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10th September 2003 Archive

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  • RIAA keeps 12-year-old quiet with $2,000 bill

    We showed her

    Media 10 00:28

  • IBM refreshes server and storage products

    Momentum rising

    Servers 10 03:48

  • Switching on PC is too technical for many users

    <dummy mode on>

    Small Biz 10 09:04

  • J2EE bigger than .NET in Europe

    Battle is far from over

    Data Centre 10 09:12

  • Open Source Windows replacement, MPEG coming out of the East

    Highly feasible

    Software 10 09:26

  • Sony to tie online music service into hardware

    Phones and stuff

    Media 10 09:33

  • Dixons upbeat on summer sales

    Fan-tastic

    Channel 10 09:37

  • NY Times hacker surrenders, is released

    $250k bond

    Security 10 09:59

  • Lack of rural broadband still a ‘challenge’ – eminister

    Big lever

    Broadband 10 11:29

  • 3Com cuts 1,000 jobs

    Outsourced

    Data Networking 10 11:47

  • Rapid Group buys ailing Apple dealership

    Core Logic

    Channel 10 12:58

  • Two Brits charged with releasing TK worm

    Conspiracy to crack

    Security 10 13:38

  • Camera phones tempt European handset buyers

    Sales up 166% last quarter

    Mobile 10 14:29

  • Microsoft and friends roll out new storage OS

    HP, Veritas first on board

    Storage 10 15:23

  • Businesses shun Wi-Fi, homes embrace it

    European laggards

    Broadband 10 15:26

  • Japan and China clock up DSL growth

    46.7m DSL lines now hooked up

    Broadband 10 15:31

  • Stiff sentences for biggest UK credit card fraudsters

    Three crooks jailed for 17 years

    Security 10 15:35

  • Cisco boosts SAN over WAN

    SDH interface

    Storage 10 15:53

  • Orange to launch Handspring Treo 600 next week

    Network operator will brand the device as its own

    Mobile 10 16:20

  • SMEs don't know, don't care about broadband

    Why should they?

    Small Biz 10 16:25

  • Sobig-F is dead

    Good riddance

    Security 10 19:36

  • MS amends anti-Blaster fix

    Vulnerability deep, risk high

    Security 10 19:41

  • Music lobby frightens Congress with P2P kiddie-porn nightmares

    KaZaA promotes child rape

    Media 10 20:01

  • Foundry pours Wi-Fi into melting pot

    Looking for an edge

    Data Networking 10 20:07

  • First UK ruling under new email marketing regime

    Explicit consent confirmed

    Small Biz 10 20:27