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30th September 2004 Archive

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  • Motorola E398 mobile phone

    The best-sounding music phone yet?

    Reviews 30 08:32

  • Kimble plans 'Ultimate Rally'

    Fantasist's latest venture

    Business 30 08:54

  • Sony apes Apple with coloured music players

    NW-HD update gets iPod Mini colour scheme

    Mobile 30 09:02

  • Siemens picks Intel for 3D medical imaging

    Do you have Intel on your insides?

    Science 30 09:06

  • DVD Forum finalises HD DVD-RW disc spec

    Unveils high-def format's logo, too

    Storage 30 09:40

  • LA warspammer guilty as charged

    Six months' can for CAN-SPAM man?

    Broadband 30 10:01

  • Hello Ogo : IM a-go-go

    Compact kit for the thumb-generation

    Mobile 30 10:03

  • Apple to open 'borderless' Euro music store

    Questions company's 'one country, one store' restriction

    Financial News 30 10:09

  • Kingston Comms buys Eclipse Internet

    Look what £12.5m will buy

    Broadband 30 10:21

  • Linksys sends corporate WLAN standard home

    Punts 802.11a kit at gamers, multi-room music streamers

    Broadband 30 10:55

  • PNY broadcasts to reseller nation

    High-end graphics cards looking for a home

    The Channel 30 10:59

  • Killer hamster ices owner

    Warning: no IT angle

    Bootnotes 30 11:01

  • Bulldog airbrushes 'Best Broadband ISP' logo

    ISPA leans on Bulldog

    Broadband 30 11:10

  • US Navy cuts ELF radio transmissions

    Environmentalists welcome decision

    Science 30 11:34

  • Free info for London visitors

    Shape of things to come

    Mobile 30 12:14

  • NTL tunes in to video-on-demand

    Roll-out begins next year

    Broadband 30 12:21

  • In Electric Larryland, the stones have secrets

    Oracle boss Ellison auditioned bathroom boulders

    Bootnotes 30 12:30

  • Oz police arrest 200 in net child porn crackdown

    Police officers and doctors among those held

    Media 30 12:50

  • L-mail offers snail mail web interface

    Deliver the letter, the sooner the better

    Financial News 30 13:16

  • Will the US election matter to the IT sector?

    Only slightly if at all

    Policy 30 13:26

  • US judge raises bar on net privacy

    People 2: Ashcroft 0

    Media 30 13:39

  • Microsoft FAT patent rejected

    Back to the Drawing™ Board™

    Developer 30 13:42

  • From soup to nuts with Microsoft’s collaboration chief

    Anoop Gupta

    Applications 30 13:54

  • Tiscali UK blames spamfest for sluggish email

    All sorted soon

    Broadband 30 14:42

  • India next in line for cut-down XP

    The roll-out rolleth

    System Builder 30 14:44

  • MS EC appeal kicks off

    'The bell once rung cannot be unrung'

    Operating Systems 30 14:48

  • Old-timers squeeze $300m out of IBM

    $1.1bn to go

    Management 30 14:49

  • Sophos in porn dialler row with UK developer

    Bowling for Coulomb

    Security 30 14:53

  • People still thick despite internet

    e-learning? Never heard of it, mate

    Media 30 14:56

  • mmO2 ups sales forecasts

    UK doing better than expected

    Mobile 30 15:23

  • Iceland's net traffic plummets, following P2P raids

    12 Bjorked

    Media 30 15:41

  • UK firm plans space tug for satellite rescues

    Life extender

    Science 30 15:44

  • World chip sales flat in August

    Inventory corrections put pressure on vendors

    Financial News 30 16:24

  • France crowned Europe's LLU Prince

    UK still unbundling pleb

    Broadband 30 16:27

  • Australia bans Manhunt

    Bloody video game spiked after 11 months on store shelves

    Consoles 30 16:47

  • HP kills slow-selling marketing miracle

    UDC - Years ahead of its time, purpose and cost

    Servers 30 18:00

  • New desktop Java - come and get it

    J2SE hits 1.5

    Developer 30 18:08

  • 8GB Flash for a grand

    Writing on the wall

    Storage 30 18:14

  • RFID promoter can't stand being tracked

    Don't look at me looking at you

    The Channel 30 23:15