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16th June 2003 Archive

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  • Linux in Europe

    The State of things

    Software 16 08:30

  • Congress aims SODA at DoJ snooping

    Give us just a little bit more

    Security 16 08:39

  • Orange preps next smartphone

    It's a Tanager

    Mobile 16 08:50

  • Elpida samples 256Mb mobile SDRAM

    Big power saving

    Channel 16 08:56

  • NTL promises to improve email service

    Fingers crossed

    Media 16 09:25

  • What does consolidation mean for the customers?

    Errr....

    Data Centre 16 09:31

  • SAP signs eBay for auction front-end

    Inventory dumper

    Data Centre 16 10:05

  • How to get a 3G handset for nothing

    Your step-by-step guide to upgrading your mobile

    Mobile 16 10:06

  • WLAN goes gangbusters

    Leader of the Pack

    Broadband 16 10:14

  • MPs hold public inquiry into spam

    Curse

    Security 16 10:17

  • Child porn-lite users to wriggle free from court hook

    Case disposal

    Media 16 10:41

  • NTT DoCoMo touts longer lasting 3G phones

    About time

    Mobile 16 11:07

  • When will your phone become a TV?

    Nokia peeks at DVB

    Mobile 16 11:14

  • Bad raps for non-hacks

    Show up bureacrats at your peril

    Security 16 11:33

  • BT! and! Yahoo! in! BB! marriage!

    AOL target for new access/content venture

    Broadband 16 11:49

  • HK firm builds portable Dreamcast

    Cool, but illegal

    Personal 16 12:03

  • 181 Italians charged in €100m software raids

    And another 10,300 under investigation

    Channel 16 14:09

  • BT sacks 200 in porn clampdown

    Enough

    Media 16 14:15

  • Seagate dips toe in notebook HDD market

    Plus new 'disposable' Canon BubbleJets

    Personal 16 14:27

  • Labour site defaced

    'These things happen'

    Security 16 14:45

  • Nokia offers mobile security and print-on-demand

    Intros glow-in-the-dark 3100 phone too

    Mobile 16 14:56

  • Nokia launches mass market smartphone

    Not just for skateboarders, poseurs any more?

    Channel 16 14:58

  • Network cards and dodgy Win 2003 drivers

    Security Haphazard

    Security 16 15:06

  • Massive growth in Linux is ‘historic inevitability’

    IDC paints bright future for Penguinistas

    Servers 16 16:16

  • PeopleSoft shows J.D. Edwards the money

    Adds cash to bid

    Business 16 19:37

  • Veritas stung by Microsoft support snafu

    Now you see it, now you don't

    Software 16 20:55

  • eBlaster spyware has Achilles heel

    Well designed, yet easily defeated

    Security 16 21:44

  • SCO pulls AIX licence, calls for permanent ban

    IBM to ship on

    Business 16 23:45