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Pigment powered gadgets

Queensland Uni trailblazers in melanin infused electronics

Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

ReviewGotham bricky

Free tool inspects all your personal 'ware automatically

Can't tell your wife you're doing updates any more

DataCore orchestra tunes up for the Ninth SANsymphony

Thats SANsymphony, not sans symphony

The Open Rights Group gets rights wrong again

OpinionDefender of parody is becoming a self-parody

UK spectrum row: What we need is more national disasters

Future of WirelessOnly that way will there be proper emergency comms

PS3 fans buy more digital content than Xbox buffs do

Sony supporters splash out

'Backing out of a failed update really ought to be a trivial matter...'

QuotWPlus: 'I'm not panicking AT ALL about Surface. No'

Teleconferencing 'shifts hundreds of NHS bed-blockers out the door'

Virtual meeting re-ablement triumph saves £150m

Nexus 7 and Surface: A bonanza for landfill miners

CommentThe fish aren't going to get on the bicycles

Half-Life 3 concept art leaves fans wanting more

Valve gets sketchy

Join the gov consultation on net porn ... and have your identity revealed

Tick 'confidential' if you like: it means simply nothing

Reg hack attempts gutsiest expenses claim EVER

Napkin hieroglyphs leave top beancounter ROFLing in tears

Vodafone to let you roam in Europe at UK prices

Plus, of course, a small daily consideration

First lady taikonaut and pals plunge into the dirt after space mating

Smack down after withdrawing from Heavenly Palace

B&O Beoplay A3

Accessory of the WeekiPad entertainment centre

Open-source password keeper to get 'minor' weekend security fix

You'd need to make several dumbass moves to get bitten

Apple patent may foretell an end to iPhone autocorrect Tourette's

Intriguing new special asshole filing

Governments probe domain land-snatch: many.gTLDs.suck

Patagonia? You mean that's a place?

Dimming the lights on smart(arse) TV

Something for the weekend, Sir?When consumer devices go bzzzt

Just how do you build the perfect Olympic stadium?

London OlympicsWhat have the Romans ever done for us....

BMW, Toyota to build fuel cells for sports cars

Next-gen e-car tech partnership struck

Android Jelly Bean won't get Flash Player

Never mind, there's lots of HTML5 porn content now

War On Standby: Do the figures actually stack up?

AnalysisWill you stop turning the TV off at the wall

Ultrabook demand soars Stateside

But they're still a tiny percentage of the market

Tsinghua, NUDT flatten rivals in ISC cluster smackdown

ISC 2012Teraflop barrier busted across the board

Resellers: Cloud is BIG, but it's a sales commission minefield

Maybe that's why market has been slow to pick up?

Chrome hits iPhone and iPad, storms to top of download chart

Google slips new tentacle into fanbois' walled garden

Gouged by cloud - but it's so convenient

Open ... and ShutLast to know, first to pay

Do you work in IT at RBS? Or at the next place to get hit ...?

Here's a handy guide to riding out the storm

Apple's Mountain Lion to offer automatic security updates

Crikey - now there's a thought

HPC cloud belches from top UK universities

Rent yourself a rack at the (tera)FLOPhouse

Ethiopia: we are not jailing Skype users

Western media 'mistaken'

Berkshire bigboy 2e2 in the pink - apart from crushing debt burden

Amphibious workforce gets its feet wet

Mad fan-fitted mouse keeps mitts moisture-free

Play for hours, no sweat

Stratfor settles class-action over Anon megahack with freebies

You want fries with that bucket-o-geopolitical-intel?

Behold: Today marks Year Five of the iPhone Era

Fire. The Wheel. Steam engines. Just trinkets

IBM chiefs order pay freeze at US services tentacle

UpdateBig Blue shivers - rumours that even bosses will be hit

Gov IT buying body: Mega hardware gig to save £6.5m in 2013

Margins driven to the bone, claims GPS

Capita ITS asks to-be-axed staffers to pose for marketing pic

Want to present realistic image of company

Jaw-jaw no more-more as calls fall down tally of phone tasks

Talk to people on it? Don't make me laugh

Two weeks 'til the internet disappears, for 58 Fortune 500 companies

Stand by for 4 per cent of the US gov to go dark, too

Mac-based Trojan targets Uyghur activists

Human rights attacked online

Apple hardware fixer Bob Mansfield retires from Cupertino

Walks away from fortune in share options

Texan team paints batteries onto beer steins

Flexible future power storage in the offing

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