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Google-backed research fights review spam

Seeing through the sockpuppet

TV sports rights survive Optus’ TV Now win

‘Worthless’ equals $AU1.2 billion

Telstra to launch MOG streaming music service

Launch timed to beat Spotify?

Microsoft to bake Windows 8 in three flavours

'8' and '8 Pro' for PCs, 'RT' for tablets

Google finally secures gmail.de domain

German trademark dispute ends after eight years

China warns domestic mobile phone makers of IP dangers

Beware of the big bad patent bogeyman...

ATA CEO resigns

Call centre body to look for replacement

China's bullet trains to get face-invading cameras

Ticket to ride ... all the way to jail

Twitter gets all aggressive with Japan expansion

Firm has one eye on China as it spreads its wings

Toshiba Regza 46YL863 46in Smart TV

ReviewA visible difference

Global chocolate crisis looms

Expert warns of 'instability in cacao growing areas'

Nordic region, Ireland adopt new 'connected telly' standard

Follow in Europe's footsteps - leaving Blighty's YouViewers behind

Hold on, Booker prize judges - Stob's penned a steampunk hit

StobEveryone has a novel in them. Sadly this includes Reg columnist Verity

HP loses MoD payroll and pensions deal to CSC

US firm snaps up 7-year service bods and veterans contract

Google G-drive app leak sparks 5GB file vault riddle

Will Gmail giant enlarge docs package?

Instagram

Android App of the WeekA picture tells 1000 words 140 characters

Oracle v Google could clear way for copyright on languages, APIs

AnalysisAnd here's why that would be a VERY BAD THING

SpaceX Dragon gets green-light for launch to Space Station

PicTreat-laden private rocket in May ISS hookup

Hitachi's flexible servers sport homegrown LPAR virtualization

And maybe an OEM agreement with IBM, too

Paddy Power website fell at Grand National first fence

Wagering whale fails for 20 mins on race day

Cameron 'to change his mind' on the one thing he got right in Defence

CommentUS carrier kit would be really expensive ... says BAE

Oracle biz-pusher Paul Young leaves Avnet TS

Distie veteran heads to Hamilton Rentals

Cellco execs lay into Nokia's Lumia

WinPho efforts inadequate, apparently

Panasonic PT-AT5000E LCD projector

ReviewFully loaded home Hollywood

BT wants to poke fingers in EVERY broadband cash pie

Minister grilled as telco bids for all eight cabling gigs

Ikea to integrate TV, Blu-ray, sound system into sideboard

Flat-pack AV kit, anyone?

Apple screws UK disties, punts just 13,000 iPads to channel

Foxconn-rebrander shifts 3m latest slabs on its own

RIM mulls pimping BlackBerry OS to Samsung – report

Troubled biz brings in the bankers

Telefonica recruits EA to lure punters with games, deals

O2 might be a bit-pipe, but Telefonica won't be

ICANN battled dot-word TLD registration leak bug for WEEKS

Reopening of wonky application site stalled

Mystery hologram disc upstart gobbles InPhase blueprints

Storage biz flickers into life, beams up rival's assets

POWERFUL solar flare belched at Mars rover Curiosity

VidNASA robot hit by giant blast en route to Red Planet

Samsung boss vows siblings won't see a penny of inheritance

Lee Kun-hee claims they already got their share

Windows 8 diet exposes Microsoft's weak ARM

Three boxes, two tablets, no clear choice

Adapt swallows eLINIA for £13m, plans £100m sales op

Managed services firm has buy-and-build strategy

Google faces WHOPPING FTC fine for Safari privacy gaffe

Millions of juiced Apple surfers could add up to huge blow

Dad sues Apple for pushing cash-draining 'free' games at kids

Rugrats ran up bill with in-app purchases

Microsoft details Halo 4 release

Master Chief is back

Speaking in Tech: Forget G-Drive hype, try Dropbox-for-Big-Biz

PodcastPlus: iOS versus Android in enterprise security

Toshiba gobbles IBM's POS biz for $850m

Big Blue sheds another hardware biz

Austrian village considers a F**king name change

Residents to spare blushes with double G-string

Microsoft goes global with System Center 2012 at MMC

Windows Server gets 2012 moniker too

WD lets loose ferocious 1TB VelociRaptor

Doubled-capacity drive-maker tears into weak flash hybrids

Appcelerator ties on cloudy back-end for Titanium devs

Waves $5,000 at Titanium 2.0 launch

Intel beats Q1 expectations, jacks up revenue forecast

Says Thai flood effect now all washed up

SoftLayer tailors HPC clouds with GPU lining

Have Tesla, will crunch

Intel boss turns earnings call into iPhone flirt fest

Apple leaves better 'taste in mouth' than Qualcomm

Seagate profits from Thai flooding

Luczo's luck

Greenpeace calls out cloud names on green claims

Calls on Apple, Amazon, Microsoft to clean up

IBM turns in profits bump despite server slump

New server bump due in H2

Chorus awarded bigger chunk of kiwi rural rollout

Over NZ$12m in new contracts

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