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28th September 2004 Archive

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  • Claranet buys VIA NET.WORKS UK

    Consolidation

    Financial News 28 08:34

  • Nuke watchdog issues cybergeddon alert

    Plants at risk from hack attack

    Security 28 08:36

  • PalmOne to launch 'big RAM' Tungsten next week

    Cutting PDA prices, too

    Mobile 28 08:55

  • Progress pockets Persistence

    ObjectStore suitably EdgeXtended by acquisition

    Applications 28 09:20

  • The end of the internet is nigh

    Repent of your public networks, says web guru

    Data Networking 28 09:21

  • Freescale to launch 90nm PowerPC G4 today

    MPC7448 to take Apple notebooks to next level?

    Mac Channel 28 09:46

  • EC 'supports special interests of rivals' - Microsoft

    Degrading experience

    Operating Systems 28 09:58

  • Ofcom provokes unbundling battle

    Let slip the Bulldogs of war

    Broadband 28 10:07

  • Pregnant mobile user arrested for talking too loudly

    Knocked to the ground for good measure

    Mobile 28 10:13

  • IDC ups '04 PC sales forecast

    Businesses buying more as consumer growth slows

    Channel 28 10:19

  • Homechoice wakes up and smells the coffee

    IP TV operator's big plans

    Broadband 28 10:22

  • Microsoft ends free Hotmail access from Outlook

    Script-happy spammers to blame

    Security 28 10:32

  • Stinky socks get nanotech makeover

    A practical application, at last

    Science 28 10:35

  • Labour fingered for cyber 'dirty tricks campaign'

    'Cyberhypocrites!'

    Media 28 10:36

  • Learn how to Integrate Cisco and UNIX Network Architectures

    Save 30% on thousands of other great titles

    Site News 28 11:19

  • Michael Stipe demands ringtones for electric cars

    If you believe, they put a tune into vroom

    Bootnotes 28 11:21

  • Infinium Phantom delayed

    PC-based console misses '04 target

    Consoles 28 11:23

  • NTL takes control of Virgin.net

    Buys out Virgin Group

    Broadband 28 11:42

  • Reg Readers hail NTL abusive message

    Not so keen on 'spam-free' email plans

    Bootnotes 28 11:44

  • Terrorists grow fat on email scams

    Black helicopters scrambled

    Security 28 11:46

  • ATI readies 'Radeon Xpress' Athlon 64 chipset

    Coming next month, apparently

    Channel 28 11:53

  • Boffins boost DVD capacity tenfold

    Multiplex those pits

    Storage 28 12:49

  • Orange network wobbles after planned upgrade

    You taking the pith?

    Mobile 28 14:09

  • Xonix 256MB MP3 Watch

    An iPod on your wrist?

    Reviews 28 14:39

  • Microsoft offers cut-price cut-down Windows to Russians

    Almost as cheap as a pirated copy

    System Builder 28 15:01

  • UK firm fined £30K for dodgy software

    Car repairer lacks licenses...

    Applications 28 15:02

  • 10.48pm is best time to pull women: official

    XXX insights from mobile Q&A outfit

    Mobile 28 15:09

  • Amazon, Microsoft set legal dogs on phishers, spammers

    See you in court, chummy

    Security 28 15:16

  • Sony Vaio Pocket VGF-AP1L digital music player

    Does colour screen + touch-sensitive control pad = iPod killer?

    Reviews 28 15:40

  • GE Access changes name

    Image makeover

    The Channel 28 16:01

  • Cost cuts bear fruit for Northamber

    Profits up

    The Channel 28 16:29

  • Get ready for biometrics at work

    It's coming soon, IT directors says

    Management 28 16:43

  • Lexar device puts passwords at your fingertips

    Get friendly and secure with your USB port

    Security 28 16:48

  • Dell jumps on UK recycling bandwagon

    Retirement planning

    System Builder 28 17:02

  • The CD is king

    But you knew that already

    Financial News 28 17:17

  • RIAA hunts for Leader of the Pack

    Claim your royalties - or we'll keep them

    Financial News 28 17:19

  • Memo to Carly - HP customers need help!

    I ordered ProLiant servers, but all I got was this lousy fan

    Letters 28 18:03

  • Motorola sends 1,000 drones packing

    'Goodbye, Moto!'

    Management 28 22:19

  • Red Hat hates money, which makes it better than Sun

    Reg shill disgusts free software fans

    Letters 28 22:51