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Site News Register Hardware is now Tweeting. Yes, in a desperate bid to get hip to the Web 2.0 vibe - the sound you hear in the background is The Register's Andrew Orlowski slapping his forehead in bewilderment - we've launched an (experimental) Twitter feed.

Pop along to twitter.com/reghardware and, if you've a Twitter account of your own - sign up if you haven't - you can follow our Tweets, posted and as and when we publish a new story, review or hands-on feature, such as our hugely popular (if we say so ourselves) Hacking the Apple TV article.

Twitter's good on the web, but it's better on your phone - we recommend TwitterFon on the iPhone - allowing you to get updates on the move.

Why do we call it 'experimental'? Because we're trying it out for size, and we want to tailor the feed to best meet your needs. Are Tweet updates useful to you? Would you like other content included? Let us know what you think - and what you'd like to see from Register Hardware in the future.

And it Twitter's not your thing, no problem. We'll continue to update Register Hardware's homepage throughout the day, and still offer all our regular, established update systems, from our daily and weekly newsletters to our RSS feeds.

Tony Smith,
Editor,
Register Hardware

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