13th November 2003 Archive

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  • Subpoenas fly in SCO vs IBM

    Linus gets the call

    Software 13 07:47

  • Nokia unveils walkie talkie phone

    Half-duplex planet

    Mobile 13 07:49

  • Microsoft's New Security Mojo

    Security 13 08:06

  • Wireless hacking bust in Michigan

    Warparking

    Broadband 13 08:11

  • Exeter dominates UK Wi-Fi scene – Intel

    Many hotspots, small population, spurious survey

    Broadband 13 10:35

  • Intel Centrino 2 to offer 533MHz FSB – report

    Sonoma slips

    Channel 13 10:59

  • Sharp to update Zaurus PDA line this month

    Adds Japanese-to-English translation code

    Mobile 13 11:36

  • Yes, it's the BOFH quiz!

    Do you know your Computing Personalities?

    BOFH 13 11:53

  • ATI ships its first DX9 mobile workstation chip

    Mobility FireGL T2

    Channel 13 12:40

  • BT faces ‘challenging’ times as revenues dip

    Pre-tax proft up, though

    Broadband 13 12:43

  • UK govt calls for 100% broadband coverage by 2005

    Easy to say, harder to do

    Broadband 13 12:48

  • Final iQue details emerge from China

    Nintendo's entry into the Chinese market takes shape

    Personal 13 12:58

  • Intel vs Motorola

    This time over ultra-wide band wireless

    Mobile 13 13:00

  • Asian first-timers prefer Linux to Windows

    Cost and community: we're all hippies now

    Software 13 13:07

  • T-Online to buy AOL – report

    Rubbish, says T-Online

    Media 13 14:18

  • Don't put app protection on your firewall, Mr Jones

    Top Layer touts standalone IPS appliance

    Security 13 14:51

  • Europe in Brief

    ICT roundup from the Continent

    Media 13 15:51

  • Can't get a shag? Get nTAG!

    Electronic aid for the socially awkward

    Bootnotes 13 15:52

  • UK students – fancy a trip to Brazil?

    Or a jolly to the German Grand Prix 2004?

    Bootnotes 13 15:53

  • Wi-Fi turns us into busy worker bees

    We need a bigger a honey pot

    Broadband 13 16:04

  • Things to do on the Net when you're dead

    Mylastemail.com

    Media 13 16:09

  • Microsoft releases Virtual PC 2004 to manufacturing

    Migration patterns

    Software 13 16:15

  • Iomega revs removable HDD challenge to tape

    The very Rev

    Storage 13 16:33

  • Wal-Mart turns customers into RFID lab rats

    P&G's watchful eyes

    Data Networking 13 18:15

  • MS to ship substandard Windows if EU axe falls

    Windows without Media Player, like a bike without a phisycle...

    Software 13 21:47

  • Sun's Linux desktop off to flying start

    Renting Linux for profit

    Servers 13 23:39