27th May 2005 Archive

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  • Netscape 8.0 disables Internet Explorer

    By fair means or foul

    Applications 27 07:00

  • IBM pushes 'software as a service' on partners

    Time to get educated

    Applications 27 08:30

  • IT departments to get smaller and less technical

    Pen pushing up, Coding down

    Management 27 08:44

  • AMD may be running in place

    Intel marketing on steroids

    System Builder 27 08:54

  • BT unveils bulky LLU price promo

    Committed to competition, apparently

    Broadband 27 09:29

  • Dropped Tecmo suit means nudity for us all

    Does the law tolerate modding?

    Media 27 09:32

  • Fraud expert becomes victim of credit card crime

    It could be you

    Security 27 10:06

  • 3G TV: too little, too soon

    Need for better ARPU drives roll-out

    Mobile 27 10:16

  • Nanotubes help neurons get chatty

    Small stuff, big potential

    Science 27 10:28

  • Business email services squeeze BlackBerry

    Operators keen for slice of pie

    Mobile 27 10:34

  • Mac OS X 10.4 'Tiger' in depth

    Part One: Spotlight and Widgets

    Mac Channel 27 11:07

  • NatWest scraps online payment service

    From FastPay to NoPay

    Financial News 27 11:17

  • Collaboration technologies: the reader survey

    Spare us five minutes...

    Reg Technology Panel 27 11:50

  • Mac users discover Tiger's hidden Booleans

    They were just avoiding the Spotlight

    Letters 27 12:41

  • CA to restate five years of figures

    Oh, and it's filed Q4 results

    Financial News 27 12:49

  • BOFH: Defence of the Realm

    A public key encryption breakthrough

    BOFH 27 13:12

  • VIA to ship C7 next month

    But at what clock speed?

    PCs 27 13:18

  • UK.gov computer training scam gang jailed

    'Licence to print money' revoked

    Policy 27 13:31

  • Device drivers filled with flaws

    Security threatened, action required

    Security 27 13:48

  • BT LLU promo only half-baked

    Key detail unresolved

    Broadband 27 13:54

  • IBM Germany job cut fears tempered

    Fantastich!

    Management 27 14:37

  • Itanic sinks at Lloyds Register

    Risk managers think again

    Servers 27 14:53

  • Rumours of Linux death greatly exaggerated

    Plus Zombies, supercomputers and Belgians

    Letters 27 15:07

  • BT cracks down on rogue diallers

    Free software working apparently

    Broadband 27 15:25

  • Reformed UK fraud law to tackle phishing attacks

    10 years for phishermen

    Security 27 15:36

  • IBM unsheathes Cell blade server

    Plans seven strong unit

    Servers 27 15:36

  • Cohen disputes UK registry's legitimacy

    Nominet doesn't exist

    Financial News 27 15:56

  • Patent Office makes a technical contribution

    Workshop findings on the web

    Media 27 16:06

  • CIA plays cyberwar game

    All quiet on the Silent Horizon

    Security 27 16:09