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Threatmetrix founder to fight 'muffin apocalypse'

'Post-search' play cuts out wireless retail marketing noise

FBI boss warns online threats will outpace terrorism

RSA 2012Osama bin Online

Oceans gaining ACID faster than last 300 MILLION YEARS

Atmospheric CO2 cast as the culprit (again)

Internet therapy speeds chronic fatigue recovery

Dutch FITNET program finds online cognitive therapy more effective helper for teens

Bromine bomb drops toxic mercury fallout

Another reason to love old Arctic ice

Mutant bird flu won't slay ferrets, people

Breathe easy, say boffins, as publish-and-perish controversy rages

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

ReviewThe formal fondeslab

Becrypt disk crypto earns first Brit spook kitemark

Trusted ... up to a point

UK will share passenger data with US in Euro deal

Home Office: 'Sensitive stuff will be filtered'

Been smacked by the ICO? Reveal your internal probes

Template FOI: Right, who left the laptop in the pub?

Warner Bros boss moots 'disc-to-digital' scheme

New files for old

Ubuntu 12.04 hits beta, brings smooth Unity for marching masses

ReviewBut bugs still need a-snaffling for biz penguins

Sony dusts off waterproof Handycam

Zoomtastic

Belkin Power Pack 4000

Accessory of the WeekBattery back-up

Windows 8: Sugar coating on Microsoft's hard-to-swallow tablet

Preview reviewRefreshing, delightful, puzzling, awkward, annoying

Windows 7 squeezed into Android tablets

Google out, MS in - virtually

Intel cashes in its chips with Micron, bets on post-flash riches

Thanks for the memories

Apple: We never said Siri would actually work in the UK

Ad watchdog says punter's expectations too high

Intrinsic Technology boss Mason exits

Updated:Gordon Matthew in the hot seat at unified comms and MSP player

'We don't know if Google is operating outside EU law'

QuotwPlus: 'It's within our lifetime. It's going to happen'

Microsoft cleared in web filth court battle, wins $100 compo

Ruled not a social network - in your face Yahoo!

Archos touts Android tablets for toddlers

Child Pad out soon

Anonymous web weapon backfires with hidden banking Trojan

Hacktivists tricked into installing malware

Hefty mobile bills should be capped by punters, says Ofcom

AnalysisLatest brainwave to stamp out monthly heart attacks

Hackers print tiny Linux box to net up your home

Ninja Block does for automation what Raspberry Pi does for coding

Mobile gaming: battle of the gadgets

FeatureOne thing to rule them all?

Asteroid could SMASH INTO EARTH in 2040

UN boffins bang heads to knock rock off-course

£30m gov ID scheme to be steered by dole office

DWP (once again) puts out notice to private sector players

Online advertising isn't creepy enough

Open ... and ShutGo ahead and terrify me... with a properly targeted ad

El Reg appoints Special Projects Burro

VideoHairy mascot for audacious spaceplane missions

Top Gun 2: It's happening - and the choice of star is stirring controversy

Not Tom Cruise - people are arguing about the plane

Manchester biz raided in text message spam clampdown

Suspected ambulance-chasers 'sent thousands of txts'

BBC iPlayer boss: smart TVs not sufficiently simple

IPTV UIs too complicated for viewers

Weeing Frenchman sues Google over Street View photo

Peeing pic makes him a laughing stock in his village

Canon focuses on 25th birthday EOS DSLR

5D Mark III is foxier for filmmakers

Zynga branches out from Facebook to make new 'friends'

Loosens rather than cuts apron strings from Sugar Daddy Zuck

Bikini clad Princess Leia spied shakin' booty in Star Wars game

I see you, baby, shaking that asteroid

Facebook looks for more credit with the banks

Social network wants cash for bumper tax bill after IPO

Blighty's fast mobe broadband in music wrecking probe

Wireless kit blasted with LTE rays for a month

Now Apple opens fire on EPAD trademark in China

Cupertino blasts laptop bag maker ebox

Commentards, we salute the return of the long post

10,000 characters. Surely that's enough

Apple to launch TV streaming service by Xmas

But will it have anything to stream?

Resellers could lose out in £4bn gov framework – vendors

Little room for medium-tier biz in price-driven agreement

Samsung worker confirms April launch for Galaxy S III

Quad-core Ice Cream Sarnie phone to debut in UK

French buy over half a million NFC handsets from Orange

MWCBut payments won't wait for the technology

Linode hackers escape with $70K in daring bitcoin heist

UpdatedCompromised servers ransacked for digital cash

Hadron-colliding, volcano-tracking boffins pocket cloud freebie

CERN, ESA and pals unwrap donated number cruncher

Quantum eases file access for big data clients

Gateway appliances allow quick penetration

Secunia bets on open information for security growth

RSA 2012Opens free PSI 3.0 patch scanner for all

Wireless breakthrough: one frequency, multiple signals

Italian team doubles-up on Guglielmo Marconi

Apple claims its 'innovation' creates 514,000 US jobs

Quoth Twain: 'Lies, damned lies, and statistics'

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