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15th September 2004 Archive

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  • Good, old database carries Oracle higher in Q1

    Apps biz sinks

    Applications 15 00:32

  • Microsoft warns of poisoned picture peril

    JPEG of Death

    Security 15 07:39

  • Chaintech ships first i915 mobo

    Part pitched at 'digital home' PCs

    System Builder 15 08:23

  • US loses 400,000 IT jobs

    Most of them after the recession ended

    Management 15 08:34

  • TDC buys Song

    Pan-Scandy telco a step nearer

    Financial News 15 08:45

  • Group Sense readies Palm OS 5.4 smart phone

    Nokia-size screen, slide-out keyboard

    Mobile 15 08:55

  • Online poker ace scores £4,500 - per week

    Maths graduate on a nice little earner

    Financial News 15 09:27

  • PwC: software patents threat to Europe

    Few prepared for consequences

    Developer 15 10:32

  • Contractors need red tape knowledge

    It's not like the 90s now, you know...

    Small Biz 15 10:36

  • Norfolk man in French car bomb terror ordeal

    Sobbing dad held suspect device for four hours

    Bootnotes 15 10:43

  • Amazon feels pointy end of software patenting

    BTG sues others, too

    Developer 15 10:47

  • ISPA 'snubs' million UK net users

    More grief over industry awards

    Broadband 15 10:49

  • Raising the Linux Standard

    Base mettle

    Servers 15 10:50

  • World's largest ID theft felon faces 14 years' jail

    Help desk technician pleads guilty to $50m scam

    Security 15 11:08

  • Small.biz in the dark over IT skill levels

    Skill bill

    Small Biz 15 11:18

  • PCCW opens kimono (a little) on UK broadband wireless plans

    Radio On

    Broadband 15 11:56

  • T-Mobile to battle iPod with music smart phone

    Nice handset, shame about the storage capacity

    Mobile 15 12:15

  • Amstrad unveils £99 videophone

    Prepares to enter broadband era with Wi-Fi adaptor

    Broadband 15 12:47

  • Eidos plunges into red

    Takeover talks still on

    Financial News 15 13:31

  • OFT urged to investigate 'rip-off' iTunes

    Live in the UK? Then pay more

    Financial News 15 13:37

  • Austrians silence jibbering supermarket trolleys

    A victory for humanity

    Bootnotes 15 13:54

  • VIA offers hard disk data scrub code

    Truly erase deleted confidential data

    Storage 15 13:55

  • JP Morgan eats IBM outsourcing contract

    IBM gets insourced...

    Management 15 14:00

  • UK school cans 'world-beating' biometric scanner

    Couldn't stand the pace

    Security 15 14:04

  • Hitachi readies notebook Serial ATA hard drives

    Handy for blade servers, too

    Storage 15 14:11

  • Brazil 'tops cybercrime league'

    Cybergeddon or cyberFUD?

    Security 15 14:26

  • Cell chip development 'almost done' - Toshiba

    Massively parallel processor to 'change the world'

    Consoles 15 14:51

  • Siemens launches iPod-styled camera phone

    More about photography than phonography

    Mobile 15 15:21

  • Brit workers are 'apathetic and unskilled'

    Details here if you can be bothered

    Management 15 15:39

  • Blair reveals some games 'unsuitable' for kids

    That's why the law already bans their sale to minors, Tony...

    Media 15 16:09

  • Insecurity downtime on the up

    Something else to worry about

    Security 15 16:20

  • Italians build biggest space window

    Room with a view

    Science 15 16:39

  • Immigration, police share data in trawl of 'crime hot-spots'

    Pretext + databases + mobile terminals. Yum.

    Media 15 18:39

  • Picture messaging - it's worse than you thought

    But might get better

    Mobile 15 19:33

  • Nation hangs up on mobile phones

    Lebanon protests excessive fees

    Mobile 15 19:35

  • Infineon pleads guilty to memory price-fixing

    Nailed for $160m

    Business 15 19:53

  • Wikipedia's Emergent People fail to impress readers

    No sympathy for the fiddlers

    Letters 15 20:27

  • Mozilla updates browsers after bug hunt

    Patch cycle

    Security 15 20:37