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Obama refuses to respond to MPAA bribery claim petition

Poor wording breaks petition’s T&Cs

Cray shrinks XE6m supers down to a rack

So long CX1000 Xeon-InfiniBand baby clusters

LG HLX56S net savvy 3D Blu-ray soundbar combo

ReviewSmart deco

New Trojan routes your bank's calls to CROOKS

That's right, I really just ordered 10 plasma tellies...

Death of IE6 still greatly exaggerated, says browser hit squad

Ex-Redmondians play to big biz holdouts


Pale, rounded bounties probed

Apple iPhone 5 to debut at developer gig

WWDC or bust

El Reg's comments policy? It's all in moderation

House rules given a spring clean


iOS App of the WeekHere is the news

Google 'chooses' not to censor Mosley content, MP says

We'll do that as you report it, says Choc Factory lawyer

Snaps confirm new CPU for Apple iPad 3

But maybe not a quad-core chip, after all

Samsung 'Galaxy 4S' spied in benchmark results

Galaxy S II Plus to stand in for Galaxy S III?

Ofcom: UK broadband speed on the up as punters' packages swell

More of a shunt than a glide

World's first bamboo smartphone to enter production

Concept blower branches out

Five ways Microsoft can rescue Windows Phone

A critical success, a market dud. Here's what Redmond should do next

JEDI alliance: Jellyfish overlords won't rule Earth after all

Blancmange invader threat turns out to be, erm, trifling

Met's email hack probe turns spotlight on The Times - MP

Scotland Yard keeps mum

Facebook warns investors of potential SPAM DELUGE

IPO filing: Spamvalanche could kill us

Android users more likely to put out

Open like their app ecosystem...

Boffins out earbuds that sound right when inserted wrong

Left is right regardless

Robot rabbits take on Facebook, female orgasms

Poked by a rabbit, figuratively and literally

Final Fantasy XIII-2

ReviewTerminal illness

Sony nosedives into $2.8bn loss as Hirai grabs controls

Full-year forecast torn up after cash-draining Q3

Star Wars MMO sales pip past 2 million mark

WoW, watch your back

Demand for safety kitemark on software stepped up

MPs want new standard plus web security schooling

Facebook IPO: Boom or bubble?

AnalysisWe look at the numbers - and what's missing...

French court lays le smackdown on Google Maps

Fined for unfair competition in online cartography

Fotoshop by Adobé: The miracle beauty treatment

'My skin feels like plastic!' gasps blemish-free babe

Kelihos botnet BACK FROM THE DEAD

Bloodied spam-spewing zombie staggers in

Chinese admirer fancies WD's 3.5-inch hardness - insider

Watchdogs would favour Great Wall of China's disk fab chunk slurp

Unisys wallet emptied in rebadged server, storage cash crash

Mainframe biz profit wobbles in Q4

Capita bags Quartermaine to run IT Services

Gulps down SAP management firm Smith's Consulting for £10m

Micro Anvika seeks channel props for CVA rescue plan

Tot Court Road old-timer battles consumer slump and store costs

Riverbed lobs Granite at offices, WIPES OUT remote servers

Revs up WAN optimisation

Dell names ex-CA CEO as software chief

Cloud on Michael's mind?

Retailer drops Eee Pad Transformer Prime, claims quality issues

But Asus denies tablet problems

Symantec: We've plugged up pcAnywhere holes

Security giant tries to draw line under source code soap opera

Apple ousts LG from world phone biz top three

Nokia and Samsung still well ahead

Hitachi earnings hit hard in Q4

Blames Japanese tsunami and Thai flooding

Sprint gives LightSquared extra 6 weeks to get FCC thumbs-up

Feds to consult on the issue

Google Music 'an oxymoron' - outbound Warner mogul

The thoughts of Chairman Bronfman

Verisign admits 2010 hack attack, mum on what was nicked

SEC filing shows BOFH cover-up

AMD uncloaks tablet processor plans

Sub 2-watt x86 chippery for Windows 8 fondleslabs

Andreessen Horowitz raises $US1.5b

Crisis? What crisis?

Kiwis pitch university IP database

Get your better mousetrap here

Jackpot: astronomers tag Goldilocks planet

GJ 667C is practically a next-door neighbor

Wotif get ad serving smarts from Webfirm

DIY digital ad platforms

Zuckerberg: Facebook rakes in cash... to make world a better place

AnalysisWeb2.0 investors masticate wildly on Zuck's gummy bubble

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