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After hack nightmare, Sony bars lawsuits with new TOS

Class actions verboten

RIM profits nearly sliced in half

Blackberry maker circles the drain

How gizmo maker's hack outflanked copyright trolls

Chumby NeTV: A triumph for mankind

Google shamed by Apple in race to HTML5

Open...and ShutNow that's embarrassing

Windows 8: Half million previews downloaded in 24 hours

Ballmer chuffed with Windows for Fondleslabs

Sixty-seven WIMPs spotted in the wild, maybe

Dark matter has slim evidence, cautious optimism

Dell XPS 15z 15.6in Core i5 notebook

ReviewHow to clone a MacBook...

ICO slates local authorities on data protection compliance

Graham: You've been 'very bad'. Bend over

Newzbin2 pirates prepare to sink BT web block

App weighs anchor to scuttle censoring landlubbers

Privacy watchdog publishes e-privacy laws compliance guidance

No help for biz on getting users to accept their nasty cookies

App lets NFC BlackBerrys open electronic locks

Now you can lose phone, wallet and keys in one go

PayPal's 'delightful' intrusion into meatspace: You wish

CommentIt's not like this stuff hasn't been tried

Microsoft merges Windows 8 with Xbox Live

Mental multiplayer

BOFH: I'll get my bonus even if it kills, well, someone

Episode 13Goals, reviews ... unexpected tragedies

Scosche BoomCan mini travel speaker

Accessory of the WeekTubular belle?

LOHAN deluged with Reg readers' interjections in REHAB

Revised hypobaric chamber plan for your delectation

Judge gives Google more time for digital library talks

Web giant's plan to make orphans work for it delayed

Blue Screen of Death gets makeover for Windows 8

Please turn me off then on again :(

Schoolkids learn coding at GCSE level in curriculum trial

'Basic skill for 21st century human beings' - Willetts

Nokia dumps Dragon in major UK channel revamp

Rumours aswirl of attempts to lock down distributors

Flattening Ethernet

Expert ClinicMoving back to Layer 2

First Google Plus API released to developers

'People.get' lets you trawl the public shoals

Canon perks up Powershot pair

CMOS in, CCD out

Poskett signs up to lead Huawei UK enterprise channel

Enter(prise) the Dragon

Firm claims it can put NFC tap-cash tech in a SIM card

And that it will still work buried in a phone's guts

Resistance 3

ReviewHostile virus

Nigerians panic over killer calls

Unlucky numbers

Spanish feds mend website clobbered by Anonymous

Prime ministerial bodyguards outed by hacktivistas

Big Apple fake Apple stores agree to rat out suppliers

Yes it's made in China, that doesn't mean it's genuine

Former Acer CEO heads to Lenovo as a consultant

Lanci knows how to handle big Germans

Smut domain scores big bucks for not handling smut

If you exist, there might be porn of you

Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the hard disk

The platters of Big Blue spawn that changed the world

VMware juices Roo for big Java clouds

Hypervisor hammering in the Cloud Foundry

'Leaked' FBI Anonymous/LulzSec psych profile is bogus

Feds say Anons wrote it: 'narcissism' comment may be true

Valve pushes Portal freebie

Doors open for game giveaway

RIM share price nosedives following stinky numbers

PlayBook suffers fruity fondleslab smackdown

Reseller biz faces winding up order

ITopia owes us cash, alleges distie

Mozilla co-founder quits Firefox veep role

'You were like a brick through a window' says, er, a mate

Fujitsu gov workers strike Monday: Unite on, PCS off

PCS: 'Solidarity to Unite, but we're all right thanks'

HP sued by investor over PC and TouchPad antics

Didn't reveal shares were bumwad from Bank of Toyland

Yahoo, Microsoft's Bing display toxic ads

These aren't the downloads you're looking for

Irishman's coke-packed abdomen poses for police

Impressive scan of São Paulo narcomule's light lunch

Facebook plugs developer site into Heroku code cloud

Sky-high app host debuts PHP, Python

Oracle offers commercial extensions to MySQL

'It’s not the apocalypse'

Oracle slates 'extreme' system kickoff

Ellison vows to 'change the dynamics of the datacenter'

Intel demos ultra low-juice chippery

IDF 2011Pentium rises from the dustbin of history

Google's Native Client goes live in Chrome

The C++ code Mozilla never wants on web

Boffins boost battery life with underclocked Wi-Fi

Removing the idle listening energy tax

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