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Alcatel-Lucent touts bit-blazing 100Gbps for Kiwi NBN

Phantastically Phast Phrench Photonics

Phishers dodge fraud protections in Firefox, Chrome

Outmaneuver blacklists

MS embraces/shuns Google's open video codec

Redmond lawyers redefine 'the open web'

Java daddy: 'Aggressively stupid' won't work for Oracle

Gosling says self interest rules

US CIOs: IT hires on the rise

Nowhere close to lawyer hires

Apple iMovie 1.2

iOS App of the WeekShoot happens

Overland gets $15m tide-us-over cash

Is this the last fundraising exercise?

Judge mulls 'wasted costs' as ACS:Law cases close

'Out of norm conduct' could mean payout for anti-piracy lawyers

Police just rubber-stamping US data slurp

Failing to follow the law

Altec Lansing inMotion Air wireless speaker

ReviewDock-free zone

UK cyclists hit by fraud after online purchase at website

UpdatedCaught in the middle of a chain reaction

Asus to take fight to tablets with cheap Google netbook

Chrome-plated?

Visa goes all P2P in US

Pay anyone, anywhere

Texas bank robber asked for ID

Sure, here's my Wells Fargo debit card

Spectrum-guzzling operators will TAKE TV off THE AIR

The scramble for more radio spectrum

Spam levels plummet as Rustock botnet taken down... for now

815,000 zombies with no master...

Child abuse cop slams ICANN

'Accurate Whois is a joke. It just doesn't happen,' says Interpol kid protector

Boffins build copper-crunching laptop cooler

Kettle chips?

Broadband minister asks ISPs to better 'regulate' industry

UK.gov enlists Sir Tim Berners-Lee to make noises about 'open web'

Accolades and anguish at the Baftas

Games get gongs

Dell Inspiron Duo

ReviewFlip your lid

Police, Google and Facebook warned on data protection

Reding details plans for stronger privacy rights

Virgin turns on third Tivo tuner

One box, three pick-ups

Fukushima on Thursday: Prospects starting to look good

'Worst probably over' says Australian prof

Google copyright purge leaves Android developers exposed

Could be forced to hand over source code

New cheap gas, not nature, is nuclear's biggest worry

Nuke CEO says nuclear reactors just aren't economical

Pervasive encryption: Just say yes

CloudNever mind the performance penalty

IBM tunes up Java for z196 mainframes

64-bit and 31-bit JVMs

Intel buys Silicon Hive for SoC smarts

Philips Electronics spinout caught

New York Times tucks skirt behind stilted paywall

Gray Lady asks regular readers to cough up $15 a month

WD outs 6TB monster drive

External HDD gets Raid treatment

Nintendo 3DS smashes advance order record

Unusually high demand, claims Amazon - but won't say how many

Prof debuts miniature laser diode for fast networking

And even faster hair removal

HBGary's nemesis is a '16-year-old schoolgirl'

Tales of mystery and imagination

ChinaNet bestows free Wi-Fi upon lucky Android few

Shanghai phone booths get souped up

Dell brings 2G Core i, swappable covers to Inspiron laptops

A kick up the R series

Apple: Yes, Safari outperforms embedded iOS web viewer

iPhone web API lacks optimizations, Apple tells El Reg

Patent-pimping pair attacks Apple, PayPal, Victoria's Secret

Amazon '1-Click' imbroglio redux

IE9: Downloads beat Angry Birds, lag Firefox and Opera

2.3 million hits in perspective

Download data versus piracy claims: the figures don’t add up

CommentDebunking the content industry's scare campaign

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