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20th February 2004 Archive

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  • Intel to kill off Mobile Pentium 4 ‘around Q1 2005’

    Make way for Dothan...

    Channel 20 00:01

  • Intel prototypes portable ‘Tele-Phone’

    Radio powered wonder-device banishes wires, operators, etc

    Bootnotes 20 00:26

  • Abolish Free TV – Intel lobbyist

    TV and Tech industries remain two utopias apart

    Mobile 20 02:09

  • HP prints its way to profit in Q1

    Servers and PCs do their part

    Business 20 08:42

  • Chancellor under fire for IR591 tax terror

    'Fess up, Gordon

    Small Biz 20 09:03

  • Staff must have hotspot access – Gartner

    No, you can't get off the hamster wheel

    Broadband 20 10:27

  • TI claims phone power breakthrough

    While Nokia frets over batteries

    Mobile 20 10:32

  • MS Compact Framework squares up to Java

    Battle to dominate the mobile platform

    Mobile 20 10:57

  • Comet chasers seek secret of life

    ESA mission launches next week

    Science 20 11:16

  • Intel downbeat about 64-bit extensions

    No pyrotechnics at IDF

    Servers 20 11:21

  • Enterprise security spend to hit $6bn

    Big investment in firewalls and VPNs by 2007

    Security 20 11:22

  • Red-letter day for Microgen

    Losses down, growth up

    Business 20 12:33

  • Exel trials RFID in House of Fraser

    Garments tracked from China to hanger

    Security 20 12:33

  • Spamhaus crowned Internet heroes of 2003

    ISPA awards: The good, the bad and the ugly

    Media 20 12:44

  • A million i-mode users in Europe

    Slow uptake

    Mobile 20 13:52

  • Firewall VPN sales soar

    Minding the perimeter

    Data Networking 20 13:56

  • Shrunken rods make batteries better

    Grow your own

    Science 20 14:18

  • Stob: Pirated 'Wron number yours for free

    McDosh condemns Beard's 'numerical terrorism'

    Bootnotes 20 14:28

  • Q: What's the AV industry's definition of happy?

    A: Debunking cybergeddonists during MyDoom viral pandemic

    Security 20 15:20

  • Infinium Labs gets litigious with HardOCP

    News site accused of 'false and defamatory' piece

    Personal 20 15:42

  • Are Apples healthier than Pepsi?

    We got some mail in our spam!

    Letters 20 15:55

  • Cisco VoIP kit open to ‘snooping attacks’

    DoS risks too

    Security 20 17:28

  • EU thundering down information superhighway

    Broadband roll-out on target for 2005, says EC report

    Media 20 17:46

  • Intel and HP color self-preservation as customer choice

    Ignorance today, customer demand tomorrow

    Servers 20 19:11

  • Dell plots cheap SAN attack

    EMC to help?

    Storage 20 20:37

  • Traces of Guilt: computer crime from the front line

    Computer forensics dissected

    Security 20 23:55