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30th July 2004 Archive

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  • Deutsche Telekom Passport hole exposes 120,000

    Temporarily closed

    Security 30 07:45

  • IBM shuffles top execs

    Musical chairs

    Data Centre 30 07:57

  • Bsquare axes WinXP GSM handheld

    Sold too few, cost too much

    Mobile 30 09:07

  • Elitegroup lets slip 2.13GHz Pentium M details

    And the 1.3Mp digicam-equipped notebook it will be used in

    Channel 30 09:41

  • 64-bit WinXP set-back forced Intel to delay 4GHz P4?

    Pentium 4 580 now set for Q1 2005 debut

    Channel 30 10:09

  • 180solutions answers pop-up charges

    Right to reply

    Letters 30 10:15

  • BT shaves a quid off VoIP service

    'Better value' for punters

    Broadband 30 10:22

  • Sasser kid blamed for viral plague

    70 per cent of activity down to one teenager

    Security 30 10:26

  • GameCube sales leap doubles Nintendo Q2 profits

    Lower prices push Cube shipments up 712%

    Financial News 30 10:35

  • DNA codebreaker Francis Crick dies at 88

    Adieu to Nobel prize winner

    Science 30 10:39

  • Real fires back at Apple in DRM dogfight

    Company is 'Compaq' to Apple's 'IBM'

    Media 30 11:07

  • US green-lights Sony BMG merger

    Implementation starts Monday

    Financial News 30 11:18

  • Telewest brags of record broadband sign-ups

    New entry-level product fingered for success

    Broadband 30 11:56

  • IE patch 'imminent'

    Download.Ject fix less than a fortnight away

    Security 30 12:23

  • Intel 'Nocona' Xeon to get 'no execute' support

    Core update due late September

    Servers 30 12:43

  • Canadian pomp rock tops Reg music poll

    Cue Rush for the exits

    Bootnotes 30 12:56

  • Wi-Fi Alliance cracks down on ‘standards-plus’ kit

    Better late than never

    Broadband 30 13:39

  • Apple - Moto ‘iPhone’ deal full of promise...

    ... and unanswered questions

    Mobile 30 13:41

  • AMD Sempron desktop CPU

    As exciting as the speculation suggested?

    Channel 30 13:42

  • US cyberstalker pleads guilty

    Used PC 'to annoy, abuse, threaten and harass'

    Media 30 13:45

  • The battle for email privacy

    You've got company

    Security 30 13:57

  • Your data online: safe as houses

    In an earthquake

    Media 30 13:59

  • ID cards: a bad idea, but we'll do it anyway

    The Select Committee reports

    Media 30 14:35

  • Sysadmins need love too. No, really

    Celebrate System Administrator Appreciation Day

    Management 30 14:49

  • US.gov plans DES's retirement

    Pipe and slippers for venerable algorithm

    Security 30 15:15

  • Researcher ups world mobile sales forecast

    But warns component shortages may yet spoil things

    Mobile 30 15:26

  • HK customs seize £600k fake mobile phone kit

    Bound for Argentina

    Mobile 30 15:43

  • Segways are brilliant, you idiots

    Whatever you say...

    Letters 30 15:45

  • The Segway: glorified scooter or democracy on wheels?

    The People must decide

    Bootnotes 30 15:47

  • Alcatel offloads telecoms fraud biz to India

    Subex Systems coughs up $3m

    Security 30 15:53

  • NYT writer challenges Reg hack to hobby-horse race

    Remember that happy Wi-Fi user?

    Letters 30 16:05

  • IBM preps new Xeon kit, returns to iSCSI game

    Hardware love for LinuxWorld

    Servers 30 17:09

  • Microsoft makes up for 64-bit delays with OS upgrade plan

    Buy now, address more memory later

    Operating Systems 30 21:14

  • Cray pours Red Drizzle over anxious investors

    Anxiety upgrade

    Servers 30 22:23