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24th November 2004 Archive

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  • DIY fingerprint idea thwarts ID thieves

    Thumbs up

    Security 24 07:59

  • Fraudsters recruit phishing middlemen

    Bogus job offers

    Security 24 08:00

  • New round of HP firings to cost $200m

    Eyes on the server and storage teams

    Financial News 24 08:01

  • Deregulation lobby scores UK KO

    Spectrum free-for-all

    Mobile 24 08:03

  • ATI rolls out X300, X800 mobile GPUs

    Both PCI-E, but only one is a latest-generation part

    System Builder 24 09:16

  • MS rewards reformed critic with $10m

    CCIA president trousers a packet

    Business 24 09:30

  • Get yer draconian Blunkett rhetoric here

    The home secretary gives forth

    Bootnotes 24 09:31

  • Cingular lays off 7,000

    Jobs cuts follow merger

    Mobile 24 09:54

  • Intel to retain top chip maker title on 04...

    ...but rivals are catching up fast

    Servers 24 09:54

  • How good is UK.gov at its own security agenda?

    Joined-up thinker wanted

    Media 24 10:30

  • Yahoo! - the thinking corporate's email solution

    No, really

    Broadband 24 10:39

  • Business Serve posts profit

    Eyes VoIP for future growth

    Broadband 24 10:46

  • Cisco market share slipping

    Juniper Networks on the up-and-up

    Financial News 24 10:47

  • Group voices concerns over synthetic technology

    Nanotech in the biological world

    Science 24 11:02

  • UK prof pioneers new LCD screen system

    Promises significantly cheaper flat displays

    Peripherals 24 11:10

  • Group Sense ships Palm slider-phone

    Xplore M28 targets Chinese market

    Mobile 24 11:36

  • Sony Network Walkman NW-HD1

    Beauty merely skin deep?

    Reviews 24 11:53

  • ID scheme, IT the key to Blunkett's new terror laws

    It all hangs together (cross fingers)

    Media 24 12:00

  • Telstra appoints itself Oz net censor

    Hijacks requests for gay porn website

    Business 24 12:13

  • HP confirms plans for Blu-ray

    Drives in PCs and media centres from 2005

    Storage 24 12:29

  • Citrix buys Net6

    SSL VPN play

    Security 24 12:37

  • Dixons to offer Philips Wi-Fi PCs

    Freeline range to serve content to Streamium AV kit

    Broadband 24 12:38

  • Stelios to hop into bed with T-Mobile

    Serial entrepreneur plans discount mobilephoneco

    Mobile 24 12:41

  • Tony Blair to face SMS inquisition

    Live mobe chat room session tomorrow

    Mobile 24 12:42

  • Scientists spot really, really big black hole

    More energy than 20 trillion suns

    Science 24 12:47

  • Telefónica UK ditches narrowband

    It's broadband or nada from 16 Dec

    Broadband 24 13:07

  • How MS will end the Dell - Intel love-in

    Mr Bill delivers AMD

    Servers 24 13:37

  • Italian Senate in gay porn worm attack outrage

    Mamma Mia!

    Security 24 13:40

  • UK wireless watchdog to 'open' 72% of public spectrum

    Few new frequencies to be de-regulated, though

    Mobile 24 13:44

  • Dutch actress to authenticate breasts online

    No implants up top, insists Playboy model

    Media 24 14:03

  • No winding-up order for Gio Internet

    So claims NetServices amid ongoing dispute

    Broadband 24 16:08

  • UK.gov in scrap over school e-register patent

    Confusion reigns despite court ruling

    Policy 24 16:09

  • iPod gains ghettoblaster accessory

    And Dension updates its in-car iPod adaptor

    Mac Channel 24 16:23

  • Career database 'wide open' to hijacking

    22 million profiles allegedly at risk

    Security 24 16:25

  • Huygens probe gets clean bill of health

    Fit and ready for Titan

    Science 24 16:49

  • Poison applet peril affects IE, Opera and Firefox

    Java security unplugged

    Security 24 17:03