15th September 2003 Archive

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  • Tool lets blind people ‘touch’ graphics

    Mechanical arms

    Personal 15 08:38

  • Sophos sales soar

    Worm farming

    Security 15 08:49

  • MSN email spoofer pleads guilty to wire fraud

    Jail beckons

    Media 15 09:36

  • High-Tech Heroin

    Used and Abused

    Media 15 10:03

  • Rural UK must do more to get broadband

    Get orf yer backside

    Broadband 15 11:29

  • Transmeta powers brace of HP thin clients

    Win Win

    Servers 15 11:49

  • EA throws weight behind PS2 Online

    Major push for Christmas

    Personal 15 12:02

  • You don't have to be paranoid to work here. But we do

    Take me to the cleaners

    Letters 15 12:30

  • BT payphones get Wi-Fi

    Not all of them, obviously

    Broadband 15 12:45

  • Telewest gets debt holders onside

    Capital restructure beckons

    Business 15 12:57

  • Atheros triples Wi-Fi range to 1km

    Fourth-gen chipsets knock back power consumption

    Broadband 15 13:33

  • A brand at last! Motorola rolla Microsoft smartphone

    Orange and AT&T first to go with it

    Mobile 15 14:58

  • Freeserve hails ADSL cuts

    No more 'nips and tucks'

    Broadband 15 14:58

  • PGP makes email encryption easier

    PGP Universal

    Security 15 15:05

  • Sun baits Dell as OracleWorld focuses on grid

    Battle ready

    Data Centre 15 15:36

  • UK.gov to impose data retention dragnet on ISPs

    Consultation? What consultation!

    Media 15 15:44

  • IBM launches iSeries backup and high uptime options

    Usage fees

    Storage 15 15:45

  • Borland goes multi-platform with revamped C++ toolkits

    Coping with pain points

    Software 15 15:59

  • Mike Chatha re: xbox.ws

    Letters 15 16:39

  • Microsoft? Ha! Trademark law? Phooey!

    Brave domain owner comes out with fists flying

    Media 15 16:42

  • Motor giant Ford to move to Linux

    But is it Red Hat, or SuSE?

    Software 15 16:58

  • Google – the only archive we'll ever need?

    Only if you're wearing Google-goggles

    Media 15 19:30

  • 64-bit desktop computing unnecessary, says Intel CTO

    Gelsinger happy with 4GB for now...

    Channel 15 20:42

  • Exec shuffle continues at HP as Elias departs

    New horizons

    Servers 15 21:16

  • Gelsinger: 100W power dissipation ‘OK’ for desktops

    Managing expectations for Prescott

    Channel 15 23:41