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15th November 2005 Archive

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  • SGI pitches monster Linux on Itanium box

    Altix goes blades

    Servers 15 04:28

  • Consumers punish firms over data security breaches

    Leaked data leads to lost business

    Security 15 08:10

  • CA talks up telco tools

    Converging tech trends take in RFIDs too

    Networks 15 08:26

  • Sun's first Niagara-based server arrives in pictures

    Pretend you didn't see this

    Servers 15 08:27

  • Sony rootkit DRM: how many infected titles?

    Intrepid blogger starts counting

    Media 15 09:02

  • US govt. plea in BlackBerry case

    Hands off!

    Mobile 15 09:29

  • Save money...work at home, says Telewest

    Councils told how to hoard cash

    Policy 15 09:49

  • CA eyes service management purchase

    No names now, but wallet on standby

    Software 15 09:59

  • Infineon to 'sell DRAM biz' to Nanya, Micron

    Getting out while the going's good?

    The Channel 15 10:58

  • Europe's 'largest download site' opens doors to UK

    Lingua franca

    Software 15 11:12

  • Qualcomm IP battle hots up

    GSM patent attack targets Nokia

    Mobile 15 11:22

  • Desktop search for enterprises

    Microsoft catches up...

    Applications 15 11:25

  • ISS science sacrificed on Martian altar

    Budget slashed by $344m

    Science 15 11:38

  • Vodafone profits dip

    Slower growth predicted

    Financial News 15 11:47

  • Micro Direct goes with Amtrak

    Supply lines

    The Channel 15 11:58

  • Internet big boys muscle into mobile

    An opportunity for Nokia, perhaps?

    Mobile 15 12:02

  • MS offers peek at Outlook 12

    Crowd pleaser

    Applications 15 12:06

  • Sony in internet 'price-rigging' rumpus

    Ramps up wholesale cost to UK e-tailers

    Financial News 15 12:33

  • Nvidia unwraps '33% faster' GeForce 7800 GTX

    512MB

    Hardware 15 13:01

  • Telstra to axe 12,000 jobs

    Big plans for IP network

    Broadband 15 13:51

  • Windows Cluster goes after Linux heartland

    There'll be blood on the dancefloor...

    Operating Systems 15 13:55

  • Intel's 'Presler' 65nm dual-core chip 'unstable'

    Glitches found in engineering samples, allegedly

    Hardware 15 14:00

  • Sony NW-E205 'Bean' digital music Walkman

    Reviews 15 14:51

  • Pfizer takes on Viagra spam in Holland

    Firm measures needed

    Security 15 15:05

  • Smart CCTV for the tubes?

    Automation, that's what we need

    Security 15 15:11

  • UK inquiry into DRM and the law

    Will MPs toe the line on DRM?

    Media 15 15:32

  • Music biz sues 2,100 'digital shoplifters'

    Targets alleged P2P sharers in 16 countries

    Media 15 15:37

  • IT projects collapse, space stations defunded and Dr. Who repells ex-pats?

    Ooooh, I could tip a cow...

    Letters 15 16:55

  • Gatso 2: rollout of UK's '24x7 vehicle movement database' begins

    ACPO's road policing swiss army knife

    Media 15 16:59

  • HP gets visual with workstation clusters

    Blades, chips and software too

    Servers 15 19:09

  • Giant Opteron cluster pulls Sun off supercompute life-support

    Tokyo builds top civilian box

    Servers 15 19:21

  • Tools to provide Windows licensing clarity

    Go on, upgrade...

    Applications 15 20:37

  • Gates promises a supercomputer under every desk

    Er, unless security is a problem

    Servers 15 20:48