14th September 2005 Archive

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  • How PalmOS lost it - readers

    Warning: contains strong language

    Operating Systems 14 04:40

  • Teachers take timid approach to classroom tech

    The kids love it, though

    Policy 14 06:02

  • Google and Microsoft both claim victory in court

    News from the Ministry of Truth...

    Financial News 14 08:50

  • CopperEye for the database guy

    Life beyond Oracle

    Developer 14 08:57

  • Techscape: on Gore, Clinton and the internet

    Gore-Tex

    Financial News 14 09:11

  • Uk.com wildcard raises Net stability worries

    Automated domain redirection sets dangerous trend

    Financial News 14 09:33

  • New logo leaves Quark green at the gills

    'Uncanny resemblence' to arts council image

    Bootnotes 14 09:38

  • Google blog search lives

    But so does Gmail court case

    Financial News 14 09:43

  • 186K buys Mailbox

    That explains the party in Trafalgar Sq then

    Financial News 14 09:45

  • Cassini spots its first spokes

    Ghostly

    Science 14 09:57

  • Intel chips cost $40 to make - report

    And have done for three years, apparently

    System Builder 14 10:24

  • Microsoft's delay to patch fuels concerns

    Upto the month security policy

    Security 14 11:03

  • OK to depict call centre workers as chickens

    Clucking 'ell

    Management 14 11:07

  • Airgo third-gen Wi-Fi chip outperforms 100Mbps Ethernet

    Real-world tests confirm it, claims company

    Mobile 14 11:18

  • Fetish club sets up on Home Secretary's turf

    Clarke confronted by naughtiness in Norwich

    Bootnotes 14 11:44

  • Debutante Xena provokes planetary punch-up

    Telescopes at dawn sunset

    Science 14 12:09

  • US games watchdog orders hidden-content audit

    ESRB senses threat to ratings scheme

    Consoles 14 12:13

  • O2 confirms 3G, Wi-Fi smart phone

    Universal offering

    Mobile 14 12:44

  • Apple iPod Nano

    Apple's master-stroke?

    Reviews 14 12:57

  • Telstra sale given go-ahead

    Just needs a rubber stamp

    Financial News 14 13:15

  • More tech fails to exorcise security risks

    Complexity = Risk, deal with IT

    Security 14 13:43

  • Sun adverts promise to offend

    Handbags at dawn for Dell and Sun

    Servers 14 13:53

  • Researchers make twisted nanobelts

    Rigid, not springy

    Science 14 14:12

  • UK council pays £7.7m to escape outsourcing deal

    Ouch!

    Management 14 14:46

  • Eatoni sues RIM over SureType

    Text-entry specialist claims patent infringement

    Applications 14 15:05

  • TV to become web-like

    Internet TV set to take-off

    Broadband 14 15:13

  • Redbus and Demon founder appears in court

    Intercepting email charges

    Broadband 14 15:14

  • Wobbly planet triggered massive methane burps

    Made like Icarus

    Science 14 18:02

  • Eolas cashes in on Katrina

    Make a difference! Buy our stuff!

    Bootnotes 14 19:57