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2nd July 2004 Archive

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  • Microsoft squares Minnesota class action

    Lawyers clear the decks

    Operating Systems 02 09:31

  • Chip biz breaks quarterly fab spend record

    Will 2004 see more spent on fabs than 2000's total?

    Channel 02 09:39

  • Post Office to offer 'me too' telco service

    C&W gets the gig

    Broadband 02 10:11

  • Telecom Italia slammed for spam hypocrisy

    Look who's talking

    Security 02 10:14

  • Intel: WiMAX in notebooks by 2006

    Wireless broadband goal restated

    Broadband 02 10:16

  • Compaq tunes into MP3

    2 July 1999

    Mobile 02 10:48

  • MSN search finds time loop

    And we find nudity on .nu, again

    Letters 02 10:51

  • Vulture fan spotted in Aberystwyth

    Do you know this woman?

    Site News 02 10:52

  • Maxtor to axe 400 workers

    Q2 profit warning

    Financial News 02 11:08

  • China snoops on text messages

    Stamping out out 'false political rumours'

    Mobile 02 11:54

  • Apple to ship next-gen iMac in September

    Conspiracy not cock-up

    Mac Channel 02 12:28

  • MS offers 57% price cut as Paris tilts to open source

    Ils ne passeront pas?

    Software 02 12:31

  • Sony Connect to launch 5 July, late

    And with only 500,000 songs

    Financial News 02 13:01

  • Mobiles in hospitals are safe, say doctors

    No they aren't, says DoH

    Mobile 02 13:22

  • BT to trial pay-as-you-go broadband

    Two-month market test

    Broadband 02 13:27

  • Software giants feel open source pressure

    War for developers escalates

    Developer 02 13:28

  • Java and DRM key to mobile ambitions

    European cellcos get with the platform

    Mobile 02 13:28

  • Team moots car alerts via SMS

    Ur brakes r shot. Pull ova

    Mobile 02 14:00

  • Washington sex blogger signs book deal

    And gets kit off for Playboy

    Bootnotes 02 14:45

  • Small.biz must embrace new technology

    Keep pace or die, says top TV pundit

    Small Biz 02 14:52

  • Boots deploys digital print kiosks

    Colour snaps 'in seconds'

    Peripherals 02 14:53

  • British geeks fly the flag at cup final

    Don't worry: there is no sport involved

    Developer 02 14:57

  • Phantom phone scam hits another village

    BT's roadside boxes fingered

    Media 02 14:59

  • Qualcomm claims victory in TI suit

    TI's claims dismissed

    Mobile 02 15:30

  • Scottish science gets £4.6m cash injection

    Exploiting 'commercial potential'

    Science 02 16:00

  • Enforcement is key to fighting cybercrime

    Leave law alone and feel more collars, MPs' report concludes

    Security 02 16:01

  • Megapixel camera phones will kill MMS

    It's a matter of quality, you see

    Mobile 02 16:01

  • Daleks boycott Dr Who

    Failure to NE-GO-TI-ATE!

    Bootnotes 02 16:02

  • Patents and the threat to open source

    Submarine attack on Linux, Apache, Tomcat et al?

    Operating Systems 02 16:02

  • US, UK and Australia sign anti-spam act

    Think global, act global

    Security 02 16:07

  • Aussie judge sets Kazaa trial date

    If parties can agree on access to crucial evidence

    Media 02 16:12

  • Microsoft half fixes serious IE vuln

    Download.Ject patches pending

    Security 02 17:07

  • Sun slips 'workstations that must not be named' on Web

    Becky Boxes due December

    Servers 02 18:18

  • HP issues apocalyptic Netscape HP-UX warning

    Get to Mozilla fast

    Security 02 19:08

  • Wireless cola gives USAF target practice

    Marketing people - Incoming!

    Mobile 02 20:59

  • Google sued over Orkut bug replication feature

    Your bugs are our IP

    Media 02 22:49