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Android malware attacks show perils of Google openness

Is there a vetter in the house?

AFP terrifies MPs with ‘net pr0n tales

Plod is really plodding today

Oz bloggers get shield protection

Indies, Greens extend whistleblower law

Google ends Chrome hardware acceleration on 'old drivers'

Slackers lose interwebs 3D

From messiah to pariah: The death of open source on mobile

Open...and Shut$0.99 beats free almost every time

Olympus PEN E-PL2 Micro Four-Thirds camera

ReviewEVIL by design

Sage Pay, down and out yet again

Day 3 in the no-payment house...

China plays follow the phone

An exercise in crowd control monitoring

Intel re-invents its mainstream SSD

X25-M stays as 510 is announced

March Patch Tuesday leaves IE unpatched for Pwn2Own hackers

Enterprise is running with shields down ... Lock phasers on target...

Microsoft's new 'Bing deals' fails to support Windows Phone 7

Android: Check. iOS: Check. WP7: Hang up, caller

Half a million Germans rally in support of 'Baron von Googleberg'

Big Facebook love for plagiarist aristocrat

German railways merge NFC networks

We get Chiltern Railways and barcodes ...

Kentucky man denies drunk driving, blames blow job

Finger lickin' good oral testimony

Sinclair ZX81: 30 years old

All hail the pioneer of UK home computing

British biz roasts Hargreaves' 'Google Review'

CBI weighs in on counterfeiting, IP theft, and freetards

Microsoft tablet OS to see light of day in 'autumn 2012'

Ballmer does the three-toed sloth dance

Olympus touts cameras with dual image processors

Crushproof model too

BOFH: This buck's for you

Episode 2Psst, pass it on

Locked iPhones still got their ears on

It's a feature, not a bug

THQ brings the uDraw GameTablet to Blighty

Hands OnWho said videogames couldn't be art?

Parliament's expenses body spent £2.2m on IT

That'll teach 'em

Virgin says unlimited music downloads 'outdated'

Hang on, it never actually launched ...

iDect iHome Android phone

ReviewThe household handset meets the 21st century

Nexenta: The fastest-growing storage start-up ever?

CeBIT:NetApp is a bully-boy, says new storage kid

Phantom Menace to be released in 3D next Feb

You'll feel like Jar Jar's spittle is hitting your face

Courtney Love coughs up $430k in Twitter rant settlement

Go on, take everything, take everything

Commission clears Hollywood studios after U-turn

Good news for indies

O2 tries to explain its new prudish nature

Bigger boys are doing it too

Samsung admits iPad 2 will be tough to beat

Price a problem in particular

South Korea blitzed by DDoSers

Up to 40 government websites targeted

Microsoft blows Windows Phone update, again

Don't touch that Zune

Turkey bans Google Blogger over pirated football feeds

Blogging site caught offside

Street View Terminator warps into Dublin

Future Google develops time travel algorithm

Credit card squeeze looms for pirate music sites

Unverified by Visa

Sony readies official PS Move support for PCs

Call to cull Kinect development?

NASA's Glory climate-data sat crashes into Pacific on launch

Second case of climate sat atop Taurus booster doing that

Game developer says piracy is not theft

Minecraft man speaks out

Microsoft rallies IE6 death squads

Voyeur site enlists netizens

Patent attack on Google open codec faces 'antitrust probe'

DoJ investigates Apple, Microsoft, and friends

Ex-UK spy boss says WikiLeaks sparked Egyptian revolution

Dearlove gets schooled on radical transparency

HP uncloaks wristwatch 'aggregation point'

UpdatedLeather strapped connectivity. We think

Apple: If you're under 17, you can't use Opera

Idiots must use Safari

Tas magistrate finds legal book of filth illegal on computer

Court convicts careless councillor

Libya's internet goes dark as upheaval spreads

Net communications severed

Red Hat: 'Yes, we undercut Oracle with hidden Linux patches'

But CentOS will live, CTO tells El Reg

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