4th April 2005 Archive

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  • Bank of America sells flagpoles as cellular masts

    'Urgent need'

    Mobile 04 07:55

  • Join Microsoft. Save the world

    Redmond cruises for rough trade at hacker convention

    Security 04 07:56

  • Database rootkit menace looms

    Check against delivery

    Security 04 07:57

  • Hacking Google for fun and profit

    Mayhem, mischief and Xmas lights

    Security 04 08:03

  • Hutchison hit by 3G costs

    But not all bad news...

    Financial News 04 09:03

  • Google's Gmail grows again

    Inboxes double but still not open to all

    Financial News 04 09:12

  • World Cup tickets will contain RFID chips

    'ere we go, 'ere we go, 'ere we go

    Financial News 04 09:17

  • World chip sales down in February

    Short month

    PCs 04 09:35

  • Smug BT crows about broadband numbers

    5m milestone passed

    Broadband 04 09:42

  • UK Wi-Fi network nabs German WISP

    Third-biggest WLAN player

    Financial News 04 10:10

  • Open source databases - a sword that cuts both ways?

    Plus c'est la même chose

    Developer 04 10:43

  • ATI to announce R520 'in June'

    Sapphire rep names the date

    System Builder 04 11:06

  • JVC unveils first one-side, two-layer DVD-RW disc

    Double the capacity (almost)

    System Builder 04 11:10

  • T-Mobile to cut tariffs - report

    Shells fly as price war hots up

    Mobile 04 11:14

  • Do you like sex and rock music?

    eBayer makes Glastonbury offer you can refuse

    Media 04 11:18

  • Redstone buys Xpert for £25.5m

    One-stop telecoms shop

    Financial News 04 11:22

  • Gov.uk backs open source drive

    Tackling obstacles

    Policy 04 11:51

  • Civil liberty group pans EU biometrics plans

    Commerce ahead of privacy

    Media 04 11:51

  • Microsoft takeover bid goes to court

    Groove takeover not so groovy...

    Financial News 04 12:03

  • Matsushita, LG calm plasma patent clash

    Out-of-court settlement agreed, apparently

    Peripherals 04 12:07

  • McAfee sees accounting weakness

    Another tech company that can't keep the books

    Financial News 04 12:35

  • Trojan phishing suspect hauled in

    Stole millions (allegedly)

    Security 04 12:36

  • PalmSource sees red as device sales decline

    PDAs less popular than they were a year ago

    Software 04 12:40

  • MS moves Switzerland to Russia

    The power of Windows Server System

    Bootnotes 04 12:46

  • MCI mulls latest Qwest offer

    More sweeteners than Tate & Lyle

    Financial News 04 12:50

  • NEC swaps PCs for trees

    Green is big in Japan

    PCs 04 13:05

  • Dell Latitude D410 sub-notebook

    Pint-sized performer?

    Reviews 04 13:12

  • Microsoft Business Solutions gets new UK head

    Channel man for MBS division...

    Business 04 13:22

  • Carjackers swipe biometric Merc, plus owner's finger

    Sometimes you might not want such great security...

    Media 04 13:52

  • Meet hi-tech white van businessman

    £250k mobile office

    Business 04 13:58

  • .Net report was fudged

    Telcordia’s bitter history with key bidder

    Media 04 14:51

  • Three quarters of corporate PCs shun SP2

    Holding back as 12 April deadline looms

    Security 04 15:05

  • Hitachi predicts super-drives

    Size doesn't matter as long as its small

    Reviews 04 15:09

  • US to embrace VoIP

    27m VoIPers by 2009

    Small Biz 04 15:45

  • A cashpoint that gives you verbals

    'You have insufficient funds to get drunk. Go home'

    Financial News 04 15:51

  • Rambus offers to quadruple DRAM data access speeds

    Cradle of parallelisation

    System Builder 04 16:18

  • Text me and I'll reply with a virus

    More mobile malware madness

    Security 04 16:24

  • Fujitsu expected to deliver Itanium giant

    Can it sell one?

    Servers 04 19:20

  • Sun's OpenSolaris marketing term has an advisory board

    Product on the way

    Operating Systems 04 23:34