7th September 2004 Archive

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  • Microsoft sees sluggish PC growth ahead

    No repeat of fiscal 2004

    Financial News 07 09:07

  • ITNet makes loss, calls lawyers

    Cabinet Office blamed

    Financial News 07 09:10

  • Swansea IT strikers go marching on

    Workers' rally tomorrow

    Management 07 09:19

  • How to succeed with open source

    Discounted guide for IT managers

    Site News 07 09:30

  • AMD, Infineon to spend $200m on nanotech know-how

    Yet another Dresden plant

    Financial News 07 09:38

  • Online pharmacist jailed

    He won't need diet pills where he's going...

    Media 07 09:42

  • AMD heralds OS support for dual-core CPUs

    As Intel prepares to detail its own multi-core chips

    System Builder 07 10:07

  • Computacenter pulled down by France and Germany

    Price erosion

    The Channel 07 10:09

  • Mac users get Vodafone 3G data access

    Network offers Mac OS X drivers

    Mobile 07 10:36

  • Softbank snubbed in Japanese 3G allocation

    Mulls legal action

    Mobile 07 10:57

  • Call centres are a nightmare

    Press '3' to read this story or hold for a hack

    Broadband 07 11:08

  • DrinkorDie suspect to be 'extradited to US'

    Aussie rules (not)

    The Channel 07 11:13

  • Fuji gives photographers the two-finger salute

    Say cheese, then eff off

    Bootnotes 07 11:15

  • Hearing aids reach the internet

    'YES - ON THE INTERNET...'

    Financial News 07 11:49

  • Symbian sale drives Psion into the black

    One-off gains fuel turnaround

    Financial News 07 11:52

  • TiVo and Netflix 'team for movie downloads'

    Partnership brings Java full circle

    Financial News 07 12:01

  • Introducing the BOFH-brand internet café

    Or should that be 'Technology Centre'?

    BOFH 07 12:02

  • SurfControl rides spam tsunami

    Strong results, shares up

    Security 07 12:49

  • Stores slash PSX prices - report

    Almost 50 per cent off

    Consoles 07 13:11

  • PlusNet throws broadband 'lifeline' to ISPs

    Order through us, reduce wholesale cost

    Broadband 07 13:40

  • Nokia calls up RIM, again

    Pivotal role for email gateway

    Mobile 07 13:44

  • Colour laser printers = commodity

    Prices plunge

    Channel 07 13:50

  • Oracle's biz suite lumbers on stage

    Shipping in 60 days

    Data Centre 07 14:25

  • Keyboards are old - tap tables to send email

    Sensor system allows input from virtually anything

    Science 07 14:38

  • Seagate ups Q1 estimates

    Expects good quarter

    Financial News 07 14:45

  • Microsoft patents tabbing through a web page

    Just tab along to our IP licensing agreement...

    Developer 07 15:46

  • Wanadoo to build Dutch broadband network

    Incumbent too costly

    Broadband 07 15:49

  • McAfee AV ate my application

    False Trojan horse alert causes chaos

    Security 07 16:00

  • Wikipedia 'to make universities obsolete'

    Look out, Old Guard - it's the Khmer Rouge in nappies

    Media 07 16:33

  • Beastly Itanium delayed until Q4

    Slower, fatter

    Servers 07 18:32

  • IBM taps Emulex for cheap Fibre Channel

    Never mind the fabric, feel the price

    Storage 07 22:03

  • HDS aims virtual Lightning at EMC, IBM

    Discovers virtualisation just as everyone else is trying to forget it

    Storage 07 22:04

  • Intel plans for digital planet

    Think different, developers told

    Developer 07 22:12