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Assange relishes US banks 'squirming' over 'megaleak'

Accuses America of chucking free speech in rubbish bin

Samsung loads Lovefilm onto BD boxes

Stream at will

Is Angry Birds 2 a Fox film spin-off?

Rovio reveals Rio tie-in

Hansard to pulp paper processes

Parliament's official recorder plans switchover to digital

BlackBerry beats iPhone to top UK smartphone

Rim claims 2010 lead

Facebook system messages subverted by French pranksters

Schoolboy schooled me in schoolboy French...

Poll confirms Reg Hardware readers' verdict

Broadband Award winners gain follow-up gongs

Ten... wireless keyboards

Product Round-upFinger clicking good

In defence of Comic Sans

StobComic Sans Relief? I already gave

Facebook launches location-tracking Places Deals

Targeted advertising is go

Google wants Android developers

Step right up, all of you

Five essential BlackBerry apps for business

Widgets while you work

'Air laser' tech could sniff bombs, probe atmos from afar

Cunning analysis pulse remotely generated from thin air

John Barry dies at 77

RIP the man with the golden musical touch

SourceForge applies global password reset after hack attack

Just a precaution, you understand

Panorama stalks alleged stalker's twin brother

Beeb in mistaken identity fiasco

Official: Android rules OK

Slides past Symbian to take smartphone lead

Alacritech apprehends an NFS anomaly

CommentWildly unbalanced filer I/O

Sony slips out Mac app for Bloggie Touch

Parity with PCs

Chinese 'repurpose' Top Gun footage

Explosive fake news report raises eyebrows

LCD pushbutton sunglasses issued to US Navy SEALs

Hitchhikers style Joo Janta Peril Sensitive jobs next?

Boffins squeeze a mesh onto Android handsets

Mobile phone, or network relay?

Android bites big chunk out of Apple iPad market share

Set to leap ahead in 2011?

Scaled-down EU patent system moves a step closer to approval

12 countries take part in the simplified patent scheme

VMware creates private clouds for newbies

The software is the hard part

Orange blames switch for data problems

Call centres thanked for dealing with angry users 'per the standard process'

EU may re-ignite carbon trading following hack attack

Blowing smoke

Firm offers punter prints pronto

Mini me in 3D

UK.gov taps up DWP's IT boss for all of Whitehall

Joe Harley takes on wider portfolio, 'ICT futures' wonk sought

Indonesian pop star jailed over sex videos

Hard time for homemade hardcore

Intel finds flaw in Sandy Bridge chipset

Cougar Point bites SATA ports

IBM floats Microsoft Office web challenger

Force feeds Google APIs to Redmondware

Dixons offers Angry Birds on the house

Hit game free from own-brand app store

419ers strip lonely heart mum of £80k

Handsome US soldier actually Lad from Lagos

DataCore rewrites SANsymphony score

Better caching and protection

India calls RIM's bluff on email access

But RIM ain't bluffing

Google open sources its Mac deployment engine

Post China hack Apple love

Network attacks (allegedly) ravage London Stock Exchange

Open source trade system breach?

Enterprise fanbois yawn at death of Apple Xserve

Few loved it while alive

D-Link hooks up with new channel partner

Whitegold to service D-Link Oz VARs

Google Docs morphs into once and future 'GDrive'

'Shhh,' says Google. 'Don't tell'

Oracle promises to obey own OpenJDK rules

A community process we can believe in

Mac Tel money in the clouds

Hosted services drive earnings upgrade

Oracle uncloaks 5TB tape

T10000 C stuffs exabyte library

Intel shakes off $1bn chipset flaw

Sandy Bridge ramp repair

Netgear CEO says 'closed' Apple is doomed

Seen it all before, co-founder tells Aussies

VMware Go promoted to Pro

More features, fee for VM control freakery

Judge rebukes 'World's No. 1 Hacker'

Quashes 'extremely troubling' subpoenas

Google exec 'missing' amid Egypt protests

Web giant grants voice to silenced tweeters

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