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1st March 2005 Archive

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  • Couple defeats Merrill Lynch's stock rating system

    $1m aberration

    Financial News 01 00:07

  • Intel confirms 64-bit Celeron scheme

    It's punching out Smithfields too

    PCs 01 00:38

  • ATI ships AGP-edition X850 XT graphics chip

    X800 XL too

    System Builder 01 01:51

  • Service levels more important than e-gov deadlines: survey

    Who'da thought it

    Policy 01 10:00

  • Getronics buys PinkRoccade

    Going Dutch

    Financial News 01 10:02

  • GlobalFlyer and Fossett take to the skies

    Around the world in 80 hours

    Science 01 10:05

  • Readers embrace napalm death

    Homemade explosives? Those were the days...

    Letters 01 10:25

  • HP whacks own storage software in favor of AppIQ

    Friend with benefits

    Storage 01 10:36

  • 15,000 jobs to go if Qwest/MCI gets green light

    Still, it would 'unlock value from each standalone firm'

    Broadband 01 10:56

  • China sends DVD royalties South

    We've got our own format, thanks

    Personal 01 11:11

  • MS launches online dating agency for dealers

    Desperately seeking distribution

    Channel 01 11:13

  • EC rebuffs Parliament's patent restart request

    Non!

    Developer 01 11:33

  • Real Madrid cries foul against online bookies

    Intellectual property clash

    Media 01 11:55

  • KPN to axe 1,750 jobs a year

    Restructuring for a simpler IP world

    Broadband 01 11:58

  • Yet another power failure hits Redbus

    Something 'blew up'

    Broadband 01 12:44

  • Send-Safe spam tool gang evicted by MCI

    Botnet utility made homeless

    Security 01 13:13

  • Sony Ericsson launches 'Walkman'

    It's ... a phone

    Mobile 01 14:03

  • Bagle variants served up with spam

    Trojan version goes into 'stealth mode'

    Security 01 14:35

  • Is the Mac Mini Apple's future 'smart' iPod Dock?

    Probe points to integrated player port

    Mac Channel 01 14:48

  • Sony Vaio VGN-FS115B 'Sonoma' notebook

    The latest technology - at a budget price

    Reviews 01 15:07

  • Ebbers recalls shock of discovering WorldCom fraud

    'No earthly idea that that would occur'

    Broadband 01 15:20

  • Clint sets Dirty Harry on spotty youths

    Go ahead punk - buy my game

    Bootnotes 01 15:48

  • Centerprise buys disaster recover firm

    Would you Adam and Eve it

    System Builder 01 15:59

  • Space is the place, says Esther Dyson

    Fly her to the moon. Please.

    Science 01 16:14

  • Hitachi hikes consumer disk production

    Taking the market an inch at a time

    Storage 01 16:27

  • Gartner trims chip forecast

    It'll get better before it gets really bad

    Personal 01 16:46

  • Redbus power failure - companies form group to voice concerns

    Still no word from Redbus

    Broadband 01 17:20

  • Insecure indexing risk dissected

    How did THAT get out?

    Security 01 17:32

  • Intel dual-core Smithfield to ship as Pentium D

    HyperThreading dropped

    PCs 01 20:11

  • Intel details twin 'desktrino' platforms

    One for the office, one for home

    PCs 01 20:37

  • Intel to ship dual-core Xeon MP in Q1 06

    90nm Paxville to accompany 65nm Xeon DP Dempsey

    Servers 01 21:15

  • HP and Intel hire Asian helpers to make Itanium cheap

    Itanic sails offshore

    Servers 01 21:21

  • Intel drops 'Vanderpool' handle

    Chip virtualisation tech to be called... er... Virtualisation Tech

    System Builder 01 21:30

  • Intel preps Truland, Bensley Xeon platforms

    Yes, it's 'servertrino'

    Servers 01 22:17

  • Restrict freedom to preserve liberty: cunning Home Office plan

    How the Terror Act does it

    Media 01 22:23