1st September 2005 Archive

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  • Offline shops 'miss out'

    Act local, not parochial

    Small Biz 01 06:02

  • Rollable displays at IFA 2005

    Not in the shops

    Peripherals 01 06:02

  • IBM gets own facts out for Linux v Windows

    Calculators at 50 paces

    Servers 01 06:43

  • E-casino 888 to float

    Could raise £700m

    Financial News 01 09:08

  • ABN AMRO cuts 1,500 jobs

    Outsourcers move in

    Management 01 10:05

  • New Orleans to enjoy free Wi-Fi access

    Wireless hope amid the carnage

    Bootnotes 01 10:37

  • Albatron readies 'SLi-enabled' Intel-based mobo

    Nvidia opening up?

    System Builder 01 10:40

  • The Java Programming Language

    Explained and unravelled at 30% off

    Site News 01 10:41

  • Apple stalls Mac Mini test-drive offer

    PR you couldn't pay for

    Mac Channel 01 10:44

  • Wanted: seasoned w**nkers for online ejaculation pole

    No IT angle, NSFW, may cause blindness

    Bootnotes 01 10:48

  • MyTob and NetSky-P dominate August viral charts

    Zotob shut out of league of shame

    Security 01 10:55

  • ECS ships dual AMD-Intel mobo

    Mix'n'match rival processors

    System Builder 01 11:01

  • UK Online unveils 24 meg service

    They're all at it now

    Broadband 01 11:43

  • Creative touts tiny video player in Asia

    Squint-tastic

    Peripherals 01 11:45

  • Job cuts loom for Barclays IT staff

    Up to 200 jobs could go

    Management 01 11:52

  • Creative MP3 players ship with virus

    Infectious music

    Security 01 12:49

  • Sony PSP in 'popular' shock

    Brits queue round block; Aussies more casual

    Consoles 01 12:55

  • Toshiba hints at HD DVD launch delay

    Knocked back into 2006?

    Peripherals 01 13:07

  • Logica bypassing India, heading to Philippines

    Cheaper, further

    Financial News 01 13:46

  • Heroic New Orleans hosting outfit battles on

    No surrender for directNIC.com

    Bootnotes 01 13:55

  • Sage opens up on integration

    Third parties welcomed to party

    Applications 01 14:22

  • Lights out in Massachusetts for Microsoft

    Commonwealth goes open source

    Software 01 14:58

  • US-only trials for MS anti-phishing toolbar

    Hey, there's plenty of fraud over here too

    Security 01 15:04

  • Value added reselling is dead - Morse chief

    Hard cheese for hardware

    The Channel 01 15:05

  • Argos pulls 49p TV deal

    No free lunch either

    Bootnotes 01 15:57

  • LogicLibrary applies smarts to SOA work

    Joins OASIS, does the math

    Developer 01 17:21

  • Darknets to eclipse bandwidth management

    Crypto traffic conundrum challenges ISPs

    Broadband 01 20:26

  • IBM closes data hub deal

    Sets your data free

    Applications 01 20:38