

Panasonic Viera TX-P50VT20B

ReviewBig-screen magic

3D TVs Best Buys

Group TestWhat's best for early adopters?

LG 47LX9900

ReviewGadget packed

Dixons renames itself Dixons

Everyone loves the name right?

Redback spiders provoke BAE lock-down

'Big, tough men were yelling with fear'

Virtual Instruments gets hooks into SANs

From hardware to VMware

US energy-weapon project going well

Raygun only inflicts 2x as much harm on self as on enemy

Scotland Yard cuffs teens for role in cybercrime forum

65,000 stolen credit card numbers recovered

Want to leave work early? Torch a filing cabinet

But read this cautionary Florida tale first

Android phones invade the world

Google activates 160,000 a day

Aus politicians puppeted by hackers

Hearty endorsements of net censorship carpet Christian message board

Production problems push back white iPhone 4 release

Harder to make than expected, says Apple

iPhone 4 Day: pre-orders and pregnancy cut no ice with 02

There can be only one

iPhone 4: Perfect for everyone, except humans

The non-touchy feely iPhone?

Oracle updates free web RAD tool

APEX 4 brings snazzy web apps

Bluetooth: wireless wonder or digital dead end?

Heads or FailsHave your say on how history will judge

Adobe's second AIR defies Jobs' Flash iPhobia

ReviewEvolutionary RIA step for PC, Linux - and Mac

Pillar and Xiotech whip Exchange competition

Complete Microsoft tests handily

Want Olympic tickets? Better get a VisaCard then

No place on the podium for MasterCard

Nokia woos developers with cheaper listing

€50 to you guv, and I'll throw in a signature too

Orange gazes into 2050 Glastoball

Futuristic festival of the future with Wi-Fi in your wellies and that

Crucial intros low cost, low capacity fast SSD

Ultra-quick boot drive, anyone?

Diary of a somebody - life in iPhone 4 land

The story of a sales monkey at a phone shop

iPhone 4 operator contracts compared

Which network has the best deals?

FarmVille moooves onto iPhone

I'm so sorry about that headline

Unix beardies vs. clean shaven DBAs

Join the Great Beard debate

The Reg guide to Linux, part 3

Media playback and the no.1 thing to remember

3 offers best iPhone deal

But no one has any stock

UK arms industry 'same as striking coal miners' - Army head

InterviewWe need Maggie back to deal with them, says general

Future quantum computers could be made of... silicon?

Retro flavour in latest undead moggy-chip trials

.XXX to get ICANN nod

Porno lobby screwed by expected decision

Nokia dumps Symbian on N-series

MeeGo all the way

Watch where you're treading

WorkshopIt could cost you

Horse-headed human trots through Street View

Amazing equihominid hybrid wows internetosphere

Ofcom opens Neutrality debate with 'hands off' warning

We've got enough daft laws already, thanks

Neon to take mainframe complaints to Europe

More legal headaches for IBM

Skype targets 100 million PCs with SkypeKit SDK

CEO unfazed by Google Voice

Twitter reaches settlement with feds over privacy lapses

Password sins absolved

Motorola punts mega huge Droid phone

Are you macho enough?

Yahoo!'s 'interwebs MySQL' crunches four years of Twitter

VelocityAsk the InfoChimp

Survival instinct drives Salesforce's Java embrace

Structure 2010Sweating with VMware

Organofunctional silane Z-6011 gives iPhone 4 bad rap

Spot on, spot off

Google vanishes Android apps from citizen phones

'Kill switch' in action

VeriSign SSL certs open to tampering, competitor warns

Bank of America attacks made easy

Oracle uses Sun as springboard in Q4

More hardware appliances on way

Intel preps x86 Android for summer release

There is no joy in Redmond

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