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18th May 2005 Archive

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  • IBM: we have simplified our software

    Apparently

    Developer 18 06:46

  • Politics hurting web services - Gartner

    These standards 'ain't what they used to be

    Developer 18 06:59

  • Nokia spreads N-Gage across phone range

    Console not quite dead yet?

    Mobile 18 09:49

  • Yahoo! tests! VoIP!

    Guns for Skype with full duplex voice chat

    Broadband 18 09:50

  • Microsoft sued over Excel

    Guatemalan inventor claims $500m

    Applications 18 09:55

  • Sears sacks CSC

    Pulls plug on $1.6bn contract

    The Channel 18 09:59

  • Nokia starts to shift N-Gage from console to platform

    Technology to be included in smart phones

    Consoles 18 10:00

  • UK IT bosses confused about governance

    Looks good on paper

    Management 18 10:03

  • PalmOne launches LifeDrive

    PDA meets iPod

    Mobile 18 10:34

  • Software piracy down, but piracy losses up

    $33bn global shortfall, gasps BSA

    Software 18 10:48

  • Napster vows to maintain premium pricing

    Won't 'discount' like Yahoo!

    Financial News 18 10:52

  • PC prices continue to fall

    Europeans enjoying more for less

    The Channel 18 10:56

  • USAF seeks space weapon mandate

    Star Wars II?

    Science 18 10:58

  • ISS oxygen generator claps out again

    Hold your breath...

    Science 18 11:27

  • Reg to BBC: we want our weather flat

    3D maps? WTF?

    Bootnotes 18 11:30

  • Nintendo re-clads GBA as Game Boy Micro

    Wants to look good next to an iPod

    Consoles 18 12:01

  • Home PCs launch phishing attacks

    Honeynet project dissects the risks

    Security 18 12:03

  • Kinky shopper KOed by vibrating knickers

    The IT angle? Who cares?

    Bootnotes 18 12:04

  • C++ Coding Standards at 30% off

    Award winning book, big discount

    Site News 18 12:13

  • Enterprise WLAN sales fell in Q1 - again

    Buyers wait for vendor merry-go-round to stop

    Data Networking 18 12:35

  • eBay hails reverse auctions success

    US feature may go international

    Financial News 18 13:46

  • EDS UK cuts jobs

    Calls for volunteers

    The Channel 18 14:00

  • Captain Cyborg to write UK science funding guidelines

    Mutilating expertise

    Science 18 14:24

  • EU takes axe to software patents directive

    Substantial alterations

    Software 18 14:34

  • Google can take the web, yawn readers

    World domination cancelled due to lack of interest

    Letters 18 14:43

  • Coming soon: the 10-year nuclear battery

    Betavoltaics a-go-go

    Science 18 16:41

  • 15,000 HP workers get nervous as analyst predicts massive job cuts

    We miss you, Carly!

    Management 18 16:54

  • Over-compliance is the new compliance, says former SEC Chairman

    Minimal muster is for losers

    Policy 18 20:20

  • Battered HP storage staff deliver plethora of product

    New EVAs and a NAS dynamo

    Storage 18 21:12