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US congress wants a word with ZTE, Huawei

Considers laws to deal with national security threat posed by Chinese kit

Space Jam: stripped bolt bugs spacewalkers

Orbital DIY fail

Curiosity parks for a day, looks back in wonder

Lays down some morse code

AWS adds some CORS blimey to S3

Web devs can now code drag and drop cloud storage uploads

‘Pre-bionic’ eye implanted in blind patient

‘I could see a little flash’ says recipient

North Korea and Iran sign 'Axis of Tech Evil' deal

Now where did we put those missile codes?

Chinese boffins build brain-powered camera 'copter

brain-computer interface could help disabled

Cambridge Uni publishes free Pi-OS baking course

12 step program to build a very basic OS

War-Droid: Smartphone app 'that could CALL IN drone strikes'

Can also be used as police speed gun, golf rangefinder

TripAdvisor didn't defame hotel by putting it on 'top 10 dirtiest' list

Unverified user review ranking: It's a diss, but it's not defamatory – judge

Dodgy audio connections conceal more than just words

How much will HD Voice tell you?

Boffins create super-muscular 'Hulk' mice: Humans next

You wouldn't like me when I'm squeaky

X-IO vows to end hot-swap disk pops with next-gen arrays

Chucks in some extra spindles too

Patent flame storm: Reg hack biteback in reader-pack sack attack

Andrew's MailbagYou know who else hated patents? Kim Jong-il

IBM and Somerset council in tiff over South West One venture

Blues for Big Blue's blue-light IT setup

Computer 2000 hands Hayward keys to marketing kingdom

Jumps ship from rival to rev up lead gen engine

Wireless Power breakthrough: Iron Man can lose the chest reactor

And in the real world, pacemakers won't need batteries

PCs get touchy ahead of Windows 8 launch

IFA 2012Good news for screen wipe market

Former Russian officer sentenced for part in Kaspersky kidnapping

Ex-Captain in Kremlin guards handed military porridge

O2: no Ice Cream Sandwich for some Sony Xperia owners

Let them eat Gingerbread

Now Apple wants Samsung S III, Galaxy Notes off the shelves too

Probably also dusting off patents on fire, the wheel, etc.

Microsoft awards itself Google-esque power over Hotmail, SkyDrive etc

We can do stuff with your stuff 'to the extent necessary'

Asus CEO sounds netbook death knell

Eee be doomed?

Thanks ever so much Java, for that biz-wide rootkit infection

Sysadmin blogCup of coffee actually a carboy of toxic Kool-Aid

Bruce Willis didn't Buy Hard: His girls can't inherit his iTunes

UpdatedTesty action star flips his wig, may sue Apple

Apple iDevice dock port to drive wireless streaming

Analog audio out, AirPlay in

Phoenix IT Group fesses up to 'accounting irregularities'

'Repeated, deliberate circumventions' at Servo

Vodafone inks deal with Zain to fly its flag across Middle East

Going to Iraq on hols? Now you can roam with Voda

Cleversafe: Our mad rig can gobble a terabyte in a second

Big Data? This is Giant Fat Chair-smashing Bastard Data

Samsung: We can't find any child labour at our Chinese contractor

'The under-18 workers were unpaid, which makes it legal'

3G Google Nexus 7 inbound

Production ramping

Markets to remain glutted with rapidly-depreciating Facebook shares

You may be able to set them against your idiot-tax bill

Global strategic maple syrup reserves hit in Canadian mega-heist

How long until US troops are sent in to ensure supplies?

Elon Musk says he's planning a 'supersonic, electric hover jetplane'

Florida 'wet dress' rehearsal leaves space fans excited

Firefox, Opera allow crooks to hide an entire phish site in a link

Watch out for the tinyurl that isn't

Sony Vaio 11 Duo hybrid PC hands on review

IFA 2012A keyblet? It's an Ultrabook, apparently

Windows 7 passes XP, Mac OS X passes Vista

Lift a pint to salute XP, forget Vista

India restricts SIM sales

Tourists get time limits, bulk sales barred, in crime crackdown

Baidu launches mobile browser, tosses currency into clouds

Hopes for 80 per cent penetration by year-end

Optus turns on 4G, but has no phones until Sept 20

Sydney, Newcastle and Perth have wireless broadband today, Galaxy S III 4G soon

Sun daddy: 'Machines will replace 80 per cent of doctors'

In Khosla's future, healthcare will be served up by entrepreneurs, not docs

Sci-Fi fans blow stacks at copybot attacks

Updated: Ustream issues mea culpa

Global warming GOOD for biodiversity, say boffins

You only need to wait … a couple of million years

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