28th May 2004 Archive

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  • Itanium and Opteron show spotty sales

    Xeon unscarred by 64-bit rivals

    Servers 28 03:14

  • Are you a winner in the T-Mobile, Cingular spectrum swap?

    Merger fall-out: prices to rise

    Mobile 28 03:17

  • California votes for Google mail safeguards

    Landmark legislation

    Media 28 03:17

  • Dell flies the flag for Fibre Channel

    Lines up with EMC to give SCSI storage a good kicking

    Storage 28 08:20

  • Intel grabs 21 June for Grantsdale launch

    Alderwood, 775-pin Pentium 4s, too

    Channel 28 09:14

  • C&W buys Bulldog

    If you knew LLU, like Bulldog knew LLU

    Data Networking 28 09:16

  • IBM exec outlines MS plan to throttle...

    28 May 1999

    Channel 28 09:17

  • Ordering Pizza in 2019

    The future, with Blunkett's ID cards

    Letters 28 09:24

  • ATI may announce Axiom next week

    Alternative PCI Express graphics module to Nvidia's MXM

    Channel 28 10:12

  • Doctor Who fans applaud new assistant

    Get behind the sofa - it's Billie Piper

    Bootnotes 28 10:14

  • Intel to ship 64-bit Prescotts on 1 August

    For workstations, not desktops

    Channel 28 10:30

  • Secure router revenues are up - but for how long?

    Wanted: one disruptive vendor

    Data Networking 28 10:43

  • We salute Web antidote to 'Big Brother'

    Introducing 'Watching Paint Dry'

    Bootnotes 28 10:44

  • Buffalo spammer jailed

    Three-and-a-half to seven years for Mr Carmack

    Security 28 10:45

  • Software pirates stole my stealth plane

    So lay off Senator Alston, ok?

    Letters 28 11:09

  • iRiver readies 'PC-free' colour music, photo player

    H300 is its own USB host

    Mobile 28 11:14

  • Brits move into edible Colombian ant market

    E-commerce at its best

    Financial News 28 11:53

  • AMD pitches Athlon 64 at Media Center PC makers

    Wants more 64-bit games, too

    Channel 28 12:15

  • First 64-bit Windows virus sighted

    Rugrat poses no immediate risk

    Security 28 12:19

  • DoCoMo hunts for UK partner

    This i-mode thing is really good, really

    Mobile 28 12:29

  • Would you trade your password for chocolate?

    If yes, click here sharpish

    Security 28 12:29

  • NEC sub defrauds US gov

    'fesses up and pays fine

    Data Networking 28 12:38

  • A tag too far - Blunkett's satellite tracking plans

    UK becomes 'prison without bars'

    Media 28 13:06

  • Lindows wins some in the Netherlands

    Minor victory

    Operating Systems 28 14:25

  • Spamhaus assaults 'Great Wall of Spam'

    Spamhaus.cn open for business

    Security 28 14:56

  • TIA lives? Report lists US gov 'dataveillance' activities

    Multiple Total Information Awareness?

    Media 28 15:52

  • Mac OS X update fails to fix vulnerability

    Apple gives lessons in security mismanagement

    Security 28 16:37

  • Emergent cheese-sandwich detector enlisted in War on Terror

    How not to win

    Media 28 19:51

  • Online dating firm patents cupid's arrow

    TrueLove: patent pending

    Financial News 28 20:34

  • Web-cheat student to sue university

    They should have stopped him sooner, he says

    Media 28 20:36

  • Europe sticks up two fingers at ICANN budget

    You ain't getting the money, son

    Financial News 28 20:54