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31st March 2004 Archive

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  • Hardware will be (almost) free – Chairman Bill

    Gates hears speech, sees ink

    Applications 31 01:25

  • Google developer doesn't fear pay-for APIs

    Alerted not alarmed

    Software 31 01:26

  • Vonage sues AT&T

    Stop stealing our brand!

    Media 31 01:28

  • Virgin Mobile goes to Canada

    The land of beards and maple syrup

    Mobile 31 08:39

  • Orange boss makes the long walk

    New bum on the hot seat

    Mobile 31 08:40

  • Teach yourself Regular Expressions in 10 minutes

    30 per cent off guide to essential tool

    Site News 31 08:41

  • Microsoft UK confirms MD

    Canny Scot takes the helm

    Channel 31 08:55

  • Spain to host Internet Traffic Observatory

    And Danes to enjoy first standard-cum-VoIP wireless phone?

    Media 31 08:57

  • Sony ships second PSX update

    Long-awaited DVD+RW support arrives at last

    Consoles 31 09:44

  • EMI to axe 1500 jobs, 300 artists

    Exit from CD, DVD manufacturing paves way for online future?

    Financial News 31 09:55

  • C&W chases five ex-staff for £25m fraud

    We want our money back

    Business 31 10:10

  • Mandrakesoft exits bankruptcy protection

    Linux sales propel distro to escape velocity

    Data Centre 31 10:11

  • BT fire: ‘situation improving’

    Wednesday update

    Data Networking 31 10:13

  • SCO vs. IBM vs. SCO: Is the end in sight?

    Big Blue seeks declaratory judgement

    Operating Systems 31 10:29

  • Zodiac Game Boy Advance emulator released

    But minus... er... GBA emulation

    Mobile 31 10:36

  • PeopleSoft sued for $510m over ‘vapourware’

    'Concealments were willful, malicious, and done with ill will and spite'

    Data Centre 31 11:22

  • SUSE reaffirms vows with HP and IBM

    Linux polygamy in Salt Lake City

    Operating Systems 31 11:24

  • SAS 9 on intelligence-gathering mission

    Who integrates wins

    Applications 31 11:25

  • Telstra backs down in BB pricing row

    Fair dinkum

    Broadband 31 11:29

  • MS preps new Shared Source challenge to OSS?

    'Community' - we've heard of it...

    Software 31 12:08

  • UK Xbox price cut? Wait and see

    MS keeping mum

    Personal 31 12:19

  • Smartphones not up to scratch: official

    Quality, functionality and customer service way below par

    Mobile 31 12:21

  • Security: educating the unwashed masses

    Users, not technology, must lead anti-virus war

    Security 31 12:22

  • Oracle counters EC competition claims

    Don't forget the little guys...

    Management 31 12:25

  • Circuit City buys InterTAN for $284m

    Big in Canada

    Channel 31 12:37

  • Magnetic fields may cause childhood cancer

    No causal link, however, and research continues

    Science 31 12:41

  • Danish paedo dragnet snares 100+

    US-supplied intelligence aids crackdown

    Media 31 12:48

  • ATI CEO anoints successor

    Orton in the ascendant

    Channel 31 12:59

  • Capacity ain't everything, says Hitachi

    Pitches reliability ahead of size in the mobile market

    Storage 31 13:01

  • Look out spam, here comes spim

    Buddy, can you spare a dime for some penis growth pills?

    Security 31 13:44

  • Ofcom starts ‘urgent’ investigation into BT tariffs

    Allegation over 'abuse of dominant position'

    Broadband 31 13:47

  • Harvard prof scams $600,000, then hands it to 419ers

    Criminal mastermind collected money for 'SARS research'

    Media 31 13:48

  • Intel channel summit

    Vamos a Espana!

    Channel 31 14:57

  • German resellers are calm bunch

    Contextual analysis

    Channel 31 15:12

  • NSW bans workplace cyber-snooping

    Criminal offence

    Security 31 15:12

  • Brocade ups the low-end switch ante

    $5,000 Fibre Channel switches on the table

    Storage 31 16:45

  • Freeserve airbrushed from history

    Wanadoo-branded stationery ready for deployment

    Broadband 31 16:46

  • UK must invest in science and engineering

    You gotta speculate to accumulate, say SET gurus

    Science 31 16:54

  • File sharers not guilty of copyright infringement – Canadian judge

    Offering files is not the same as distributing them

    Media 31 20:02

  • Warner Germany waves goodbye to half its staff

    More music job cuts

    Business 31 21:26

  • Human error blamed for most security breaches

    People, huh!

    Security 31 21:32

  • Stop using sub-domains, or cough up

    Have patent, will collect royalties

    Software 31 21:37

  • Black helicopters hover over Manchester A-bomb bunker inferno

    Your thoughts, distilled

    Letters 31 21:39

  • Brocade's cheaper entry level switches

    Disabled fabric features cut costs for small SANs

    Storage 31 21:48

  • The rise of the white collar hacker

    Revolving doors fuel cybercrime

    Security 31 22:05