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Oracle subpoenas Apache in search of Google smoking gun

Trawls for Android Java violations

Red Hat revenues pumped by partners

Getting by with a little help from the channel

Want an untracked Android? Here’s how

Marlinspike firewall manages device connections

Oracle U-turns on Hudson open source control

Hudson can't have Hudson. But Eclipse can

CNET sued for giving kids LimeWire

Downloads equal piracy, says film producer

IE is tough on Flash cookies but ignores homegrown threat

Dear Microsoft: There's a Silverlight log in your eye

Sccope best price finder

iOS App of the WeekConsume with confidence

Facebook fails webmail tests

Nearly as bad as Hushmail

Janet 3G to go live in June

Academics wired up to higher education resources

HP's new EVA: The big reveal

The P6000 could look like ...

iOS 5 said to sport over-the-air update facility

Patches pushed

Fraud charges for 3 former Torex execs

Former chairman, accountant and legal director accused of dodgy dealings

Apple iPad 3 to sport 3D screen a 'dead cert'

Studios gagging for it, insists movie biz mole

Sony flicks to B-side with Walkman refresh

Same bits, different case

Surrey voted tops for tits in birdwatching poll

It's the most wooded county in England after all

X Factor hack exposes personal data of fame-seeking contestants

Tales of security breaches and Cowell's chest-high britches

Bradley Manning now in nicer Army prison

'We'll do what we like', Marines reportedly told doc

Dear Mr Beefy ex-soldier: Your BT needs you

A land fingered by heroes

Rethinking desktop virtualisation

Desktop VirtualisationIt’s not just thick versus thin

Three unlimited data plan gets no tie-in option

Now available on one-month rolling contract

Harman Kardon SB 16 soundbar

ReviewFat sound for thin tellies

Boffins herald end of stiff screens

Your iPhone will be obsolete in five years

Be.ez Le Reporter Air 11 MacBook Air bag

Txt TakeCase in point

Reg reader lost for words over blank HP keyboard

PicsWireless ... and letter-less too

O2 revises PlayStation phone release date

Out early June, if Sony Ericsson splats last few bugs

LastPass resets passwords following possible hack

Precautionary change-up

DARPA, NASA look to spawn STARSHIP enterprise

Self-building interstellar shipbuilder sought

Nokia touted Meego to rivals, but nobody wanted to know

One Linux too many

SOCOM 4

ReviewAnother banger?

Adobe, Apple, Google hit by wage-fixing case

Class action for secret poaching deals

Skype mulls going online with offline Facebook, Google contacts

Report points at chats 'n' that

Let the Cloud Developer Wars begin

Damn right it's better than yours

IBM preps Power7+ server chip rev

Ponders Power8

Cell site data sinks into black hole of local bureaucracy

The perfect solution... for the network operators

Virgin space rocketship trials 'feather' re-entry system

Plummets toward Mojave with tail pointing straight up

Francis Maude outlines Public Data Corporation plans

Policy framework for new open gov data org ready by autumn 2011

Slack bank practice creates opportunity for phone phishing scams

OpinionA question of authentication

EU pay-by-tap accepts operator independence

GSMA not involved this time around

Intel brings protected DVD, BD playback to WiDi

Wirelessly stream content - if you have the right kit

Cisco trims bloat

Engineering turnaround

Domain security comes to .co.uk

Will DNSSEC ever be sexy?

iOS lauded as top moneymaker

iPad, iPhone rake in 'freemium' cash

Google Go boldly goes where no code has gone before

How to build all the Google stuff Google won't talk about

Google joins California Do-Not-Track opposition lobby

Opt-in, opt-out bait and switch

Mozilla refuses US request to ban Firefox add-on

Stiff-arms feds over seized domains

Big Data pumps up Teradata in Q1

The Petabyte Club

Australian Privacy Act feels revamp pressure

Sony breaches may force hand

Google dumps Aussie Wi-Fi data tracking

Wipes StreetView data, takes kit from cars, says 'sorry'

Westpac data centre feels heat

Network melts down

TIO has record complaints quarter

Vodafail strikes again

Court rejects Google call to end 'Android not open' suit

Skyhook gathers evidence on Google 'interference'

Intel PC hegemony facing ARMy attack

ARM set for '13% share by 2015'

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