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20th > May > 2011 Archive

Apple to support reps: Don't confirm Mac infections

Secret memo outed as OS X attacks spike

Stargazers spot dark energy

Still real, we think

Firefox add-on with 7m downloads can invade privacy

Ant Video secretly tracks every website visited

Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma gaming headset

ReviewSpatial delivery

Blighty's first touch-to-pay phone goes on sale today

Orange-led axis wins UK mobe tapcash race

Symantec buys Clearwell tech that makes lawyers poorer

eDiscovery: Will probably turn out to be illegal

Playboy sneaks NAKED LADIES onto iPad

Entire back catalogue in fondleslab format

Sharp: Aquos phone to go global

Well, if your definition of 'global' is limited to Asia...

LinkedIn goes ballistic following IPO

Stockbrokers get stuck in door in rush to buy

Sony's Thai website pwned by phisher scoundrels

Wrong week to be a Sony security type

German salesmen rewarded with meticulously organised orgy

Good work this year, Hans – have a prostitute

Big Brother man: TV viewers will swap privacy for content

Big TentHideous two-way reality-TV/Facebook panopticon foreseen

Ricoh reveals paper-bright colour e-paper

Hue well done?

Mobile operators argue with Ofcom over termination rates

They're too high! No, you fool, they're too low!

Government hires Guardianista as digital chief

'Prize on offer too great to ignore'

Videogames give kids the munchies

Super eatboy

BOFH: Attack of the Global Corporate Overlords

Episode 6Chaos at Mission Central

New Mac fake-defenders similar to Windows scareware

Added feature: Porn, drug sites opened at random

LA Noire

ReviewLooking for clues

Desktop Linux: the final frontier

Strange new worlds

Gov urged to extend rural mobe, broadband coverage

Tory: My primitive string-belted constituents need these things

Science fiction beams up into the British Library

Worlds: Alien, Future, Parallel, Virtual, Perfect and End Of

Remastered 4K, 3D Titanic steams towards cinemas

Difficult - if not impossible - to master it any more

Down and dirty in a monster data centre

CloudEl Reg goes on tour with Rackspace

Using the internet in the People's Republic of China

Our man reports from inside the Great Firewall

Twitter revamps privacy controls, 3rd-party app access

'Just say no' to uncomfortable intrusions

Google gets ready to crush quote-comparison websites

And prepares to hoover up even more of your information

El Reg iPhone app rated a flaccid 12+

Bootnotes bureau protests 'Mild Sexual Content' slur

Nintendo Wii price plummets below £100

RRP cut, retailers slash it further

£1.1bn Royal Navy warship finally armed, sort of

AnalysisHMS Daring's third captain 'very pleased'

Endeavour mission specialists wrap first ISS spacewalk

'Nauts commence sorting out leaky station air-con

IT suppliers fear new GP consortia will 'create difficulties'

HP bigwig: Suppliers need 'continuity of requirements'

Who's nicked Vaz's fondleslab?

Parliament really is awash with thieves

Arrays assaulted by acceleration appliances

BlogWaiting to be lunch

Hollywood to 'retell' Carrie

Brian DePalma's 1976 effort evidently not up to scratch

Google euthanizes newspaper archive scan plan

We will organize the world's information. Except the old newspapers

Apple, Amazon trademark spat turns surreal

'Our app stores aren't app stores'

Explosion in iPad factory kills two, injures more

UpdatedMore pain for Foxconn workers

Google nabs patents from defunct mini-phone maker

Pays $4.9 million for Modu shell

Massachusetts PCs infected by data-hungry worm

How nasty was it? Let us count the ways

Will Red Hat come back to haunt the Open Virtualization Alliance?

Open...and ShutIBM and friends RHEV anti-VMware crusade

Norway's military computers targeted in serious attack

Hack followed Libya bombing

Twitter and unnamed Twitterers sued by anonymous man

'CTB' in bid to muzzle microblog

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