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Information about: theregister.co.uk
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Science 20 Nov 02:19. EINSTEIN'S BRAIN had unusual lobes and cortex. Newly-uncovered photos also reveal 'large knob' in frontal lobe.
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Business 20 Nov 00:43. Platform clouds generating more noise than cash. All the action is in SaaS and IaaS – and advertising.
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Popularity Rank of theregister.co.uk
Alexa Rank Alexa Rank Date
4247 2013-05-15
3962 2013-05-01
3885 2013-04-15
3831 2013-04-01
3888 2013-03-15
3918 2013-03-01
3210 2013-02-15
3173 2013-01-30
3446 2013-01-08
2574 2012-11-17
1947 2011-12-06
2752 2011-08-13
2219 2010-06-10
2649 2010-03-07
3947 2009-05-28
9507 2008-12-23

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  16. Alerts
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  18. Reviews
  19. Mobile
  20. Patent trolling to go under anti-trust spotlight
  21. NASA suggests robotic return to the Moon
  22. EINSTEIN'S BRAIN had unusual lobes and cortex
  23. Restaurateur jailed for customer sex profile revenge plan
  24. Platform clouds generating more noise than cash
  25. Oprah Winfrey tweets her love of Surface – from her iPad
  26. US paper spaceplane disintegrates at 107,000ft
  27. Super-thin iMacs WILL be here for Xmas, cram warehouses even NOW
  28. Windows Phone 8 reboot woe causes outpouring of forum misery
  29. IBM drops Lotus brand from next version of Notes
  30. Applications
  31. Republicans deny Hollywood pressure to pull copyright proposal
  32. Law
  33. Kiwis demo DARPA-funded rocket project
  34. Retailers report slow Windows 8 sales, low demand
  35. Intel roadmap leak shows quad-core Atoms for 2014
  36. HP ProLiant SL270s Gen8 beast masters eight coprocessors
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  40. Dish flirted with MetroPCS, but went home with Google in the end
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  44. Apple falls as rivals shake green tech tree
  45. HDMI hitch hounds Mac Mini holders
  46. DoCoMo tests blackout-proof hydrogen cell base station in Japan
  47. John McAfee blogs for help, offers $25K reward for neighbour's killer
  48. Facebook lets admen have a rummage through your shopping bags
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  51. Search and rescue: Why Facebook AND Yahoo! need Microsoft
  52. Can't wait for Nvidia? Try these Italian baby ARM clusters with GPU options
  53. Why IT chiefs are irrelevant to Microsoft's Windows 8 strategy
  54. CIO
  55. Space station 'nauts in successful plonkdown to wrap Expedition 33
  56. Telcos react coldly to renewed UK.gov smut-censoring push
  57. Government
  58. Apple said to have let the name of the next OS X cat out of the bag
  59. Apple iCloud collapse forces fanbois to shower, meet face-to-face
  60. Astronauts (or other 'nauts) could find life on Mars quite healthy
  61. Chips in spaaaaace: old tech is in
  62. Judge confirms Google's miserly $22.5m Safari privacy FTC payout
  63. Speaking in Tech: Saucy emails, Belize bath salts, Sinofsky and more
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  69. Dell gives the back of its hand to Backup Exec, cuddles AppAssure
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  73. Dodging costly common cloud pitfalls: YOU ask the questions
  74. Housewife iPhone mules on trial in China
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    Domain name:
        theregister.co.uk

    Registrant:
        Linus Birtles

    Trading as: 
        The Register

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