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8th May 2003 Archive

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  • Hi3G opens stores in Austria, Sweden

    Keep on rolling

    Mobile 08 08:24

  • To patch or not to patch

    Get lateral

    Security 08 09:25

  • Moores Law retains grip on IT statute books – IBM

    Manufacturing advances

    Channel 08 09:27

  • Palm OS 6 to be designed for wireless

    Release slips to late 2003

    Personal 08 09:43

  • Radio Intel – future or fantasy?

    Cost is ultimate challenge

    Personal 08 09:44

  • Sony ‘very comfortable’ with $199 PS2 price point

    Doesn't like bundles though

    Personal 08 10:10

  • m-Payments for Edinburgh parking meters

    Don't flash the cash

    Mobile 08 10:17

  • ‘Monopolistic’ BT kicked where it hurts

    BB row rumbles on

    Broadband 08 10:20

  • Telewest email hit by spam attack – again

    Don't these things usually come in threes?

    Security 08 11:02

  • ‘Athens’ – MS defines the next Windows PC standard

    Oh, and it's a communications centre as well. Sort of...

    Software 08 11:24

  • Dell anoints UK boss

    Insider appointment

    Business 08 11:40

  • Team targets 802.15.3 for wireless video networks

    Potentially much faster than 802.11

    Broadband 08 12:01

  • Microsoft is no threat – Sage

    Not yet, anyway

    Small Biz 08 12:30

  • High Velocity Networks Web host outfit goes titsup

    Oh dear

    Small Biz 08 12:32

  • Severed cables wipe out Telewest service

    10,000 homes hit

    Media 08 18:51

  • MSN ditches free photo storage service

    Over exposure brought into focus

    Media 08 18:51

  • IBM's Unix servers ready on demand

    New pricing snuffs the fluff

    Servers 08 19:27

  • $2 trillion fine for Microsoft security snafu?

    Passport passwords passed out

    Security 08 22:22