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1st November 2005 Archive

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  • Is the WiMAX-4G train leaving without Intel?

    Qualcomm and start-ups steal the show

    Mobile 01 01:43

  • AA call centre staff get toilet checks

    Pitstops not fast enough...

    Management 01 08:02

  • SOA? It’s A People Thing

    Don’t get so excited about the technology

    Developer 01 09:02

  • Opera takes to the sky with Thales deal

    In-flight entertainment, Norwegian-style

    Applications 01 09:17

  • AOL founder finally prised out of Time Warner

    Case to spend more time with Carly

    Financial News 01 09:23

  • HP hopes users warm to Itanium blade servers

    Unix adventure

    Servers 01 09:36

  • Removing Sony's CD 'rootkit' kills Windows

    More fun with digital audio

    Security 01 10:25

  • Apple releases Mac OS X 10.4.3

    Major Tiger update

    Operating Systems 01 10:30

  • Voda flogs Swedish operation

    After all, it makes sense

    Financial News 01 10:33

  • Oracle offers free beta

    Free as in beer...

    Applications 01 10:34

  • Nvidia wrestles desktop graphics lead from ATI

    Intel ahead of both, almost everywhere else

    System Builder 01 10:47

  • AMD, IBM to develop 32nm, 22nm chip making tech

    Official announcement months after details leaked

    System Builder 01 10:54

  • Juniper's pan-Euro disty deal

    InTechnology in the frame..

    The Channel 01 10:57

  • Pretec readies smallest USB Flash drive yet

    Honey, I shrunk the storage

    Peripherals 01 10:59

  • Compel to tell AGM it's on track

    Looking good

    Financial News 01 11:01

  • Hubble spies two maybe-moons orbiting Pluto

    Confirmation to follow in February

    Science 01 11:03

  • AMD trims Opteron prices

    One-way server chips get cheaper

    The Channel 01 11:04

  • Green light for Venus mission launch

    New launch date slated

    Science 01 11:19

  • Morse suffers poor first half

    But confident on year

    Financial News 01 11:29

  • Dell stays mum on job cuts

    Speaks in smoky riddles

    The Channel 01 11:53

  • Bulldog makes fresh start

    No longer in the doghouse

    Broadband 01 12:06

  • Stem cell hopefuls swamp Korean research website

    'I wish I could walk again'

    Science 01 12:06

  • US telco mergers get FCC rubber stamp

    Time to move on

    Financial News 01 12:08

  • October breaks malware production records

    Variants on a theme

    Security 01 12:11

  • Could yoghurt save us from MRSA?

    Superbug not a big dairy fan

    Science 01 14:00

  • German boffins snap hi-res rat brain activity

    Unique brain-chip interface

    Science 01 14:37

  • Reseller posts Splinter Cell game unlock code

    Chaos Theory cock-up

    Bootnotes 01 15:01

  • Sony offers iTunes-like PSP media tool

    PSP vs iPod

    Consoles 01 15:12

  • Union demands assurances over O2 jobs

    The man from Telefonica, he say...

    Financial News 01 15:27

  • Shout goes out over PHP security bugs

    The script's a killer

    Security 01 15:38

  • Creative Zen Vision personal video player

    Outclassed by PSP?

    Reviews 01 15:49

  • Jesus appears in Romanian wardrobe

    Pilgrims flock to furniture simulacrum

    Bootnotes 01 15:53

  • Vodafone blackout cuts calls to Orange

    Network spookiness

    Mobile 01 16:03

  • Google blinks on office suite

    World gasps

    Applications 01 16:10

  • Asteroid hunters text government over toilet sanctions

    Er, that'll be your letters

    Letters 01 16:42

  • BT Ireland tipped to buy networking outfit

    All quiet on Cara deal

    The Channel 01 16:46

  • Bank-robbing witch foiled by magic dye pack

    Hallowe'en blag goes up in purple smoke

    Bootnotes 01 16:49

  • Sri Lanka blocks South Pacific in rogue dialer crackdown

    Cut off the usual suspects

    Broadband 01 16:53

  • RIM unveils Intel-based Blackberry

    8700c to ship in three weeks' time

    Mobile 01 17:17

  • Intel shoves dual-core Xeon MP out the door

    AMD's lead shrinks a tad

    Servers 01 18:07

  • Dell ends four-way, dual-core chip boycott

    All hail Paxville MP

    Servers 01 19:28

  • SCO lodges 'infringing' code with court

    But we can't see it yet?

    Developer 01 21:30

  • 'Replace CEOs with cans of beets'

    Dress good, or become Gateway

    Letters 01 21:31

  • Web hosted, ad-supported Windows: streaming to your PC

    .NET done - now let's get Google

    Software 01 22:26

  • Google revs up its scanners

    Brrrm, brrrm

    Media 01 23:00