17th February 2004 Archive

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  • Vodafone loses AT&T Wireless battle

    Cingular outbids

    Mobile 17 10:02

  • Urgently seeking 419 haiku

    Compose poetry, win t-shirts, defend democracy

    Site News 17 10:11

  • IT contractors enjoy rate rise

    Show this story to your boss...

    Business 17 10:11

  • Microsoft to offer rival CDs

    Is it enough for Europe?

    Software 17 10:12

  • WM-Data: would-be Nordic powerhouse

    Aiming for a 10,000 employee, €1.1bn business

    Business 17 10:41

  • T-Mobile goes 3G in UK

    But don't mention the calls

    Mobile 17 11:00

  • AMD brings Opterons to blades

    Low power

    Channel 17 11:02

  • BT's ‘new wave’ mitigates fixed-line decline

    Broadband and corporate buoy Q3 growth

    Channel 17 11:02

  • Firm hunts for Nimda-like worms in Web traffic

    ScanSafe

    Security 17 11:34

  • The USA: outsourcing heartland

    Selective protectionism?

    Data Centre 17 12:24

  • MS cites kidnap fears in bid to keep execs' wealth out of court

    Everywhere, kidnappers' ears prick up...

    Bootnotes 17 12:27

  • Windows source code exploit released

    That didn't take long...

    Security 17 12:43

  • US spammer fined £75k for porn sting

    'Entirely inappropriate'

    Media 17 12:52

  • 100 rural areas in Europe to get subsidised broadband

    It's a TWISTER

    Media 17 12:52

  • Stob: Softwron number stolen

    Lost weapon of maths destruction

    Bootnotes 17 12:55

  • AMD halves Opteron 848 prices

    Big cuts ahead of anticipated Intel x86-64 announcement

    Channel 17 14:24

  • Nvidia unwraps PCI Express graphics chips

    GeForce FX PCX

    Channel 17 15:14

  • Lindows now Lindash

    No me--ing about

    Channel 17 16:01

  • Close Encounter yours for $1.3m

    Interdimensional eBay madness

    Bootnotes 17 16:04

  • London's charge zone: blueprint for road pricing 'success'?

    The spin says one thing, the numbers something rather different

    Media 17 16:12

  • ATI touts low-cost HDTV tuner card

    Well, cheaper than a digital TV, anyway...

    Personal 17 16:20

  • IT Pros demand govt broadband intervention

    What do we want? USO!

    Broadband 17 16:26

  • BBC ponders P2P distribution

    BT and Auntie do lunch over Internet plan

    Media 17 16:35

  • Outcry as Chinese Net dissident arrested

    Claims of subversion 'abusive'

    Media 17 16:36

  • Sony unveils two-tone Vaio K series notebooks

    Slick systems designed for DVD watching

    Personal 17 16:47

  • Microsoft co-founder to demo always-on mini PC

    Combines power of a notebook, portability of a PDA

    Mobile 17 17:14

  • Germans bag über-dooper super computer

    Europe's No.1 number-cruncher?

    Servers 17 17:59

  • Bagle-B clobbers weary Net users

    More mass mailing worm madness

    Security 17 18:01

  • Intel unveils 64-bit capable Xeon

    Emphasis on memory, not number crunching

    Channel 17 20:10

  • Intel's Barrett hints at 64-bit compatibility glitches

    Xeon contains magic Intel-only instructions

    Servers 17 20:39

  • Who sank Itanic?

    Remembering the i432 and other billion dollar gambles

    Servers 17 21:50

  • IBM shows Itanic love with Power4 benchmark

    What's IDF?

    Servers 17 23:05

  • Intel moots Centrino-style home PC platform

    Grantsdale chipset details emerge

    Personal 17 23:40