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Amazon welcomes Microsoft files into Kindle cloud

'Send to Kindle' for Macs coming soon

Top techs preview CES 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017...

CES 2012Peak geeks sneak peeks at future gadgetgasms

Reg Hardware Awards 2011 Winners

Reg Hardware Awards 2011The year's best products... and the worst

NHS fined £375k after stolen patient data flogged on eBay

Hospital bosses appeal against ICO's stiffest punishment yet

Micro-mech chips to free phones from 'grip of death'

CES 2012RF MEMS to the rescue

Titsup EMC VNX kit unleashes 5 days of chaos in Sweden

Crashed Tieto system took down bank, pharmacy, schools' website

Wheels fall off Aviva Insurance's website for 5 hours

Promises to 'roll over' lapsing policies after outage

Gridstore shafts rival Overland over a Barrall

CTO exits to take exec chairman job

Seagate mulls flogging precious drives at auction

CES 2012How to solve a drive shortage: bidding wars

Apple, Amazon and Google take lazy punters hostage

Open ... and ShutDigitised download cults create pocket monopolies

OnLive sneaks Windows 7 into the iPad

We're not playing games now

Tiny frog claimed as smallest vertebrate ever

Mine's smaller, yells irate ichthyologist*

Raspberry Pi Linux micro machine enters mass production

Model A, Model B cheap as chips

India threatens to block Google, Facebook and chums

Court orders filtering of offensive stuff - 'like in China'

Apple Beijing store egged in botched iPhone 4S launch

Rioting fanbois scramble from cops after egg-stream outburst

Android devs get schooled on style

Polish that UI to an Apple-crushing shine

Fujifilm Finepix X10 compact camera

ReviewA curious case of bountiful buttons

EPIC asks FTC to probe Google's search biz tweak

It's a sticky social situation

Big Blue boffins cram information onto a cool 12 atoms

Vorsprung durch kleine-informationenspeichernstelle

Firm pitches tech trio powered by portable processor

Quad-core keyring

Namesco spits out phishy warning after credit card info leak

'Please do not treat this as SPAM'

Etailer punts steamy lace-up 24-port switch

The Brocade 300 Corset features FULL FABRIC. Phwoaaaar...

Sony shows slider tablet

CES 2012Asus inspired?

BBC mulls iPlayer fees for archives, repeats

Fair's fare?

Lords chew over Tory green policies

Quality of debate right up there with lunchtime pub chat

Kenyan startup claims Google 'scalped' its data after staging a STING

Google smacks back: Mocality's data was 'publicly available'

Barclays axes 422 UK IT staff

Job massacre will help wealthy bank 'innovate'

Nokia partners with EA in major WinPho game push

CES 2012Finnish first

Acer pulls out Wang, thrusts its wealth at Ho

Tech titan treats itself to vigorous shuffle

Flash stalks Seagate's hybrid drives

Blocks and filesSpinning disk spindoctor competes on size. Wrong move ...

US military access cards cracked by Chinese hackers

Access to buildings and intranets harvested by super-spy Trojan

Cloud power plant SAP closes 2011 on a high

HANA in-memory appliance off with a bang

Microsoft carves up Wi-Fi into White Spaces

So many options, so little room to work in

X Prize: Build a Star Trek 'tricorder' and win $10m

CES 2012CATCH: It has to work...

UK student faces extradition to US after piracy case ruling

Possible five years in US federal prison for linking

Pirate Bay dropping torrents after magnetic attraction

Technology to make tracking harder

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