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30th April 2004 Archive

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  • Savaged Nokia crops prices

    Bargain phones to stem market share drop

    Mobile 30 05:56

  • Visto expands sync suit

    New patent, will file

    Mobile 30 05:59

  • IBM to assault users with virtualization technology

    Hit over head by abstraction

    Servers 30 06:04

  • MS Office vastly overpriced, says UK consumer outfit

    Votes for StarOffice

    Applications 30 06:09

  • IBM and Cisco feel the networking love

    Big Blue blades switched on

    Data Networking 30 06:12

  • Central London Wi-Fi zone gets green light

    Council workers' access only

    Broadband 30 06:41

  • Intel to commit to Soho WLAN upgrades

    Refreshing Wi-Fi zone

    Broadband 30 06:58

  • New allegations in Iraq mobile network saga

    Darrel Issa named, again

    Mobile 30 10:03

  • Capgemini embraces new consulting paradigm

    'Collaborative experience'

    Business 30 10:25

  • Open Text aims for integrated Web publishing

    First fruits of acquiring Ixos

    Applications 30 10:40

  • Cassini images delight star gazers

    Saturn in all its glory

    Science 30 11:23

  • Open source 'too costly' for Irish e-gov

    Open standards the preferred route

    Policy 30 11:25

  • Bush and Kerry scrap over wireless broadband

    Key election issue

    Broadband 30 11:30

  • One.Tel in free calls offer

    Telco price war erupts

    Broadband 30 11:43

  • Wireline operators flock to WiMAX

    Major step forward

    Mobile 30 11:49

  • Global IT security spend hits $42bn

    Buoyed by viral tidal wave

    Security 30 11:58

  • PlusNet offers 'full-fat' broadband

    512k, £14.99 a month

    Broadband 30 12:05

  • Swisscom sells debitel

    Permira Funds puts €640m on table

    Financial News 30 12:45

  • White knight defends clueless users

    But not from robobollards

    Letters 30 12:48

  • BT mulls cutting LLU charges

    Plans to jump before it's pushed

    Broadband 30 14:38

  • The illicit trade in compromised PCs

    Zombie army

    Security 30 14:43

  • UK, US and Canada crack down on Net scams

    Closer co-operation

    Security 30 14:57

  • Ireland to scrap e-voting plan

    Accuracy and secrecy in question

    Policy 30 15:40

  • The fastest nanotube in the west

    Or the east, for that matter

    Science 30 16:09

  • MPs urged to reform cybercrime laws

    Pre-Internet legislation inadequate

    Security 30 16:25

  • Dell donates 100 clunkers to Operation Homelink

    2,500 lappies still needed

    Bootnotes 30 17:42

  • Tennessee rejects Napster/RIAA tax

    Low priority on keeping pigopolists fat

    Media 30 21:01

  • Sun's Opteron box defies European power supply standards

    Electro magnetic foul

    Servers 30 22:51