16th November 2005 Archive

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  • Offshoring fears hit US college computing enrollments

    Study to avoid McJob, says CA exec

    Management 16 05:21

  • Sony pulls rootkit DRM CDs

    Exchange program to follow

    Media 16 05:25

  • Enterasys goes private in $386m buy-out

    Tanks for the memories

    Data Networking 16 07:53

  • Tory contender in laptop theft flap

    Sticks and stones

    Security 16 07:55

  • CA debuts desktop password reset tech

    Forget me not

    Security 16 08:01

  • Patents database posted for developers

    Open source safety

    Developer 16 08:03

  • 'Honest' card scam hits e-traders

    Customer denial fraud

    Small Biz 16 08:04

  • Digital download markets: cut up and segregated

    How Australian digital download providers turned back the clock

    Media 16 08:09

  • US wins net governance battle

    Retains control over main arms

    Media 16 08:14

  • Microsoft searching enterprise for success

    Never mind Google, watch out for IBM

    Applications 16 10:00

  • AMD clears fog from roadmap

    Quad-core CPUs in 2007, next-gen architecture in 2008

    Hardware 16 10:45

  • Home Office issues net child protection guidelines

    ISPs take note

    Media 16 11:02

  • AMD paints white-box notebook vision

    Speed time to market

    Hardware 16 11:24

  • Bell Micro to buy German distie

    Abandons Sweden

    The Channel 16 11:29

  • Wanadoo defiant as BT wins 'dear Ben' ad row

    Standing up for consumers

    Broadband 16 11:29

  • Intel's secret logos revealed

    Dual-core = 'Duo', apparently

    Hardware 16 11:32

  • Flash inventor wins innovation award

    Next: Marconi honoured for work in radio

    Bootnotes 16 11:35

  • Infineon board favours DRAM unit IPO - report

    Not to be sold to Nanya, Micron after all?

    Financial News 16 11:37

  • Saint Bob Geldof blows gasket at email

    Tell me why I don't like Outlook

    Management 16 11:42

  • Software company 'sorry' for murdered schoolboy email

    'Offensive and distressing' rules ASA

    Security 16 12:21

  • Windows Server thrashes Novell's Linux

    So says MS-funded reliability survey

    Operating Systems 16 12:28

  • Bavarian police have spooky Sober moment

    Worm warning predicted text exactly

    Security 16 12:30

  • Vietnam plans human bird-flu vaccine trials

    Also identifies new strains

    Science 16 12:41

  • Toilet-disposed mobiles menace Helsinki's sewers

    Tech down the pan

    Mobile 16 12:52

  • Court rejects UK web lotto game patent appeal

    No 'relevant technical effect'

    Media 16 12:53

  • Caudwell Comms gets new MD

    All part of the induction process

    Broadband 16 14:33

  • Swiss driver attacks Gatso with pick-axe

    Then throws it off cliff

    Bootnotes 16 15:14

  • Will IBM buy BI?

    MayBI

    Applications 16 15:44

  • Symbian touts 131% jump in smart-phone shipments

    All thanks to Nokia, of course...

    Phones 16 15:48

  • Stem cell researchers want watchdogs for human tests

    Safety and ethics paramount

    Science 16 16:10

  • Tunisian Internet control lambasted at opening of World Summit

    Extraordinary statements

    Media 16 16:28

  • Wholesale broadband costs fall again

    Little by little, bit by bit

    Broadband 16 16:40

  • Apple's iPod, iTunes 'big in Japan'

    Market share up to 60 per cent, apparently

    Hardware 16 16:56

  • Sun goes storage mad with upcoming Opteron kit

    I/O thumper

    Storage 16 16:59

  • Dione and Tethys pose for Cassini

    Saturn's rings also make an appearance

    Science 16 17:17

  • Voracious Oracle eats two more firms

    ID and access control for all

    Financial News 16 22:04

  • Cray celebrates Opteron joy

    Can the good feelings last?

    Servers 16 22:26

  • More self configuration planned for DB2 'Viper'

    SQL Server? Wassthat?

    Applications 16 22:46