18th March 2004 Archive

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  • Nokia makes stealth moves on your living room

    Weapons of mass consumption

    Mobile 18 01:07

  • Analysts cheer AMD, Dell and Microsoft as x86-64-bit winners

    Reg reporters implicated in Itanium hate crimes

    Servers 18 01:27

  • HP re-elects ‘AWOL’ Disney man

    Conflict of interest

    Business 18 08:46

  • Six months to get wireless rail travel free from Virgin

    Then you pay

    Broadband 18 09:20

  • S3 preps native PCI Express graphics chips

    No AGP for GammaChrome

    Channel 18 09:29

  • US tells China to drop chip sales tax – or else

    It's (trade) war!

    Channel 18 10:09

  • SiS goes PCI Express for Pentium 4, Athlon 64 FX

    Sampling now

    Channel 18 10:29

  • AMD rolls out faster low-power Athlon XP-M

    Contract makers preparing notebooks

    Channel 18 10:37

  • Nokia, Sony, Philips tout connectivity Utopia

    Do anything, anywhere, anytime

    Mobile 18 11:21

  • Sony readies Q2 dual-layer DVD+R drive debut

    Ups disc capacity to 8.5GB

    Storage 18 11:31

  • Eight-day BT email snag sorted

    Only a few thousand punters affected

    Broadband 18 11:43

  • Nvidia next-gen chip ‘to launch 13 April’

    NV40?

    Channel 18 12:17

  • Reg Readers' Gallery back from the dead

    Send pictures, achieve immortality

    Site News 18 12:22

  • UK VoIP sector gets trade body

    ITSPA official then

    Data Networking 18 12:29

  • Go Daddy broadens its domain

    SSL web server certification

    Security 18 13:07

  • The value of PC real estate

    Adobe and Macromedia sweat the assets

    PCs 18 13:07

  • Web services watchdogs

    Tools for modern living

    Data Centre 18 13:07

  • CeBIT 2004: Gadgets galore

    Punter-pleasing penphones plus paper PCs

    Mobile 18 13:09

  • Unleash the power of The Register on your business

    Promoting your event, product or service to 2.2m people

    Site News 18 13:15

  • Latest Bagle worms spread on auto-pilot

    Worm War Three

    Security 18 13:16

  • Novell announces SuSE Linux 9.1

    Software just doesn't get any more exciting than this

    Software 18 13:25

  • MS, partners tout Portable Media Center ‘iPod killer’

    Other way round, maybe...

    Mobile 18 13:39

  • MS exec lists joys of high prices, vast margins to top investor

    Aiming for monopoly monopoly, apparently...

    Software 18 14:07

  • 419ers form phat rap crew

    Musical straight and narrow for the lads from Lagos?

    Bootnotes 18 15:01

  • Microsoft – EC talks fail

    No settlement, despite negotiations

    Software 18 15:03

  • Punters flock to 3 UK

    Third Generation Game

    Mobile 18 15:06

  • Inside Philips' CeBIT cornucopia

    More top goodies for the gadget-hungry

    Personal 18 15:10

  • NASA pulls off mindreading act

    Voice recognition for the voiceless

    Science 18 15:44

  • T-Mobile goes live with 3G in May

    UK, Germany and Austria

    Mobile 18 15:48

  • T-Mobile to charge Wi-Fi access to phone bills

    Not so much the WLAN Holy Grail as the Golden Fleece...

    Broadband 18 15:56

  • Fraudsters prey on apathetic Brits

    ID thieves thrive on financial indifference

    Security 18 15:59

  • Half of UK homes have a PC

    Surf's up, but contraceptive use stuck at 1980s levels

    Personal 18 16:00

  • CeBIT: the handset fan's heaven

    It's raining mobes, hallelujah!

    Mobile 18 16:25

  • Software hunts for Net paedos

    Nanniebots take the Turing test

    Software 18 17:45

  • IT workers demand greater work flexibility

    Concerns over work-life imbalance

    Business 18 17:46

  • Can I have an email quickie? – Phoenix says, ‘Yes’

    Windows is old hat

    Software 18 19:09