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30th November 2004 Archive

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  • Oracle to open Belfast office

    50 new jobs

    Applications 30 09:03

  • Judge dismisses IBM apartheid lawsuit

    Charges 'bordered on the frivolous'

    Management 30 09:36

  • MS patent claim redefines the Three Rs

    Reading, writing and, er, royalties?

    Developer 30 09:40

  • BT gets into film, TV and music

    The show must go on, Pierre

    Broadband 30 09:55

  • Reading Football Club turns computer dealer

    One way to pay the bills

    The Channel 30 10:28

  • Mobile fingers UK's thickest armed robber

    Mug shot on camera phone left at the scene

    Mobile 30 10:39

  • Eclipse punts entry-level 2Mb broadband

    'Similar to the German Autobahn'

    Broadband 30 10:51

  • Hate the Band Aid single? Click here

    Website offers solution to charity dilemma

    Bootnotes 30 10:55

  • Brain scans show difference between truth and lies

    Lies, damned lies and electronics

    Science 30 11:08

  • Sanyo makes UK 3G debut with Orange tie-in

    S750 slider phone boasts 320 x 240 LCD, 1.3Mp digicam

    Mobile 30 11:21

  • O2 to bring i-mode to UK in 2005

    Anticipated NTT DoCoMo deal signed

    Mobile 30 11:59

  • The American-speaker's guide to Proper English

    Pukka lingo, Blighty style

    Bootnotes 30 12:04

  • IEEE approves Japanese Wi-Fi spec

    'Universal' 802.11a kit comes closer

    Broadband 30 12:43

  • Seagate trumpets whitebooks for PC builders

    Money-making opportunity no. 101

    System Builder 30 12:48

  • PlusNet moves broadband hogs onto 'bad boy pipe'

    'Protecting network and consumers'

    Broadband 30 12:56

  • Sony to ship true MP3 HDD music player next month

    NW-HD3 finally supports popular format natively

    Mobile 30 13:56

  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC P150

    Fast, inexpensive and highly pocketable

    Reviews 30 14:24

  • DTI punts lean, mean science programme

    More cash, less red tape

    Science 30 14:35

  • New Zealand censor pulls Postal 2

    Gory game given nationwide sale ban

    Consoles 30 14:40

  • Sony coughs to PS2 shortage

    'It'll be lonely, this Christmas, without you to hold...'

    Consoles 30 15:13

  • Building disaster into the network: how UK.gov does IT

    Contracting out the blame...

    Data Networking 30 16:06

  • How's my coding? Dial: 0800 666 700

    User feedback from TechnoDepot

    Site News 30 16:12

  • Kazaa challenged over child porn control policy

    If it can boot off smut peddlers, it can boot off copyright infringers

    Media 30 16:22

  • North West biz buried in email blitz

    Publisher drops mailshot bomb

    Security 30 16:37

  • Cassini probe snaps Mimas

    Another stunning Saturn holiday pic

    Science 30 16:37

  • Trust your employees, says Microsoft

    Mobile working won't happen otherwise

    Management 30 17:11

  • HP replaces part of UDC with acquired OpenView package

    Moving on

    Servers 30 17:54

  • Anti-RFID outfit deflates Mexican VeriChip hype

    Only 18 volunteers to date

    Security 30 18:00

  • Sun begs partners to sell more Opteron servers

    Sell 25, get 1 free

    Servers 30 21:23