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23rd March 2005 Archive

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  • 'Recalled' Xbox goes bang in Sweden

    Situation normal, says MS

    Consoles 23 00:18

  • iTunes store 'hole' open again

    Apple block breached in a day

    Media 23 05:09

  • EMC: making storage simple for Small.biz

    That's the claim

    Small Biz 23 08:08

  • Irish cinemas go all-digital

    World first etc.

    Personal 23 08:22

  • The rise of the appliance

    Well-trodden path

    Developer 23 09:12

  • South Korean swingers in net porn bust

    Illegal wife-sharing clampdown

    Media 23 09:13

  • Peoplesoft eats at Oracle profits

    Sales surge

    Financial News 23 09:21

  • Intel invests in E Ink

    Cash to fund next-gen e-paper technology

    Mobile 23 10:00

  • IBM pays off Compuware

    Case closed...

    Applications 23 10:04

  • Amstrad slashes cost of E3 e-mailer

    2 - 4 - 1

    Peripherals 23 10:11

  • World chip glut 'over early Q2'

    Inventory stockpiles shrink

    System Builder 23 10:59

  • Japanese enable Human Area Network

    Your body as data-transfer conduit

    Data Networking 23 11:10

  • NPfIT boss prepares to cut failing suppliers

    And renames the whole shebang for good measure

    Policy 23 11:23

  • Mayor Ken touts mobile phone plan for the Tube

    Mind the gap

    Mobile 23 11:29

  • Maximizing ASP.NET

    Go for it at 30% off

    Site News 23 11:33

  • Apple issues nine bug fixes...

    As Symantec talks up Mac OS X security threat

    Security 23 11:57

  • EDS signs MoD contract

    Head for the hills

    Management 23 12:08

  • Tiscali France sale to be inked next week

    Maybe, maybe not

    Financial News 23 12:10

  • Inspector Gadget hits Gizmoville

    Fab bloggers invade The Reg

    Personal 23 12:18

  • Yahoo! does a Google

    Email storage goes to a Gig

    Security 23 12:20

  • CWU 'shocked and dismayed' at O2 job losses

    Uh huh

    Mobile 23 12:25

  • ID theft is inescapable

    A new fact of life in a wired world

    Security 23 12:29

  • Beauty queen sues 59 over net sex romp

    Websites punting fake porn vid

    Media 23 13:01

  • Symbian Trojan attacks anti-virus protection

    Low risk malware adopts Windows attack strategy

    Security 23 13:03

  • NASA catches light from another planet

    Heralds new era in planet watching

    Science 23 13:05

  • True stories from under the bar table - the Kazaa case concludes

    Alex Malik was there

    Media 23 13:42

  • Novell buys Tally Systems

    Bolt-on for Zenworks

    Applications 23 14:51

  • O2 gets protective over 'bubbles'

    Another telco faces legal threat

    Mobile 23 14:52

  • Drive-by Trojans exploit browser flaws

    Is Firefox really more secure than IE?

    Security 23 15:10

  • Scientists complain of industrial meddling in research

    Hands off our results!

    Science 23 15:20

  • Broadband gods smile on Telewest

    Whatever

    Financial News 23 15:32

  • US admits GM crop cock-up

    Sold 'several hundred tonnes' of non-approved maize

    Science 23 15:49

  • Vonage expands UK service

    But gets into hot water with the state of Texas

    Broadband 23 16:15

  • Sendo reports Ericsson to EC, Ericsson sues Sendo....

    Handset spat attack...

    Mobile 23 16:21

  • Watch out, there be scammers about, warns watchdog

    If it's too good to be true...

    Broadband 23 16:23

  • iVoice files patent on bouncing grannies

    From speech recognition to airbags...

    Bootnotes 23 16:36

  • DoH broadens technology choice for GPs

    Lays out hoops for jumping suppliers

    Policy 23 16:44

  • NASA gives thumbs up to new Shuttle missions

    Hubble still out in the cold

    Science 23 17:12

  • IDC crimps PC forecasts, cites US outlook

    'Host of risk factors'

    PCs 23 17:43

  • BMC snags OpenNetwork for $18m

    Access management play

    Applications 23 19:16

  • Xbox safety: the cable and the damage done

    Bad engineering - worse explanation

    Letters 23 20:50