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30th March 2004 Archive

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  • BT wins NI blanket broadband deal

    Time to snuggle down with DSL

    Broadband 30 07:45

  • Hutchison parcels up little telcos for debt relief

    3G bills need paying

    Mobile 30 08:33

  • Intel 'spends $500-700m' on first 65nm kit

    Wants to be first to offer process

    Channel 30 09:07

  • Wal-Mart download service goes live

    Late arrival to challenge Apple, Roxio et al

    Financial News 30 09:29

  • Freeserve to sell capped, cut-price broadband

    Big Push

    Broadband 30 09:34

  • VC-9 essential patent holders, come on down

    MPEG Licensing Authority invites royalty land rush

    Software 30 09:36

  • Ecommerce patent speculator drops suit

    PanIP's patent still valid

    Small Biz 30 09:44

  • Net surrogate mum fleeced couples for £2,500

    Offered unborn baby on Web, pocketed cash

    Media 30 09:45

  • Google promotes Froogle

    This one's got a few bugs, too

    Applications 30 09:47

  • Philips licenses PowerVR MBX core

    ARM sub-licensing deal pays off - again

    Mobile 30 09:51

  • Intel Dothan to offer 533MHz FSB at launch?

    Hynix implies Alviso chipset will arrive early

    Channel 30 09:53

  • TeliaSonera chairman ousted

    'Swedish political games'

    Mobile 30 09:53

  • Apple seeks iPod UI, scroll patents

    Mouse work

    Mobile 30 09:57

  • BT struggles to repair Manchester fire damage

    'Poor' conditions hamper progress

    Data Networking 30 10:25

  • Intel denies LGA775 P4 delay

    'Will ship on time'

    Channel 30 10:25

  • AMD sneaks out Athlon 64 2800+

    As anticipated

    Channel 30 10:56

  • OpenOffice spring cleans with 1.1.1

    Bug fix

    Management 30 10:57

  • Level 3 launches residential VoIP

    Broadband killer app gets closer

    Data Networking 30 11:19

  • US space tourist set for blast-off

    Third private individual to visit ISS

    Science 30 11:23

  • BT denies cable fire was in A-bomb exchange

    Ssshhh! You ain't seen nuffin, alright?

    Data Networking 30 11:43

  • US silver surfers hit the Web

    Old timers going at it like pros

    Financial News 30 11:48

  • Kazaa and co ‘not cause of music biz woes’, say Profs

    Statistical analysis supports file-sharers

    Media 30 12:06

  • Music biz takes P2P jihad to Europe and Canada

    Legal letters to 250 named people

    Media 30 12:20

  • US IT spending on the up

    and so is CIO confidence...

    Data Centre 30 12:24

  • Outsourced US outfit rattles eBay begging bowl

    Bid now for bargain graphics, animation, and rendering services

    Bootnotes 30 13:36

  • Overture searches for WAP gold

    Voda and Orange to deploy Overture ad listings

    Mobile 30 14:21

  • SecureWave revamps alternative to desktop AV

    Gimme Sanctuary in that behaviour-blocking technology

    Security 30 14:35

  • Freeserve offers punter £19.99 ADSL carrot

    Reduced monthly tariff is 'standard retention technique'

    Broadband 30 14:38

  • Andromeda galaxy home to ten black holes

    Massive neutron stars could be sun-sucking monsters

    Science 30 15:29

  • This Googlebomb cost $44.75 (or three weblogs)

    Low-cost gaming experience

    Financial News 30 23:09

  • Email filter patent puts industry on edge

    But is it robust?

    Financial News 30 23:13

  • iPod: this season's must-have for muggers

    Ne'er-do-wells target white headphones

    Mobile 30 23:43

  • Intel to pay $225m to settle Itanic patent clash

    Deal with Intergraph lets Dell of the hook, too

    Servers 30 23:47

  • AOL raffles spammer's seized Porsche

    The wages of sin offered to US punters

    Security 30 23:47