1st July 2005 Archive

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  • Microsoft mulls buying Claria

    Just don't mention Gator

    Security 01 04:24

  • Red Hat milks corporate Linux sales for strong Q1

    Subscriptions look solid

    Financial News 01 05:16

  • WhenU wins pop-up adware case

    'Broad ramifications for search engines'

    Financial News 01 06:02

  • Rats in the security world

    Let's start with email

    Security 01 06:02

  • New LLU ISP to offer 24meg broadband

    Be for broadband

    Broadband 01 06:02

  • Ofcom shames BT

    'Suspects BT may have restricted competition'

    Broadband 01 06:02

  • Cisco Security Agent laid bare

    Save 30% on Cisco Press guides

    Site News 01 06:58

  • TechScape: On marketing and mobile phones

    Buy! Buy! Buy! Cell! Cell! Cell!

    Small Biz 01 08:14

  • BBC culls Cult website

    'Who's the bozo who made this decision?'

    Media 01 08:15

  • Exec + PDA = security alert

    Smart handheld, dumb user

    Mobile 01 08:20

  • Nude eBayer flashes 19in monitor

    Possibly NSFW: No reserve? You said it

    Bootnotes 01 09:43

  • FX rip-off dotcom wound-up

    Bad deal at any rate

    Media 01 10:01

  • Why is Oracle really buying TimesTen?

    Standing in the way of Progress

    Software 01 10:34

  • Bush administration annexes internet

    Extraordinary statement

    Media 01 10:41

  • Easynet commits to more LLU investment

    Which is nice

    Broadband 01 10:51

  • Malware authors up the ante

    As half life of unprotected Windows PC drops to 12 minutes

    Security 01 10:54

  • Shuttle to fly 13 July

    Safety concerns set aside?

    Science 01 11:11

  • Dynamic IP address litigant got it right, for now

    German court rules data storage 'perfectly legal'

    Media 01 12:37

  • Kids blow £1bn on mobiles

    Diddle-ee

    Mobile 01 12:38

  • Online casino tattoos woman's face

    The unacceptable face of capitalism

    Media 01 12:39

  • Biometrics won't deter passport fraudsters, chief admits

    ...burglars not afraid of locks, police, dogs

    Security 01 13:38

  • Rosetta gets in on the Deep Impact story

    Dodgiest picture ever

    Science 01 13:43

  • BPI sues MCPS in music biz blue-on-blue

    Mechanical reproduction charge punch-up

    Financial News 01 14:11

  • Judge bans company's deceptive anti-spyware claims

    Did not do what it said on the tin

    Security 01 14:51

  • LLU to take-off despite 'painful year'

    Watchdog rubs crystal ball

    Broadband 01 14:51

  • Reverse engineering patches making disclosure a moot choice?

    Darned if you do. Darned if you don't

    Security 01 15:04

  • ET turns nasty

    War of the Worlds

    Bootnotes 01 15:14

  • easyMobile puts up prices

    Promo ends at discount cellco

    Mobile 01 15:55

  • IBM UK mainframe workers train their South African replacements

    Do high-profile users know they went South?

    Management 01 16:03

  • Crispy vulture beats bald eagle

    Priorities get sorted, Reg stylie

    Letters 01 16:28

  • Feds deploy massive anti-piracy dragnet

    Operation Site Down

    Media 01 16:34

  • Microsoft uses $850m to kiss and make up with IBM

    Well puckered

    Software 01 16:44