17th June 2004 Archive

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  • Court clips DirecTV piracy suits

    'No practical effect'

    Media 17 00:33

  • Doom-mongers forecast Y2K gloom

    17 June 1999

    Bootnotes 17 08:33

  • Eidos issues profit warning

    Vietnam blockbuster held back to September

    Financial News 17 09:25

  • Sprint to axe 1,100 jobs

    Competitive market blamed

    Financial News 17 09:45

  • Voice has peaked, the future is data

    That's entertainment

    Mobile 17 09:48

  • Papers plan digital music moves

    Broadsheets, tabloids talk to labels, suppliers

    Financial News 17 10:50

  • HMV iPods not compatible with store's music downloads

    'Significant' upgrade imminent

    Financial News 17 10:56

  • 321 Studio moots bankruptcy

    Death is one way to escape the lawsuits

    Media 17 11:20

  • Fujitsu Software gets serious outside of Japan

    Stealth marketing

    Applications 17 11:25

  • 'Spam King' Richter get legal roasting

    Tinned meat giant turns up the legal heat

    Security 17 11:35

  • Unions say 'no' to BT break-up

    Technically complex, politically insane

    Broadband 17 11:36

  • Munich embraces the penguin

    Troubled LiMux project will go ahead

    Operating Systems 17 11:37

  • RISC OS rights rumble becomes war of words

    System builders suspend shipments

    Channel 17 11:52

  • Thieves lift PCs from security show

    Asia Securitex 2004 - safe as houses

    Bootnotes 17 12:11

  • Tablet PCs struggle for acceptance

    Much-hyped but largely unloved

    PCs 17 12:52

  • Home Office caned over immigration visa blunders

    We need the computers to run it because we can't...

    Media 17 12:53

  • Nine PCs stolen from NHS hospital

    Confidential patient data takes a walk

    Security 17 12:55

  • Spam poetry reaches new artistic heights

    Crestfallen, thousand years waiting

    Security 17 13:15

  • The BBC, the lost tape and the 6-foot fridge

    An mp3 comedy classic

    Bootnotes 17 13:45

  • Intel to EOL Mobile P4 in Q1 2005

    Sources confirm chip maker's plan

    Channel 17 13:55

  • BT's Wi-Fi technology faces courts trial

    All rise

    Broadband 17 13:59

  • Proxim, Intel to develop WiMax reference kit

    End-user equipment

    Broadband 17 14:40

  • US extends biometric passports deadline

    One year's grace

    Media 17 16:15

  • Napster gives away MP3 players

    Profits are for losers

    Personal 17 22:44