19th > July > 2003 Archive

Guilty plea in Kinko's keystroke caper

If you used a computer at a Kinko's in New York City last year, or the year before, there's a good chance that JuJu Jiang was watching.
Kevin Poulsen, 19 Jul 2003

RIAA nails 1,000 music-lovers in ‘new Prohibition’ jihad

The Recording Industry Association of America's attack on US culture has escalated at an alarming pace this week.
Andrew Orlowski, 19 Jul 2003

Intel leans on wireless world with UWB, Wimax plans

Don't ask whether Intel can succeed in imposing its preferred standards, for ultra-wide band wireless, or for 802.16a local wireless broadband. Study your history. You'll see that it can.
Guy Kewney, 19 Jul 2003

Work drying up for IT freelancers

The government has been urged to do more for independent freelancers after an industry trade body revealed a quarter of its members are out of work, with many more struggling to make a profit.
Startups.co.uk, 19 Jul 2003

Latest Xbox figures revealed

Software giant Microsoft has announced its financial results for the quarter and financial year ended June 31, revealing firm figures for the global installed base of Xbox and its targets for the coming year.
gamesindustry.biz, 19 Jul 2003

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