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Apple buys indoor mapper WiFiSLAM

Oh joy: your iPhone will know where you've shopped

Nokia deflates Google's video codec thought bubble

VP8 proposals face fight from the Finnish

India may can low cost Aakash tablet project

Brit biz Datawind under fire for lagging on delivery

Japan's rare earth discovery bad news for China's monopoly plans

Pacific sea sludge find could keep prices low

Chinese graves use quick response codes to recall the dead

Scan for more info on your loved ones

No, really: Austrians develop hi-tech jewellery made out of concrete

Mmm, darling, it's just so ... grey

Maybe don't install that groovy pirated Android keyboard

It could be loggin' your login, warn experts

Flash card latency: Time to get some marks on benches

Chuck out the slicks and platters, and MLC it

Help save the endangered QUANTUM OWL, pleads Reg man

Tin rattlerChip in for proper science with balls and bad smells

It's a BYO-slingshot party in the Silicon Valley of Elah

Blocks and FilesCamel, needle, VC, Kingdom of Heaven

The UK Energy Crisis in 3 simple awareness-raising pictures

Wrap up and think of Gaia

Bulging Kelway: Too big to get out of the obvious exits

CEO: Just big-boned, Equanet gobble was nutritionally sound

New-age tech marketing secrets REVEALED

Sysadmin blogEverything is an advert these days

Reg man goes time travelling at iconic observatory

Geek's Guide to BritainJodrell Bank: The visitors' centre at the start of the universe

Indie array-flogger tries to tempt flash mob with COLD HARD CASH

Your own, which you get back if their gear doesn't work

isoHunt loses appeal against search ban

But owner no longer prohibited from getting a proper job

Apple share-price-off-a-cliff: Told you that would happen

Don't tell Oracle, but you can be too rich and too thin

Fujitsu sloshes £800m into lukewarm UK pension bathtub

Bumpkin broadband? Bah, urban pipe is where's it's at

The gaming habits of Reg readers revealed

The rise of the silver gamester and the impact of wedding vows

South Korea data-wipe malware spread by patching system

Long dark teatime in Seoul saga continues to unfold

Branson, Berners-Lee, Google, £2m: LET'S SAVE THE WORLD

Who will defend us from privacy-stealing mega-corps? Oh

Furious Stephen Fry blasts 'evil' Reg and 'TW*T' Orlowski

'I'm NOT upset. Anyway I've got more Twitter followers. HA'

Next from Microsoft: 'Blue', the Windows 8 they hope you don't hate

VidPeople are used to a blue screen with Windows, right?

Watch the skies: SPACE HEDGEHOG plunges to Earth in Oxfordshire

Public asked to help find knitwear-clad 'naut

ElasticHosts: EIGHT resellers signed up for our white-label cloud

Count them. That's eight. Not seven

Dell buy: Icahn puts more cash on table than Blackstone or Mike D

Beat that if you can, Mikey baby

Yahoo! makes Brit teen app maker VERY RICH with Summly buy

Mobe! News! Scraper! In! Inspirational! Goal!

TD Azlan set to rock up at EMC, murmur sources

Will thrust SME packages into the <$25k niche

Quantum: No! Object storage CANNOT exchange data with tape!

Curse you, English language

Gartner magicians mumble, fling bones, scrawl new disk pentacle

None of woman born shall harm EMC, cackle midnight hags

Nanowires boost photovoltaics sunlight capture by 15X

Fifty-year-old theoretical solar power limit shattered

NASDAQ's $62m apology for Facebook snafu approved by SEC

Payoff for market FAIL around IPO

Oracle grabs Tekelec for telco assault

Sticky control tech destined for inner networks

Rug tugged from under 2e2 after it racked up £50m loss - report

Bosses admitted 'significant weaknesses in financial reporting'

West Virginia seeks Google Glass driving ban

No funny cat videos for motorists

Oil giant Total shells out €60m for world's fastest private super

2.3 petaflops now, double that in 2015

Florida fisherman bags two-headed MUTANT SHARK

Updated PixZaphod Beeblebrox's worst nightmare

Lightspeed variable say intellectuels français

Vacuum isn't always empty, French boffins argue

Microsoft splashes coat of paint on Windows 8 comms apps

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