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12th May 2004 Archive

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  • Sulphur fuels battery breakthrough

    Queue here for Li-S

    Science 12 01:13

  • Sony shows wireless PlayStation Portable

    Phew, what a scorcher

    Consoles 12 08:44

  • Phatbot arrest throws open trade in zombie PCs

    10 cents a PC for access

    Security 12 09:07

  • French call for SMS boycott

    Too expensive by half

    Mobile 12 09:25

  • UK Eurocrats vote to legalise spam

    12 May 1999

    Security 12 09:26

  • Nintendo DS: more communicator than console?

    Instant messaging, VoIP potential revealed

    Consoles 12 09:27

  • Sony, IBM to offer Cell workstations for Xmas

    December ship schedule

    Consoles 12 09:57

  • Hutchison raises $2bn in soap sale

    Ditches Chinese joint venture

    Mobile 12 10:01

  • HP to launch custom gaming rigs

    Watch out, system builders

    Channel 12 10:26

  • Northern Ireland touts low IT wages

    Forget Bangalore, come to Belfast

    Management 12 10:41

  • Broadband worth 52 days a year to UK.biz

    Lost productivity recovered

    Small Biz 12 10:41

  • Dothan-based P4 appears on Intel roadmap

    Model number too low for 3.73GHz clock, 1066MHz FSB?

    Channel 12 10:57

  • MS patch day: nothing critical

    Solitary fix. Stay calm

    Security 12 10:59

  • Ofcom must act on £50 broadband 'barrier'

    Activation fee is 'block to mass acceptance' says ISP

    Broadband 12 11:01

  • EC rules against illegal 'subsidy' of France Telecom

    'Psychological state aid'

    Broadband 12 11:03

  • Supercooled lead hats aid brain scans

    It's all about the Meissner effect

    Science 12 11:10

  • SAP snuggles up to IBM and MS

    Signs deals, hires programmers

    Data Networking 12 11:23

  • MS drags Linspire back to court

    Wants €100,000 fine per day

    Operating Systems 12 11:26

  • Chinese youths trash Internet café

    Barred teens beat staff

    Media 12 11:40

  • PalmOne pledges to boost Treo shipments

    And Palm OS takes lead over Symbian, Windows

    Mobile 12 11:45

  • Wal-Mart attracts more RFID flak

    Consumer group up in arms over privacy

    Security 12 11:54

  • UK indies sign to Napster...

    ...as Wippit licenses Sony songs

    Media 12 12:40

  • Brits avoid MMS in droves

    Just not interested, it seems

    Mobile 12 13:15

  • Captain Cyborg terrorises UK conference

    Gives speech on, er, speechless communication

    Bootnotes 12 14:07

  • 'Spam King' gets restraining order against SpamCop

    Temporary gag

    Security 12 14:08

  • Cadence finds Intel's missing Fister

    Captain Itanic takes on CEO role

    Servers 12 14:14

  • Competition good for broadband - OECD

    Splendid

    Broadband 12 15:08

  • On MS, GeCAD, lead hats and perlite

    Oh, and X-rays, too

    Letters 12 15:12

  • Microsoft treads softly on compliance

    Touchy-feely approach backed with big stick

    Software 12 15:38

  • Napster gags university over RIAA's student tax

    No free music. No free speech

    Media 12 17:40

  • Can Veritas shift from dove to hawk?

    Growing pains

    Servers 12 18:11

  • Picture messaging: Peace and love breaks out

    GSM and CDMA camps agree on MMS interop

    Mobile 12 19:50