6th July 2004 Archive

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  • Virgin Mobile gives it up for charity

    One per cent of profits for good causes

    Mobile 06 08:08

  • BMG to punt cheap, no-frills CDs

    German bid to extinguish home burning

    Media 06 08:31

  • Fujitsu unveils Wi-Fi PDA

    Japanese version of the Pocket Loox 700?

    Mobile 06 08:59

  • Sapphire Radeon X800 Pro

    ATI's mainstream chip arrives in retail-land

    Reviews 06 09:45

  • Baltimore showdown underway

    Shareholder vote

    Financial News 06 09:49

  • Internet set to bring down society

    6 July 1999

    Media 06 09:50

  • Hey, where'd my porn go?

    Vodafone's filtering not a big hit with Reg readers

    Letters 06 10:09

  • China disowns IPv9 hype

    Mystery protocol isn't taking over China, after all

    Data Networking 06 10:37

  • IBM denies spiking fab cancer study

    Editor cries foul as journal publisher drops report

    Management 06 10:50

  • C&W launches VoIP for UK.biz

    Forecasts 25 per cent savings...

    Broadband 06 10:59

  • eBayers go ape for Reagan funeral accessories

    Over $66,000 bid

    Financial News 06 11:01

  • Patriot 'Blue-on-Blue': the plot thickens

    CBS indicates US military cover-up

    Science 06 11:03

  • Get MySQL Certified for less

    30% off essential study guide

    Site News 06 11:10

  • Data federation and the police

    Consolidation is not the answer

    Applications 06 12:21

  • Irish programmer lifts MSDN security crown

    Snags $10,000 grand prize

    Security 06 12:24

  • Ofcom appoints Last Mile adjudicator

    Local loop unbundling. Here we go again

    Broadband 06 12:30

  • We name new Dr Who intergalactic übervillain

    Terrifying robotic entity unveiled

    Bootnotes 06 12:31

  • Deutsche Telekom to unite 'half the world's Wi-Fi hotspots'

    But when?

    Broadband 06 13:02

  • Bagle source code unleashed

    Tools for s'kiddies

    Security 06 13:22

  • Dell ships first Euro Linux business PCs

    Indirectly

    Channel 06 13:33

  • Putting the 'vision' in Macrovision

    CEO Bill Krepick gives forth

    Financial News 06 14:24

  • Hatch's Induce Act comes under fire

    Congressman Boucher weighs in, guns blazing

    Media 06 14:25

  • Academy backs 'pirate-proof' tech for Oscar samplers

    But will movie biz bite?

    Media 06 14:26

  • Cisco manual goes online for free

    Self-publishing is go

    Data Networking 06 14:35

  • So why does Vodafone filter block Sky News?

    Questions. Questions

    Mobile 06 14:56

  • Veritas lowers Q2 forecast. Investors lower Veritas

    Unpatriotic blame cast on US

    Financial News 06 15:03

  • IT services vendors bask in sunny quarter

    Recovery continues in Q2 2004

    Data Centre 06 15:04

  • Brits fear online shopping

    Don't fear the Web, it is your friend...

    Financial News 06 15:08

  • UK train firm rolls out Wi-Fi to all travellers

    Wireless Internet no longer a First Class privilege

    Broadband 06 15:56

  • Acquisitor takes control of Baltimore

    Coup d'etat

    Financial News 06 16:24

  • HP moots handheld PC comeback

    Tide turning towards portable form factor?

    Mobile 06 16:25

  • Astronomers probe star wrapped in comets

    Tau Ceti dubbed 'Asteroid Alley'

    Science 06 16:26

  • BOFH: Addressing the Computer Usage Policy

    Shredders at the ready

    BOFH 06 16:32

  • An IT director's lot is not a happy one

    Tense, nervous headache

    Management 06 16:57

  • Open source miracle horse stuns MS Japan

    It's an immaculate OpenOffice gestation

    Applications 06 19:54

  • The CD roars back from the dead

    Funny that, it never went away

    Financial News 06 21:50