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Gamers raid medical server to host Call of Duty

230,000 patient records exposed

Intel: Our server growth never stops

Every quarter is fourth quarter

Man nabbed nude pics from women's email accounts

'Sextortion' run amok

Linux ecosystem spins around Red Hat

Open...and ShutSilly name, serious company

Otellini yawns at Windows on ARM

Chipzilla stays on message

Interview: Jailbroken iPhones a vector rather than a vulnerability

With freedom comes responsibility

Synology USB Station 2

ReviewNeat networker for external drives and printers

Sainsbury's is abandoning tape

Shoden shoes-in Data Domain

What you think about SaaS

Hosted appsReg Readers wax lyrical

OFT restricts use of insurance tool

Credit reference tool could lead to illegal price 'co-ordination'

Renault wants full spy probe

Electric car shock as 3 execs suspended

Mitsubishi commuter e-car goes on sale

G-Whiz killer?

Facebook facing fall-down issues

Down or out?

Engineers want £20bn for rubbish idea

Volvo drivers, taxes and recycling

HP cans EVA clustering

From birth to death in six months

RIM, Moto tablet ship total to hit 2m in Q1

Apple's numbers eagerly awaited

Wikileaks finally chucks Brad Manning spare change

Small beans for alleged source

Chinese crack down on 'money-sucker' Androids

Stealthy stealing from customers to be stamped on

No need for speed, says Oz communications shadow

Blasted for blasting A$43bn broadband plan - is he right?

EU study frowns over data breach notification rules

Cyber-security agency worries

Flashy fists fly as OCZ and DDRdrive row over SSD performance

CTO says rival's specs are 'knowingly disingenuous'

Special Ops satellite-bitchslapping hydrogen strato cruiser flies

Supertrooper 'lectroplane to stay up a week at a time

US government could challenge Google's ITA travel plans

Awaits take off

Samsung EX1 compact camera

ReviewRobust, retro, low light performer

Harder to read = easier to recall

If you want to remember this, poke yourself in the eye before reading

Sharp submits skinny sound solution

Raises the bar

Pioneer plugs ears with powerful headphones

Say what?

Samsung Froyo phone surfaces

Not as small as conclusion-leapers think?

$1,000 reward offered for stolen cancer research laptop

Thieves make off with boffin's work on prostate cancer

Sainsbury's techie jailed for loyalty card scam

He swiped Nectar card points and funnelled theoretical cash to fake accounts

LG dual-core smartphone to hit UK in March

Retailers name the date

California's green-leccy price system will stifle plug-in cars

Only $200/barrel oil can make Chevy Volt worth having

Ace Reg reporter in career suicide shock

'Quick, shred my expenses file!'

Microsoft sends Windows 7 SP1 to OEMs

Start your engines

Games sales slip in 2010

Downturn Abbey

LightSquared faces regulator glare

While investors go dark

Google Apps contracts promise no 'scheduled downtime'

'46 times more alive than Microsoft Exchange'

Watson beats humans in Jeopardy! dry run

'They say it got smart, a new order of intelligence'

No court order against PlayStation hackers for now

No personal jurisdiction

Will Windows on ARM sink Windows Phone 7?

AnalysisPeaceful coexistence v tribal warfare

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