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6th December 2001 Archive

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  • Microsoft disowns Nokia cybersquatting prank

    Where do you want to be redirected to today?

    Media 06 01:23

  • Lamo strikes again: WorldCom

    The helpful hacker loves port 80

    Security 06 06:10

  • Elcom sells UK reseller op

    MBO jobbie

    Channel 06 08:37

  • The Trivia Quiz – BOFH-style…

    Test your mettle

    BOFH 06 08:38

  • Evesham staff get Xmas bonus

    PRP is back

    Channel 06 10:43

  • Ericsson boss gets death threat

    And a bullet in the post

    Business 06 10:46

  • No-HTML plug-in for Outlook available

    Halleluiah, almost

    Software 06 11:09

  • Siemens slashes Infineon stake

    Parent cuts more apron strings

    Business 06 11:22

  • UMC bond sale raises $302m

    Nvidia deal fuels investor interest

    Business 06 11:29

  • UK eshoppers becoming more mature

    Anyone got a cure for e-acne?

    e-Business 06 11:57

  • School sales make up 60% of Viglen business

    Must start calling it Learning Technology

    Channel 06 12:27

  • Sony to bring PlayStation 2 to Korea

    PSone too

    Personal 06 12:28

  • ‘Computers for schools’ promotions ungenerous

    Fat kids get more kit

    Personal 06 12:29

  • Govt watchdog slams £1 billion IT failure

    Worst public sector IT debacle, says PAC man

    Data Centre 06 12:37

  • Mesh marketing mush

    Spinning jobs

    Channel 06 12:43

  • Toshiba breaks off 3G partnership with Siemens

    And now we know why

    Data Networking 06 14:31

  • How to set a record for the number of games sold per console

    MS Xbox masterclass

    Personal 06 15:56

  • SMS phone crash exploit a risk for older Nokias

    Broken message, frozen phone

    Security 06 16:15

  • Sports supplier drops punters' pants in public

    Web security gaffe exposes customer details

    Security 06 16:58

  • Jungle cancels £250K worth of sales

    Fears it can't deliver for Xmas

    e-Business 06 17:16

  • Mediawave not dead after all

    Ex-employee hacks company's Web site and posts hoax (apparently)

    e-Business 06 17:17

  • WStore profitable in early 2002

    More stores soon

    Channel 06 17:35

  • Europe told to rethink e-privacy directive

    Puts "fundamental and constitutional liberties" at risk

    Media 06 17:43

  • Afilias gets to grips with .info fiasco

    Lessons learnt

    Media 06 17:47

  • Larry Ellison loves the PC

    Clusterific!

    Data Centre 06 18:07