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Xbox modder prosecution dropped like white-hot potato

Judge does his nut in Crippen box-meddle case

Fujitsu shoots low with BX400 baby blade box

And even lower with Micro Server

Oracle asserts non-existent open source trademark

Hudson not Ellison's after all

Google in 'better' copyright protection vow

Music and TV giant kiss-up

Oracle stuffs Mongolian clusters with Sparc T3s

From McNealy's sunset to Ellison's Sunrise

Intel reveals 'the billion dollar lost laptop problem'

Chipzilla's plan to rescue $bns spent on McAfee

Novell muddles through fiscal Q4

Revenues down, profits impenetrable

Ten... dirt-cheap voice phones

Product Round-upMobiles for the money-less

Wikileaks' DNS pulls plug, citing collateral DDoS damage

Plods polish bracelets for Assange on Swedish sex charges

NFC mobe-touchpay trial does end run round handset makers

You won't build a paycard in? We'll slip one in anyway

Robotic High Noon in Colorado

Cops, policebot 'explosively neutralise' sinister toydroid

This year's comedy Xmas No. 1 contender: Silent song 4'33"

Bookies bet on another pop-culture bitchslap for Cowell

Herts cops 'ate the evidence' at scene of crime, court told

Hungry plods scoffed critical pizzas in major case

Three tots up iPad subsidy

Undercuts Orange

UK.gov: One address-location database to rule them all

Mighty GeoPlace to emblobbenate private & public data

Unreleased Lady Gaga songs nabbed in audacious hack

Scoundrels allegedly had NUDE PICS of popstress Ke$ha too

Times bullish: no longer throwing money down web toilet

Pay up, Freetards

Unfeasibly vast amphibian found croaked on video card

VentblockersDead frog locked-roomPC mystery stumps traumatised ITers

Sony sells Playstation-packing TV

Button bash a Bravia

Outsourcing kingpin hands $2bn to Indian education charity

Wipro chief Premji showers gold on his pet foundation

Brits now spend more on debit cards than rustle or jingle money

Ballistic plastic shrinks nation's bulging wallets

Half of phish marks respond to scams within one 'golden hour'

Evilsite smackdown 'irrelevant' after 5+ hrs

Bombshell in platterland: WD tried to buy Seagate

Unwise rebuff leaves tidy ship going glug glug glug?

Mophie Juice Pack Air for iPhone 4

Txt Take

Gran Turismo 5

ReviewGears of awe?

Nyah! Google is the Kevin the Teenager of th'interwebs

CommentTidy our bedroom? Not us

Hefty porridge for £300m VAT ring

Revenue-nobbler bandits lived like kings on gov plunder

Gov pays Greens to lobby it, says report

How you pay for hippies to see you off

BT tests 1Gbit/s broadband

Greedily eyes subsidies

Anti-virus skulduggery - upgrade licence clock shock slammed

AV bigs: 'No we never' 'It's a fit-up' etc

Diary of a Not-spot: One man's heroic struggle for broadband

Hostile neighbours and a vast collection of ladders

American IT hires (some) new workers in November

Just +39k jobs across US, though: Not enough

Firefox: freedom's just another word for 'kerching!'

Open...And ShutMozilla's mission to enrich the web

Supermarket techie in mega loyalty-point blag

Siphoned off Nectar into private honeypots

Brave new Boris-bikers banjaxed by broken boxes

Casual users denied chance at icy skid suicide

Siberian crooks dev'd custom malware in ATM slurp heist scheme

Bent bank insiders braceleted in Arctic busts

Ellison: Sparc T4 due next year

Sparc64-VII+ clock and cache bumps now

WikiLeaks dubs Amazon 'The Cowardly Liar'

Assange claims 'free speech deficit' scalp

Popular sites caught sniffing user browser history

YouPorn nabbed in real-world privacy sting

Researchers bypass Internet Explorer Protected Mode

Just add exploit

Mass mind control artist condemns El Reg to obscurity

Brainwashed from US by 'big fat idiot'

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