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27th July 2004 Archive

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  • Microsoft gives Japanese watchdog the brushoff

    See you in court

    Software 27 00:00

  • HP boots ServerWorks with new Xeon kit

    64-bit ProLiant charge

    Servers 27 01:27

  • Apple licenses iTunes to Motorola

    Music Store to feed phones

    Mobile 27 08:43

  • Intel: common Xeon, Itanic chipset by 2007

    One ring to rule them all...

    Servers 27 08:57

  • Outbreak of RFID tagging at medical facilities

    New York and Mexico City affected

    Broadband 27 08:58

  • Orange buoys France Telecom results

    And don't forget Wanadoo...

    Financial News 27 09:15

  • Elpida to mass-produce DDR 2 in August

    Prices to fall?

    Channel 27 09:22

  • The J2EE Tutorial - complete guide

    Give yourself a head start and save 30%

    Site News 27 09:28

  • Punters trade privacy for personalisation

    Fair trade no robbery

    Financial News 27 09:39

  • Yahoo! offers phone photo upload

    Storage for phone piccies

    Mobile 27 09:42

  • BT chops cost of UK Wi-Fi access

    But it's still more expensive here than the US

    Broadband 27 09:54

  • HP rolls out Wi-Fi PDA phone

    h6315 here at last, along with five other models

    Mobile 27 10:22

  • S&P revises Nokia outlook

    From stable to negative...

    Financial News 27 10:39

  • 11 year-old-kids free to gamble online

    What are the odds on that?

    Financial News 27 10:44

  • Senate backs visa waiver extension

    One year to comply

    Security 27 10:47

  • Red Hat hit with class action (No.2)

    These investments could go up as well as down - if they go down we'll sue

    Financial News 27 10:50

  • Computacenter signs 3PAR for utility play

    Storage gig

    Storage 27 11:05

  • One.Tel touts cheap biz mobile calls

    Diddle-ee etc.

    Small Biz 27 11:35

  • We're all MyDoomed

    On the Google-bashing Zombie virus

    Security 27 11:41

  • Microsoft meets EC judge

    Informal meeting to suspend penalties

    Operating Systems 27 11:43

  • US Navy buys IBM supercomputer

    The military machine

    Servers 27 11:47

  • Verizon dangles cheap VoIP for US land grab

    Data freedom

    Data Networking 27 12:36

  • Ex-ISP boss in legal challenge over unpaid bonus

    'I just want what's owed to me'

    Management 27 13:11

  • eBay denies South Africa 419 hacking report

    'Completely false'

    Financial News 27 13:14

  • Alert over invoices from 'Domain Registry Services'

    Nominet UK issues warning

    Financial News 27 13:32

  • EMC makes Documentum 'storage-aware'

    Push your content around with ILM policies

    Storage 27 14:07

  • Screen Select signs up Wanadoo and Dixons

    Land grab for online DVD rental market continues...

    Financial News 27 14:11

  • Spamming for Dummies

    A cautionary tale

    Security 27 15:01

  • Emergency advice parody misses Gov UK funny bone

    Duck and cover!

    Policy 27 15:35

  • Microsoft Office 2003 gets first service pack

    SP1 for Office 2003

    Applications 27 15:40

  • Rampant capitalism upsets delicate Reg reader

    Sort of. And something about dog chips...

    Letters 27 16:00

  • Sloppy businesses fingered by phone recording service

    Don't fob us off, OK

    Small Biz 27 16:05

  • Sun targets HP-UX and Windows with software subs

    Who needs Intel Inside?

    Servers 27 16:53

  • Forgotten language enables nonstop gadgets

    Smalltalk, in a very small machine

    Applications 27 16:53

  • America - a nation of corporate email snoops

    Big Brother's Little Brother

    Security 27 17:16

  • US Navy preps 'Gestapo' server removal

    Bill Clinton on the offensive

    Media 27 20:20

  • Intel's CEO gets blunt about poor execution

    Shape up . . . or else

    Financial News 27 22:28

  • DRM begins to work its magic

    How the music biz can sell our old stuff as new, all over again

    Media 27 22:29