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14th January 2005 Archive

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  • Amazon CEO chooses nowhere for space program

    Jeff, there's a tumbleweed in your thruster

    Bootnotes 14 02:51

  • European workers say outsourcing is good ...

    ... says survey by outsourcing company

    Management 14 05:27

  • A new tool In the spam war

    Call in the arbitrators!

    Security 14 05:29

  • Macworld: Spotlight, trinkets, mark-ups, and middle-class angst

    Our show roundup

    Mac Channel 14 08:23

  • Malware, spam prompts mass net turn off

    Hitting ecommerce - report

    Financial News 14 10:12

  • Ofcom ponders open UWB spectrum

    Tell us what you think, Ofcom asks

    Broadband 14 10:16

  • FIFA to trial micro-chipped football

    Roy Carroll's nemesis

    Science 14 10:19

  • Cybermachines to take over government IT projects?

    What is the world coming to?

    Letters 14 10:22

  • IBM shunts NTL tech support jobs to India

    Cost-cutting

    Management 14 10:27

  • Worm plays Tetris with victims

    Old game with unpleasant twist

    Security 14 10:30

  • Pachyderm Picasso raises $7k for tsunami relief

    Painting elephant's eBay success

    Bootnotes 14 10:32

  • Elpida preps low-amp DDR SDRAM for portables

    Super Self-refresh

    System Builder 14 10:41

  • Apple said to ship PowerBook G5 in Q2 2005

    iBooks too, maybe

    Mac Channel 14 10:59

  • eBay scammer indicted for $66k fraud

    Sold electronic kit, pocketed cash

    Media 14 11:30

  • Chaintech readies Nvidia 6600 AGP board

    Replacement for FX5900 series

    System Builder 14 11:44

  • eBay Hawaiian skull vendor avoids jail

    Community service, $10k fine plus apology

    Media 14 11:50

  • Sony PSP to ship in UK on 18 March - Amazon

    Online retailer names a date

    Consoles 14 12:00

  • Guidelines for FOIA stragglers

    Freedom of - what was that?

    Management 14 12:02

  • Apple patches 'highly critical' iTunes bug

    Playlist peril

    Security 14 12:10

  • Jail looms for camera phone users

    Caught in court

    Mobile 14 12:24

  • US wireless strategy attracts flak

    New body resists increased state regulation

    Mobile 14 12:26

  • Economist rekindles open access chip debate

    An unlikely open source champion

    System Builder 14 12:27

  • Astronomers spy proto-planetary hit-and-run

    Have you seen this planetesimal?

    Science 14 13:00

  • Pipex approaches 200k broadband punters

    Been a good year

    Broadband 14 14:29

  • Texas sues student 'spammer' for $2m

    World's 'fourth worst' junk emailer

    Security 14 14:31

  • Aussie ambulances to get Wi-Fi

    Meat wagons hitched to wireless bandwagon

    Broadband 14 14:31

  • Toilet brush secures stupid warning label crown

    Important! Do not read this story

    Bootnotes 14 14:35

  • BOFH: Where the hell have you been?

    Uh... Holiday?

    BOFH 14 14:36

  • BT's broadband service crashes and burns

    Massive network failure hits business punters

    Broadband 14 15:31

  • FBI blew $170m on doomed IT upgrade

    'Virtual Case File' project finally ditched

    Policy 14 15:46

  • Huygens probe alive and kicking

    Titan mission looking hopeful

    Science 14 16:13

  • Verizon persists with European email blockade

    Unsplendid isolation

    Broadband 14 16:17

  • Intel delays death of 100MHz Pentium

    Ten-year-old chip survives a little longer

    System Builder 14 16:48

  • HP unites golden printer biz and gimpy PC unit

    Ink to the rescue

    PCs 14 17:41

  • New York fumes over online loss of ciggy taxes

    Web puffers must pay up

    Media 14 19:54

  • Huygens lands on Titan, and the data floweth

    Moon rivers?

    Science 14 21:59

  • Infineon issues profit warning

    Dollar doldrums

    Financial News 14 22:17

  • Small.biz urged to adopt 'professional' email addresses

    ... by email address supplier

    Small Biz 14 22:38

  • Oracle and the culling of the 5,000

    Soylent Green is Peoplesoft?

    Applications 14 22:58