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23rd June 2004 Archive

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  • Google demotes Coca Cola jingle

    Saving the world now hidden in IPO prospectus

    Financial News 23 00:26

  • Microsoft, Apple snub consumer freedom coalition

    DRM as a competitive advantage

    Media 23 04:07

  • Vote for who should run the UK's Internet

    Nominet board elections underway

    Media 23 08:01

  • Broadband gets FCC chairman hot

    Get ready to consume

    Broadband 23 08:04

  • Apple iTunes Europe shifts 0.8m songs in first week

    Over half in the UK

    Financial News 23 08:56

  • Carlyle and Kyocera dig deep into DDI Pocket

    Handyphone investment

    Mobile 23 08:56

  • Oracle - Microsoft sales battles revealed in court

    Bill and Larry go toe-to-toe...

    Applications 23 09:04

  • Call centres 'bad for income and health'

    UNISON backs workers

    Management 23 09:12

  • Digital home group touts convergence spec

    Plug'n'Pray to come to hi-fis, DVD players etc.

    Personal 23 09:31

  • eBay buys Indian auction site

    Shells out $50m for Baazee.com

    Financial News 23 10:14

  • Mobile operators push next gen services

    You will learn to love picture messaging

    Mobile 23 10:17

  • Dixons profits up

    Euro expansion and 2,000 more jobs

    Financial News 23 10:29

  • Iomega debuts PC card slot drive

    23 June 1999

    Peripherals 23 10:30

  • Network Associates CEO denies sale rumours

    A denial? Must be true then...

    Security 23 10:32

  • Moore shows hi-fi styled 'home cinema' PC

    Audiophile orientation

    Channel 23 11:14

  • Beastie Boys CD installs virus

    Exploits autorun 'feature'

    Media 23 11:18

  • PCs throw nine sickies a year

    'I won't be in today - I got spammed last night'

    Security 23 11:20

  • Biometric DRM? You're kidding, right?

    RIAA master plan not a big hit

    Letters 23 11:29

  • RIAA sues 482 more unnamed file-sharers

    Settlement rate under 17.5 per cent

    Media 23 11:32

  • Make BT more transparent, say rival telcos

    No need to break up BT - yet

    Broadband 23 11:33

  • Telewest plagued by intermittent email probs

    Hard to nail down

    Broadband 23 11:34

  • UK.gov stuck in 'old economy' mindset

    Time to wake up and smell coffee, says Intellect

    Policy 23 11:40

  • Open sourcerers slam licensing slur

    And where's my Tiffany MP3?

    Letters 23 13:09

  • Big six unite to can spam

    Holy alliance issues statement of intent

    Security 23 13:13

  • SBC plans über-network

    Fibre optic 'super-high-speed broadband'

    Broadband 23 13:16

  • Fine Telstra AUS$100m, rival ISP demands

    And beat it with a stick for broadband price nobble

    Broadband 23 13:22

  • 'Son of Patriot' hits Basildon

    Essex welcomes Javelin missile plant

    Bootnotes 23 13:55

  • Dutch e-voting software goes open source

    Public scrutiny

    Policy 23 14:44

  • Virgin Digital sets US, UK debut dates

    August and September, respectively

    Financial News 23 14:48

  • How safe is your medical record?

    Decide for yourselves, says UK.gov IT supremo

    Policy 23 14:59

  • Domain names come of age

    DNS is 21 years old

    Media 23 15:01

  • Hotmail bins email accounts on hearsay

    Delete first, ask no questions whatsoever

    Security 23 15:05

  • Oracle eyes Business Objects from afar

    Acquisition of hit-list target a remote possibility

    Applications 23 16:09

  • Spanish police smash €35m dialer scam

    Huge Internet fraud

    Media 23 16:26

  • Guantanamo Bay loses 'least worst place' status - Navy

    Photoshop chop

    Media 23 20:46

  • Comdex canned

    And nobody notices

    Business 23 22:22

  • Seagate gets litigious with small hard drive rival

    Calls Cornice to court

    Storage 23 23:01

  • HP's OpenView set for identity showdown

    TruLogica baked in

    Business 23 23:01