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5th April 2004 Archive

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  • Aussie firms fight to take biggest loss for music downloads

    Cheapest tunes but at what cost

    Financial News 05 00:08

  • Sun's Java prince refuses Redmond relocation

    Greener pastures

    Software 05 01:32

  • ‘Segway of the sea’ starts shipping Down Under

    Lazy divers rejoice

    Bootnotes 05 03:45

  • Microsoft's Gates dethroned as world's richest person by cheap furniture magnate

    IKEA bests the Beast

    Bootnotes 05 04:26

  • Google and Yahoo! ban gambling ads

    Free speech be damned

    Financial News 05 08:40

  • Microsoft hopes Sun deal will dazzle EC

    Look, even Scott McNealy is being reasonable...

    Software 05 08:41

  • Japan fires shot at Chinese chip tax

    Wants in on WTO talks

    Channel 05 09:28

  • Welsh bang up 419er for 20 months

    No welcome in the valleys for you, boyo

    Media 05 09:38

  • US bill would free VoIP from regulation

    Boost for new services

    Data Networking 05 09:43

  • Intel asks China to drop local WLAN spec

    1 June deadline

    Broadband 05 09:47

  • Window's NT Infernal File System

    Here be dragons, courtesy of O'Really

    Site News 05 10:02

  • February chip sales edge up

    Big year-on-year gains

    Channel 05 10:04

  • Big Pharma puts squeeze on Canadian Net pharmacies

    'Brink of collapse'

    Financial News 05 10:07

  • UK IT directors are unproductive workaholics

    I have work-life balance... they're both crap

    Business 05 10:11

  • Intel to ship 1.8GHz Centrino as Pentium M 545

    A feast of model numbers

    Channel 05 10:28

  • Intel trims mobile, server chip prices

    FYI

    Channel 05 10:50

  • Asia-Pacific govts sign Linux promo pact

    Want to reduce region's reliance on Windows

    Software 05 11:03

  • Manchester given all-clear after BT fire

    Telco mulls compensation

    Data Networking 05 11:06

  • Indian call centres ‘pose security risk’

    A year's wages for customer details...

    Applications 05 11:09

  • Scambusters target 419 online ‘banks’

    Fingers pointed, bandwidth busted

    Security 05 11:11

  • Sun job losses: Scotland spared

    Up to 330 jobs could be at risk...

    Business 05 11:22

  • Internet rape fantasy ‘game’ goes horribly wrong

    Wrong address

    Media 05 11:28

  • Telcos muscle in on IT

    Big boys target new business opportunities

    Data Centre 05 11:28

  • Thus wins £3m GWR IP network gig

    Radio heads talk protocols

    Data Networking 05 11:44

  • Girl, 15, on child porn rap after posting sex pics online

    Self-abuse

    Media 05 12:35

  • Blaster body count '8m or above' - MS

    Clean-up squad

    Security 05 12:42

  • UK fields footballing RoboBeckhams

    Aim to compete in Premiership by 2050

    Science 05 13:41

  • IXEurope buys Swiss datacentre

    Err, that's it

    Broadband 05 13:41

  • A sunny future for European hotspots?

    Cash cow - or lamb to the slaughter

    Broadband 05 13:44

  • ID cards: a guide for technically-challenged PMs

    Save us all billions - don't do it, Tone...

    Security 05 13:55

  • Biostar iDEQ 200N small form-factor PC case

    The ideal living room system?

    Reviews 05 14:25

  • Caped crusading sysadmin rumbles 419er

    Dublin cybercafe mayhem

    Bootnotes 05 14:54

  • Extortionists take out UK gambling site

    DoS attack on Sporting Options

    Security 05 14:58

  • Sybase results disappoint

    But buys XcelleNet...

    Applications 05 15:01

  • Ofcom urges gov to act on digital TV switchover

    C'mon now, don't be shy

    Broadband 05 15:09

  • Banc of America lowers Intel earnings

    Notebook inventory troubles in 2004, 2005

    Channel 05 16:06

  • Glastonbury blames BT for ticket sale fiasco

    Skinny back-end

    Financial News 05 16:39

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    The Company 05 20:25

  • EMC taps FalconStor for tape emulation

    Disk-to-disk virtualisation software

    Storage 05 21:29

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