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Apple iCloud: Same old cage, new height

Open...and ShutYou can access anytime you like but you can never leave

EMC forges secret VMAXe arrray

Little Big Man

Apple bars WinXP users from iCloud

The past has no future on our internet

Is Microsoft's Javascript chief killing his .NET creation?

CommentFrom PC to internet runtime

Judge rules against firm that lost $345k to bank trojan

Victim failed to secure account credentials

Oracle whips out private cloud with blades

No Sparc. Just Intel

HTC Flyer 7in Android tablet

ReviewPalm pilot?

Whitehall fraud pilots save £12m

Just £20,988m to go. This year

Violin scoops $40m, eyes global domination

CommentThey'll all be very sorry at Fusion-io, thinks Basile

Citibank hack lifted 200,000 names, emails, acct numbers

US card holders' personals revealed

Mind the GAP: Alert system saves lives

Case studyAzure to the rescue

Amsterdam internet hub gets ready for 4G mobile VoIP

AMS-IX now offering guaranteed IP links

Psychology graduates remain poor for life, study shows

It's not a science, it's a liberal art

Blu-ray sales to overtake DVD... next year

Packaged media on last legs?

Cloud tuning: getting the network up to speed

Get out of the slow lane

James Sherwood 1983-2011

Much-liked ex-Reg writer passes on

Creators: EU cares about turnips more than copyright

World Copyright SummitBrussels sprouts more ideas

PlayStation Vita priced up for UK punters

Predictably poor exchange rates

Another Groupon ad complaint upheld

Backlash: Eyelash slash trashed

EQu

iOS App of the WeekPump up the volume

Unique imagery of Shuttle docked to ISS released

Vid+PicFirst and last chance to see

Sony restores online VoD shop Qriocity

Normal service resumed?

HP assigns $2bn of finance in CIO cloud investment prod

Let us take care of raising the cash

Dell: 10in Android dual-core tablet for China, not West

So we'll get the quad-core model, yes?

Apple purges drunk-driving apps

Speeding still OK, apparently

Sony Ericsson reveals handsets for TwitBookers

Walkman, Tweet man

Boris-Bike firm penalised by £5m over system hiccups

London rentacycle project not having smooth ride

MP claims NotW sleuths targeted royals, politicians, Blair

Kate Middleton's privacy penetrated, claims paper

Hunted: The Demon's Forge

ReviewTake a bow

Netherlands first European nation to adopt net neutrality

Telcos wail as revenues snatched from paws

British music collects 10 per cent more royalties

Blighty rakes it in from NZ, Jamaica

London Ambulance Service downed by upgrade cockup

999 operators driven back to pen and paper

HTC does the ChaCha with Three and Vodafone

Improved and contracted

BP world energy review: Chinese coal drives up CO2

EU's emissions cuts paltry in comparison

Two new Ofcom board members appointed

There is nothin' like a dame

Cybercrime figures 'as true as sexual-conquest scores'

I've slept with many ladies, and caught lots of viruses

Dell's dedupe story still unfolding

CommentOcarina rocket scientists look to crack the block

IBM to commercialize chip-design cluster tools

You'll be able to provision a cluster 'in minutes'

HP WebOS tablet to ship early July

TouchPad inbound

Nokia CTO replaced by Professor of Karma

It's deja vu, all over again

BioWare blows brains with intro cinematics for Star Wars MMO

Old Republic gets CG makeover

Griffin Window Mount in-car phone holder

Txt TakeHands-free handsets

Cornish cow plucked from jaws of death by Navy chopper

'A Mooooving experience', says rapier-witted chief

Storage DEATHMATCH: Permabit v Isilon

Opinions'Respectfully disagree with everything you say'

World IPv6 Day fails to kill the internet

Publicity stunt over, now the work begins

Apple backs down (a bit) on iOS subscription rules

Thanks to Android. And the Financial Times

Microsoft loses Supreme patent fight over Word

Have-it-both-ways defense fails

A peek inside Apple's iCloud data center

Teradata gear, maybe HP and NetApp

Intel invests in 'personal robot' future

Today, healthcare. Tomorrow, perambulating laptops

Feds seize $15m from scareware monger's Swiss account

Fugitive accused of bilking millions

Peeping Tom Mac spyware suspect cuffed

Sleazy does it

Australian banks start replacing RSA tokens

Singing from the same song-sheet

Google borgs display ad optimizer for $400m

Bring on the regulators

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