2nd June 2004 Archive

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  • SCO makes peace with BayStar

    Investor backs off backing off

    Operating Systems 02 03:14

  • RIM makes mobile gains while Palm, Sony and Dell falter

    Think global, warns analyst

    Mobile 02 03:55

  • Nvidia rejigs nForce 3 for AMD's Socket 939

    Ultra MCP supports latest Athlon 64s

    Channel 02 07:10

  • Tyan aims four-way Opteron board at supercomp makers

    Boasts Chinese 640-node cluster win

    Channel 02 07:11

  • Intel ships mobile Prescott P4s

    And a Pentium M-based Celeron

    Channel 02 07:15

  • Nvidia touts media access tool for 'living room' notebooks

    No-boot music, movies, photos

    Channel 02 07:19

  • Olympic telecoms struggling towards line?

    Athens infrastructure doubts

    Broadband 02 07:44

  • Sun goes back to the future with Metropolis

    W is for Workstation

    Servers 02 08:27

  • Cable & Wireless is not 'down and out'

    Back to paying a divi and everything...

    Broadband 02 09:10

  • Intel 'Nocona' details emerge on mobo display

    Asus spills the beans

    Servers 02 09:14

  • Intel slices up to 34% off server chip prices

    Xeon DP pruning ahead of Nocona launch

    Servers 02 09:14

  • Dialogue demos 'total wireless' sub-notebook

    Flybook even works as a tablet

    Mobile 02 09:20

  • Eircom profits up but turnover down

    Better margins

    Broadband 02 09:22

  • 3G roll-out to boost semiconductor market

    Spending will continue to rise

    Mobile 02 09:31

  • DB2 'Stinger' to pack powerful punch

    Float like a butterfly...

    Applications 02 09:40

  • NEC goes all out for China 3G market

    270m potential subscribers

    Mobile 02 09:43

  • Tele2 slips 3G into Sweden

    Offers free stuff to tempt punters

    Mobile 02 09:52

  • Revenge of the Zombie Bloodsucker PCs

    2 June 1999

    Bootnotes 02 10:11

  • Wi-Fi hotspots simply too expensive

    No return on investment, German study shows

    Broadband 02 10:32

  • Calling time on the £1 USB memory watch

    Last batch - ever

    Site News 02 10:54

  • NI outfit promos 2GB email service

    Tolkien site rings up email service too

    Broadband 02 11:00

  • Accenture wins $10bn Homeland Security gig

    Biometric database deal for offshore consortium

    Policy 02 11:05

  • Global Crossing gets $100m boost

    Big loan, strings attached

    Broadband 02 11:38

  • EU moves towards spectrum trading

    The radio waves, not the Sinclair

    Mobile 02 11:46

  • Germans claim first programmable computer

    Z3 goes head-to-head with Colossus

    Science 02 12:23

  • Converged networks find increasing favour

    Separate voice and data so last century

    Data Networking 02 12:26

  • UK boasts 4m broadband users

    Abandoning TV for fast Web action

    Broadband 02 13:48

  • Boys love games, girls love ringtones

    But neither gives a hoot for 3G

    Mobile 02 13:51

  • Nokia deploys 'wave messaging' mobile

    LEDs project SMS to astounded onlookers

    Mobile 02 15:05

  • AOL UK ticked off for 'exaggerated' ad claim

    Cheetahs

    Broadband 02 15:29

  • Attack of the bandwidth-hogging hackers

    Wi-Fi hotspot peril

    Broadband 02 15:31

  • NASA seeks Hubble robot rescue input

    Suggestions on a postcard by 16 July

    Science 02 16:09