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30th October 2003 Archive

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  • Intel outsells Nvidia, ATI

    All down to its integrated chipsets

    Channel 30 10:24

  • Pseudonymous blogging under subpoena threat

    Come out, come out, whoever you are

    Media 30 10:45

  • DMCA exemptions boost archivists, disabled

    But not much else

    Software 30 10:50

  • Indian call centers: cracks begin to show

    High rate of attrition

    Business 30 11:38

  • Welcome to Orange World

    I am curious, Orange

    Mobile 30 11:40

  • Orange revenues up, capex down

    Looking after the parent

    Mobile 30 11:44

  • Usability – is it what we think it is?

    Dropped and dragged through the mire

    Software 30 12:25

  • Rio Chiba 256MB MP3 player

    Farewell, jog-dial controls

    Reviews 30 12:38

  • Informatics UK goes titsup

    Sound the Retreat

    Channel 30 13:13

  • UK.gov websites under fire (again)

    Out of Form

    Media 30 13:32

  • EDS waves goodbye to 5,200 staff

    Putting on the pink slips

    Business 30 13:34

  • Gone Phishin'

    Tactics to curtail email scams

    Security 30 13:49

  • Longhorn as the next Microsoft desktop domination play

    Yes, you have been here before...

    Software 30 14:15

  • Paper offers Nokia N-Gage for 1p

    No wonder game retailers can't shift it

    Mobile 30 14:19

  • Ericsson posts profit

    Ends restructuring

    Business 30 15:10

  • Sony Ericsson ships GPRS Wi-Fi combo card

    Plus: Sony upgrades to Vaio to Centrino, adds 802.11g kit

    Broadband 30 15:13

  • Reg kit now available in £, € and $

    Easier shopping for Europe and the US

    Site News 30 15:14

  • Intel pushes back the fashion envelope

    Luxury laptop bag for today's connected woman

    Bootnotes 30 15:19

  • Crack codes and win prizes

    Fancy a go at the Thawte Crypto Challenge IV?

    Bootnotes 30 15:21

  • Brussels starts probe of MS consumer electronic deals

    Hardware OEMs get "routine" request for information

    Software 30 15:43

  • Unlucky phisher pleads guilty

    Why oh why did I try the FBI?

    Security 30 15:47

  • Lexmark loses round 2 in DMCA chip case

    US Copyright Office lands punch

    Media 30 16:00

  • Broadband Britain back on track – or is it?

    Fetch me the BB gun, Boy

    Broadband 30 16:32

  • FTC calls for US patent reform

    More hurdles, less backlog

    Software 30 16:37

  • Berners-Lee comes out fighting to save Web

    Father of the Web insists US patent office reviews vital case

    Media 30 16:53

  • College students care more about beer than software

    Unethical sods

    Software 30 16:56

  • Calling Coders for the Greater Common Good

    The UK needs you

    Software 30 18:21

  • StorageTek gives early look at tape library behemoth

    Mounts faster than a prized bull

    Storage 30 19:51

  • Minimize your ROI with IBM

    Less is... less

    Bootnotes 30 22:47