17th November 2004 Archive

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  • HP redeems pride with strong Q4

    Billion dollar printer profit steadies the ship

    Business 17 00:31

  • MPAA wants parents, teachers to rat on their kids

    Doing the dirty work

    Media 17 00:35

  • Arafat worm exploits new MS vuln

    Novel infection technique

    Security 17 09:15

  • Online Xmas shopping puts business 'at risk'

    Trojans, spam and viruses all in Santa's sack

    Small Biz 17 09:21

  • China's IT: an inside outsider's view

    Insight into piracy rates

    Letters 17 09:32

  • UK data protection laws are 'chaotic'

    DPA terms 'must be tightened'

    Management 17 10:21

  • Pulp Fiction writer sues Microsoft over virtual yoga

    'Everyone be cool, this is a robbery'

    Developer 17 10:23

  • Iomart posts maiden profit

    Congrats

    Financial News 17 11:10

  • Don't hit the computer, it won't change channels!

    It makes me so angry!

    PCs 17 11:14

  • Trigger-happy surfers pop a cap in Bambi's ass

    Virtual white hunter, black heart

    Media 17 11:16

  • Computers make you blind: official

    Add glaucoma to the threat list

    PCs 17 11:17

  • PeopleSoft battle enters last lap

    Shareholders split on what to do

    Applications 17 11:33

  • Chinese 3G may follow Europe

    European standard preferred...

    Mobile 17 11:44

  • Are you a mobe-hating foot fetishist?

    Yes? Click here

    Bootnotes 17 12:05

  • mmO2 looks set for first ever dividend

    Earlier than expected

    Mobile 17 12:26

  • Deny All plots European expansion

    Application firewall push

    Security 17 12:31

  • Bulgarian seeks redress over gay pig

    Porker batting for the wrong side

    Science 17 12:46

  • Bristol Council ditches MS for Star Office

    Poster child public sector contract for open source

    Applications 17 12:47

  • US company fined for UK rogue dialler scam

    Watchdog growls

    Security 17 12:49

  • MPAA takes filesharers to court

    Seeking injunctions, and fines of $150k

    Media 17 13:01

  • NASA scramjet nudges Mach 10

    But does it have a future?

    Science 17 13:35

  • Motorola: 3G handsets selling like hot cakes

    Boom times ahead for WCDMA phones

    Mobile 17 14:09

  • Brits, broadband and smut

    We're the dirty old men of Europe

    Broadband 17 14:57

  • UK.gov launches technology five-year plan

    'Creating wealth from knowledge'

    Policy 17 15:08

  • eBayer punts Virgin Mary in grilled cheese sandwich

    Toasted simulacrum madness

    Media 17 15:25

  • 3 offers 'smallest, lightest' 3G handset

    NEC 338 goes on sale

    Mobile 17 15:27

  • Dutch snap world's largest digital photo

    Images fused into 2.5bn px monster

    Science 17 15:56

  • MS CRM wins hearts, minds, wallets

    Business is key, not technology

    Applications 17 16:24

  • UK 3G rollout targets 'too tough'

    Give us room for manoeuvre, says O2

    Mobile 17 16:29

  • Motorola buys MeshNetworks

    Connecting up the dots

    Mobile 17 17:23

  • ID card doubts - Blunkett blames dead German philosopher

    I think, therefore who am I?

    Media 17 18:41

  • Maxtor's revolving door brings in new Prez and COO

    They come, they go

    Storage 17 18:56

  • Piracy funds terror, Guardian lesson tells schools

    Balanced discussion of copyright issues begins

    Media 17 18:59

  • Register backs Blunkett drive for trust in government

    Bye then, David...

    Media 17 23:22