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We're delighted to announce that El Reg has deployed an updated version of its news alerts service - effortlessly delivering RSS feeds and offering a scrolling news ticker and custom alert box for those of you that simply must have your news fix right now, if not sooner.

The all-singing, all-dancing Reg Alerts update is available for download here. The app comes in at a lean 5MB and is guaranteed free from adware, diallers, or viruses. You remain completely anonymous, and can choose just how you want your news delivered.

The new software will automatically update our "beta" Reg Alerts, so those of you already enjoying Vulture Central's express news delivery shouldn't have any problem availing yourselves of the enhanced version.

And, in the unlikely event that you don't like what you see, you can uninstall the whole thing.

As ever, we welcome your feedback, so give Reg Alerts a go and dispatch your impressions to marketing@theregister.co.uk. ®

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