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High Court reinstates Oz Galaxy 10.1 ban

Turn around again, Samsung

Apple Thunderbolt Display 27in monitor

ReviewDream screen?

Software copied functions, but didn't infringe copyright

ECJ advisor: No source-code sauciness in software smackdown

Dell cooks up new HPC strategy

HPC blogNot just a box-slinger anymore

Top beak: Ignorant lawyers fumble electronic evidence

Handling emails and files sends legal bills soaring

College sticks cloud into geothermal igloo data centre

Investing in Iceland. What could go wrong?

UK lays carbon plan before Earth Goddess

Better buy a sweater, though

WD My Passport Studio 1TB external hard drive

Accessory of the WeekMetal storage for Macs

Vodafone releases Samsung Android 4.0 smartphone

Audio bug fixed, operator offers Ice Cream Sarnie phone

Dutch delay wireless wallets: T-Mobile waves, doesn't pay

NFC rollout pushed back

Facebook now has 1,000 times the referrals of Google+

Numbers dropping fast as Google plans major upgrades

Supercomputer helps boffins crack 3D material sims...

SC11Tokyo Tech nabs Gordon Bell Prize and $10k for metal materials work

Man's phone burns, toasts trouser region

Samsung Galaxy S II goes up in smoke

WD dries out flood-trashed fab, pumps out first disks

Deadly Thai disaster cost biz at least $50m to clean up

Cyber-war law would expose customer privates to spies

Big biz and US govt propose info sharing

Facebook disses Effin Irishwoman

Bans 'offensive' village

Happy birthday, Apple QuickTime

Released 20 years ago today

Brussels' statement of objections against Google is MEATY

Antitrust probe to deliver 400-page wad detailing complaints

Couldn't be there? Our conference vids for you

The Register and Intel LIVE 2011

Greatest ever first-person shooter* brought back to life

Halo forebear Marathon is back

OpRobinHood more likely to stiff punters than bankers

Stealing from the rich, giving grief to the poor

Acer releases second-gen Android tablet

UpdatedPledges Ice Cream Sarnie update next month

Quantum computing comes closer as diamonds get spooky

Boffins 'entangle' synthi-gems at room temperature

Germany gloomy over AT&T merger

Fears T-Mobile deal is kaput

'I'm the first to admit that we've made a bunch of mistakes'

QuotwPlus 'The last Kardashian clan I heard of were on Star Trek'

YouTube morphs into TV-wannabe with a splat of social goo

Google badly wants to cash in on YOUR VIEWING EYES

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook rooted

Hackers plan to unleash tool to penetrate tablet

TV writer quells rumours of Doctor Who movie

Moffatt says no film yet ... but if there was one, it'd be British

UK cops seek boffins to build handheld DNA sniffer kit

Just zoom and enhance - like CSI on the telly

Just who are you and why does it matter?

Book reviewWorld's latest endangered species: our private lives

Azlan inserts temporary head at HP biz unit

John Ward on board until permanent replacement found

Micron's glass memory monster chews up slowcoach flash

Chip's got the write stuff

Capita signs £560m deal with BBC

Auntie spends big to make savings

RIM swallows $485m charge to clear PlayBook tablet mountain

Lowers Q3 sales outlook, takes $50m hit from service outage

Dead at 13: Napster 1998-2011

P2P pioneer, later online music shop, closed in US

Yahoo! 0-day! exploit! hijacks! status! updates!

Right now I'm: spamming my contacts with malware links

Distie Stordis plans to steer clear of Acer server biz

Server shortages and lead times 'not a pleasant experience'

Groupon grotty grotto rage forces Santa's chief elf to quit

How the Groupon voucher stole Christmas

Java tops for hackers, warns Microsoft

Apply patches to known holes

Cloudy servers find their niches

Minimalist boxes for hyperscale cheapskates

Apache: Old, out of touch, but worth it...

Open ... and ShutGitHub who?

NetApp loses ground again in IDC's Storage Tracker

Third quarter repetition

ESA gives up on duff Russian Mars probe Phobos-Grunt

Russians vow to keep trying until it comes down burning

Baby-kissers battle over what to do with White Spaces

Politicians divided on free airwaves and broadcast TV

NoSQL hopeful cozies up to Hadoop data-muncher

Big data love-in

iPhone banned in Steve Jobs' ancestral home

Syrian regime tightens respressive screws another turn

Feds clear Google, AdMeld melding

Justice Department: 'Competitive'. Others may disagree

Verizon slips $3.6bn shiv into AT&T, T-Mobile ribs

Wireless pecking order exploded by massive spectrum purchase

Carrier IQ VP: App on millions of phones not a privacy risk

Like tiny fish through a net, key taps dropped from memory

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