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BBC to serve Wimbledon finals in 3D

Tech test

iTunes Match is iPiracy, claims loopy Oz industry troll

It's like money-laundering!

Sony shuts down site to investigate possible hack

Additional 'Sownage' investigated

Get your network ready for World IPv6 Day

Hands OnSurvey the lie of the LAN

Has Steve Jobs killed the consumer hard disk industry?

CommentHDD troika face lengthy opera-style demise

Google offers tunnel through Kazakh border

Slower but better

'Backward' resellers impede cloud progress. Yeah, right

CommentBorked delivery models

Google: We ARE Big Culture

World Copyright SummitWe come in peace. Shoot to kill

Facebook: 'We should've been more clear' on face-scanning tech

Tries to downplay stealth roll-out

Breaking wave 'big as the USA' spied on Sun's surface

Gnarly plasma rip suited to the Silver Surfer himself

RAF Eurofighter Typhoons 'beaten by Pakistani F-16s'

Three-nil, apparently. Brit flyboys 'shocked'

Most gamers are middle-aged adults: FACT

Us lot, basically

Sony hack reveals password security is even worse than feared

Most conformed to very predictable patterns

Whitebox tablet sales surge smacks down iPad

Price-conscious users vote with their feet

iOS 5 system files finger next-gen iPad, iPhone

Fanboys fantasise about new kit in the Fall

Sony reveals next-gen NEX

World's smallest compact system snapper?

May's terror review reveals state of unknowns

al-Qaeda really is in the library

Win8: A beginner's guide to FondleWindows

Tiles for fat fingers, drag 'n' snap, but no meta-widget ambitions...

Nintendo coughs to using Xbox, PS3 footage at Wii U event

E3 presentation shows rival consoles at work

Apple 'spaceship' awaits landing clearance in Cupertino

Jobs warns councillors: 'We wouldn't want anyone to get hurt'

Java update tackles multiple critical flaws

Users should consider disabling browser plugins, says security firm

Hannspree Hannspad 10.1in Android tablet

ReviewFinger flickin' good

'Leccy price hike: Greens to blame as well as energy biz

OpinionWho's paying for your neighbour's solar panels? You are

Hybrid vigour boosts Cloud formation

Head in the cloud, feet on the ground

Top telly tech fails to drive new set sales

Vendors promoting the wrong features, says study

Maximum fine raised to £2m for telcos that don't cough up network data

Ofcom lays down the law

UK gov to bust fraudulent IT suppliers

Scams cost taxpayers £2.4bn in 2011

Everything Everywhere goes all over the High Street

30 new shops, proper phones to play with, etc

Pixmania users report scam-spam bombardment

UpdatedRetailer either hacked or sold us out, say Reg readers

Porridge for Ofcom IT boss in £500k software fraud

Two-and-a-half years up the river for naughty sailor

Explosion at Intel's 'Fab 32' Arizona chip plant

Humans hurt, robo factory keeps on fabbin'

Belkin Pleat Sleeve for Kindle

Txt TakeBag yourself an e-reader

Pirate-bothering ACS:Law lawyer goes bankrupt

Crossley gets the Black Spot

UK watchdog looking into Facebook face-tech row

Matter for national authorities, says Brussels

Dell flashes roadmap, keeps product futures in its pants

Dell Storage ForumOpen event dons cloak of secrecy

Greek police nab Pentagon hacking carding suspect

nsplitter collar-finger

Apple: First cult to lead world in semiconductor spending

The power of positive mind control

Researcher slows PC sales growth prediction

Consumers tighten belts

US bill would make concealing data breaches a crime

Senator Sisyphus tries again

Appro wins 6 petaflops contract from DOE nuke labs

Largest deal in company history

Ex-Google engineer dubs Goofrastructure 'truly obsolete'

MapReduce and BigTable as 'ancient, creaking dinosaurs'

Apple pilfers rips off student's rejected iPhone app

iOS 5 lifts idea, name, even logo

HP threatens Oracle with legal action for jumping Itanic

Back on board! Or else!

US senators draw a bead on Bitcoin

Shock: people buy drugs with currency!

DoC calls for security standards, co-operation

Oh, also bigger markets for American security products…

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