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Aus mobile stalwart sets up HQ in US

Retriever puts on its cowboy boots

Prince of Persia author releases 1980s source code

Lucky find a glimpse into game history

Twitter poses patent non-aggression treaty to unblock industry

No first-use patent pledge to stem legal madness

Oracle considered entering smartphone market

“Project Java Phone” kicked off in 2009, also thought of buying RIM, Palm

Amazon Web services revamps partner program

New Partner Network offers tech and sales support for cloudy companions

Google updates Chrome for Android

More languages, no flash, still in beta

Notebook makers hit hard in pre-Ivy Bridge lull

April is the cruellest month ... for ODMs

Ten... smartphone survival accessories

Product round-upProtect and deploy

Singapore most 'liveable' Asian city for ex-pat IT pros

Hong Kong needs to clean up its act.

French perfume house bottles 'Eau de new MacBook'

Whoever smelt it dealt it

Indonesian ID card will deduct fines from bank accounts

Police plan to merge data with national identity database

Quantum brandishes LTFS tool for cheap-as-chips tape

Low-cost storage for media types

Tosh UK rewards competition hopefuls by exposing their privates

ICO slaps wrist after URL twiddling leaked personal info

Compulsory coding in schools: The new Nerd Tourism

CommentChattering classes go mad for gap-year angle brackets

Chinese and US military square off for cyber war games

Tensions mount as APT attacks continue

Microsoft bigs up open source, then stuffs it under the sofa

Open ... and ShutBig Blue got it right, why can't Redmond?

Computacenter UK biz hit by spending 'freeze' in banks

Continental operations lift group numbers

Tunbridge Wells' car park bonking offered new NFC logo

N-Marks the spot

Microsoft, Intel reportedly partner to crush Apple

Want iPad market share to plunge below 50% next year

Gmail goes titsup for 30 MILLION PUNTERS

POP3, IMAP users can engage smugmode

10x power boost for Freeview as London analogue signal cut

Retune your telly

O2 declares 4G trial success... with 1000 users

Rhetoric ramp-up ahead of Ofcom auction

Wasteland sequel given $3m green light

Classic RPG follow-up Kickstarted into action

Vodafone fights India's retrospective tax grab

Law change may force telco to cough up

JCB builds Android blower for brickies

Construction gets tough

Zuckerberg blew $1bn on Instagram 'without telling Facebook board'

No bankers or lawyers in sofa-based deal, says report

Hunters 2

iGamerStand-up fight - or another bug hunt?

BT's 'unbeatable' Infinity broadband ads banned by ASA

Not to Infinity and beyond, actually

Dell recruits storage guru to get cozy with resellers

Mark Hiley will push hard on infrastructure kit

Rare! Yahoo! revenue! growth! spotted! in! Q1!

It's alive! It's alive!

Public sector IT buyers 'hogtied by mess of red tape'

Purchasing rules overlap sparks channel handwringing

Canon suspends EOS 5D Mk III shipments

Undesirable exposure

US judge orders Apple, Samsung CEOs to get a room

Patent battle ideally needs to end before heat death of universe

PLANET-SWAP shock: Stars grabbed dirtballs from other clusters

Galaxy was young then, explain boffins

NAO: Gov open data policy disorganised and costly

Calls for cost-benefit analysis

Berners-Lee: Net snoop law tosses human rights into the shredder

Web grandfather slams UK.gov's online surveillance plan

Oakley: 'smart' sunglasses ready to shine

Shade us the way

Channel wild-child Cisco vows to be more predictable partner

Dangles tempting rebates over resellers

Unemployed offered money to watch grass grow

Indolent 'Automatic Lawnmower Supervisor' sought

Phone-hack saga: Prosecutors mull charges for 11 suspects

Four hacks, one cop and six citizens on CPS dartboard so far...

RIP Ceefax: Digital switchover kills off last teletext service

How are we going to impress Americans now?

Reg readers tell us why implementing change is so hard

Reg ResearchUnravelling symptom and cause

Sony whips out new optical mass storage format

Hirai's bid for glory looks a lot like Blu-ray...

PR mag: Let promoters edit clients' Wikipedia entries

Public relations bods found 'errors' there, natch...

Spy tech exports from Europe face tighter scrutiny

Strasbourg mulls new rules on surveillance software by 2013

NHS IT fiasco workers threaten lunch-hour revolt over job cuts

UpdatedUnion to form picnic line over CSC redundancies

Morphlabs forges OpenStack cloud rack

Ready to run virty machines

Sergey Brin REALLY ADMIRES Apple, Facebook

But net's biggest gatekeeper not a fan of other gatekeepers...

Caringo greases up CAStor product, slips out VM versions

File access to objects

Techie stages 'strip down' protest at TSA 'harassment'

Naked but unstressed man does 'something with internet'

Microsoft retunes Intune for full Android, iOS app integration

But did spirit of Steve Jobs scotches iPhone demo?

HDS to launch unified storage systems

HUS replaces AMS

White House issues privacy warning on CISPA-style laws

Even Berners-Lee and the EFF weigh in

VMware still shines in a Facebook world

Executive shuffle as CFO departs for Workday

CSIRO orders 2,144 core, 174,720 GPU upgrade

Xenon Systems signed to deliver 120-teraflop supercomputer

Boffins tout solar efficiency boost

Sydney Uni scientists catch low-energy photons

Larry Page has painful day on stand in Oracle Java case

Deploys James Murdoch defense over smoking email

Intel: Chinese server market second only to US

More Xeon E5s 'in the not-too-distant future'

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