30th March 2005 Archive

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  • Intel and server pals welcome beefy 64-bit Xeon

    Ready for four-way battle

    Servers 30 00:51

  • Centrica wants you

    To work in Staines...

    Management 30 08:43

  • On Novell and Tally

    Tally me banana

    Applications 30 09:10

  • Transmeta to re-organise

    Burning through cash

    Financial News 30 09:30

  • Micron remakes a profit

    Profits up despite falling prices

    Financial News 30 09:35

  • Select Committee criticises ID Cards Bill

    House of Lords weighs in

    Policy 30 09:37

  • Eidos bidder wins second major backer

    SCi gain will force Elevation to lift its offer

    Financial News 30 09:37

  • Charlotte Church topless pic busts onto mobes

    Angel's assets on UK phone tour

    Media 30 09:46

  • AMD to reveal 'Pacifica' processor virtualisation spec

    Virtually ready

    PCs 30 10:00

  • Bulldog to resubmit BT complaint

    BT fails to budge on fault repairs

    Broadband 30 10:46

  • Griffin launches iVault to encase iPod Shuffle

    Lock up your datas

    Peripherals 30 10:50

  • Welsh villages lose analogue services

    Teledu digidol - that's digital telly to you...

    Bootnotes 30 10:59

  • NHS chief cans patient control over health record access

    Opt out guarantees downgraded?

    Policy 30 11:26

  • Tiscali France sale imminent

    'Expected to be formalised shortly'

    Financial News 30 12:14

  • Buffalo TeraStation Network-Attached Storage

    Large capacity, low price

    Reviews 30 12:15

  • Webcam Aussie fights UK crime

    Mean streets of Exmouth remotely purged

    Media 30 12:23

  • Onliner gamer stabbed over 'stolen' cybersword

    Virtual theft, real death

    Media 30 12:30

  • ATI settles financial misconduct claims

    Ontario Securities Commission handed large-ish cheque

    Financial News 30 12:42

  • Bahnhof slams antipiracy ambush

    Swedish antipiracy agency receives death threats

    Broadband 30 13:31

  • Science too hard for juries

    Judges seem to be struggling too

    Science 30 13:53

  • Brits talk posh on the blower

    Oh I say

    Bootnotes 30 13:55

  • In the red states, no-one can hear you scream

    Ohio pol would chip parolees with GPS

    Policy 30 14:07

  • Juniper snaps up Kagoor

    Hurrah!

    Financial News 30 14:26

  • Brits voice fraud fears over high-tech voting

    MORI poll reveals love of ballot box

    Policy 30 14:35

  • Spectrum-starved US prepares to feast

    Broadband floodgates open

    Broadband 30 14:44

  • Switzerland launches EDGE nationwide

    Edge on the abyss

    Mobile 30 15:08

  • UK street scum face wrath of shouting lamppost

    'Leave the area now!'

    Bootnotes 30 15:11

  • Analysts slam hacker law changes

    I 'ate you Butler...

    Security 30 15:18

  • Microsoft, Intel and HP unite for small biz

    Weird alliance helps SMEs get EC moolah

    Small Biz 30 15:28

  • Galactic prang fingered in star formation mystery

    Gas + shock waves = shiny things

    Science 30 16:00

  • Carphone takes on calling cards with cut price calls

    International calls a go-go

    Mobile 30 16:21

  • HP's Hurd lets us pretend Compaq never happened

    Tricks are for Fiorina

    Management 30 19:23

  • IBM sells storage software to partner Cisco

    EMC responds

    Storage 30 23:12