4th February 2004 Archive

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  • EC draws line in spam sand

    Had enough, can't put up with any more, no, no

    Security 04 00:01

  • PalmSource chief outlines twin-track OS strategy

    Tablet PC a 'disaster', says CEO

    Mobile 04 08:43

  • EMC remembers to upgrade hardware line

    Software only goes so far

    Storage 04 09:27

  • Iliad soars on Paris bourse debut

    Business 04 09:42

  • ATI touts mobile chip's low-k technology

    Mobility Radeon 9700 launched

    Channel 04 10:21

  • Tiscali racks up 1m broadband users

    Crossing the threshold

    Broadband 04 10:23

  • Cisco's profits drop even as sales rise

    Swings and roundabouts

    Data Networking 04 10:31

  • Prescott offers ‘indiscernible gains’ over Athlon XP

    Intel must do better - analyst

    Channel 04 10:44

  • UMC beats Q4 forecasts

    Foundry business picks up

    Channel 04 11:10

  • Wi-Fi Alliance preps WPA 2 security spec

    Full 802.11i coming at last?

    Broadband 04 11:45

  • BPI forces CD Wow to drop price surcharge claims

    Undertaking to court

    Media 04 12:29

  • Sewer broadband idea floated again

    Scottish Water to pilot project

    Broadband 04 12:33

  • The Register Mobile edition goes live

    Tone Poem

    Site News 04 13:31

  • Swisscom to connect UK Premier Lodge hotels

    140 sites

    Broadband 04 14:27

  • Orange pushes try-before-you-buy

    Helping Brits overcome 'innovation inertia'

    Mobile 04 14:55

  • 02 notches up 20m punters

    ARPU rising

    Mobile 04 14:57

  • Oracle hikes Peoplesoft bid to $9.4bn

    Upping the ante

    Data Centre 04 15:49

  • Foundry beefs up high-end Gig switches

    Gigabit over copper driving recovery

    Data Networking 04 16:26

  • Introducing the Technodepot ‘Bug’ t-shirt

    It's an undocumented feature, actually

    Site News 04 16:27

  • HP grabs two more software makers

    How to buy an Adaptive Enterprise

    Servers 04 18:03

  • El Reg gets experimental at Orange launch

    Rare case of press refusing free lunch

    Bootnotes 04 18:06

  • EU Commission plots global travel surveillance system

    Whatever made you think America was the privacy villain?

    Media 04 18:08

  • Microsoft teases users with 64-bit XP trial

    Software seduction

    Software 04 19:18

  • Merging Hutchison Whampoa

    Tech and telecoms converge

    Business 04 21:08

  • Victory for commonsense in nuke lab hacking case

    Two cheers for British Justice

    Security 04 21:30

  • Sun finally ships StarOffice for Solaris x86

    Open source Office makeover in India

    Software 04 21:35

  • Wheels fall off CRM bandwagon in UK

    Customer relationship mismanagement

    Data Centre 04 21:52

  • AOL wants refund for nipple slip

    Super Bowl pop-up gone wrong

    Bootnotes 04 23:29