17th November 2005 Archive

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  • Beyond the web, Google opens Base

    All your classifieds will soon be ours

    Media 17 00:25

  • Sun giving away Studio

    Take my tools. Please

    Developer 17 01:00

  • iTunes price rise a cert - EMI boss

    A dollar too short

    Media 17 01:43

  • Nokia buys Intellisync

    Belt and braces

    Mobile 17 01:53

  • GoogleNet conquers Mountain View

    One lamp post at a time

    Mobile 17 01:55

  • iPod wrist controller

    ...and loads more gadget essentials

    Peripherals 17 10:02

  • Apple to intro Intel iBook 'with big price cut'

    January debut?

    Hardware 17 10:05

  • Intel to 'revise' Pentium M naming scheme

    Indicates performance and wattage

    Hardware 17 10:48

  • UK's first 'most wanted' website goes titsup

    Burgled perhaps?

    Bootnotes 17 11:02

  • Sony in USB lead porn punt shocker

    Hey babe, try plugging this in...

    Bootnotes 17 11:10

  • Tesco targets incest demographic

    Bold marketing initiative

    Bootnotes 17 11:13

  • Microsoft may look again at virus notification

    Customers want more info

    Security 17 11:28

  • Club 3D completes UK distie set-up with Enta signing

    Now to build brand recognition

    The Channel 17 11:35

  • RIM touts 'NTP-beating' Blackberry update

    Company 'comfortable' with workaround

    Phones 17 11:38

  • Counterfeiters send jammed printer for repair

    Forgers cuffed after blonde moment

    Bootnotes 17 11:45

  • UK manufacturer coughs £10k for unlicensed software

    Settles with BSA

    Applications 17 11:49

  • Users don't trust websites with personal info

    Big concerns, survey finds

    Security 17 12:09

  • Europe's heavy lifter takes to the sky

    Cool

    Science 17 12:12

  • Wanadoo 'UK's number one' VoIP outfit, says Wanadoo

    My VoIP's bigger than your VoIP

    Broadband 17 12:18

  • T-Mobile brings Sidekick II to UK

    Danger's 'Blackberry for consumers' arrives at last

    Phones 17 12:29

  • Intel 975X multi-GPU chipset slips out

    One 16x or two 8x PCI-E slots, anyone?

    Hardware 17 12:29

  • Dimension Data’s 'very good year'

    Except for Europe

    The Channel 17 13:22

  • 'Vindictive' UK spammer jailed for six years

    Guilty of £1.6m .eu scam

    Security 17 13:25

  • Private enterprise needed in space: NASA

    And 2006's $17bn space budget is approved

    Science 17 13:29

  • World Summit blog: Buses, toilets and fear

    The flipside of an authoritarian government

    Media 17 14:02

  • Blu-ray backer HP threatens to back HD DVD too

    It's my party and I'll cry if I want to

    Peripherals 17 14:43

  • Leadtek DTV1000 T digital TV tuner

    Reviews 17 14:44

  • Welcome to the Rotting Dog Blog

    Utopian distemper and other musings

    Media 17 14:44

  • Ofcom warned not to relax BT regulation just yet

    Says UK trade group

    Networks 17 14:54

  • Classics suffer death by SMS

    2b? Nt2b? ???

    Bootnotes 17 15:01

  • Man flogs debt on eBay

    Debt Free? Then buy some!!

    Bootnotes 17 15:07

  • Biometrics push passport fees past £50

    Not so small price to pay

    Security 17 15:34

  • Sony unveils video VoIP service

    Oh goody...

    VoIP 17 16:23

  • Patriot Act 'compromise' makes matters worse

    While some on the Hill try to obstruct it

    Media 17 16:33

  • Sony DRM uninstaller 'worse than rootkit'

    Double jeopardy

    Security 17 16:38

  • 'Most wanted' site still floored

    Best if villains just hand themselves in

    Policy 17 16:39

  • SIA slashes chip sales forecast

    For '06 and '07

    The Channel 17 16:57

  • Ex-MI5 boss, House of Lords give ID cards thumbs down

    Not a good day for the database builders

    Security 17 17:01

  • PathScale promises major Opteron cluster boost

    Trendiest start-up ever

    Data Networking 17 19:39

  • Microsoft goes limited with Office 12 beta

    New Office or same old suite?

    Applications 17 21:43

  • CMP Media dons Black Hat

    Spurs debate on future of security show

    Security 17 22:02

  • Rackable makes x86 SMP charge

    Rise of the 8-way

    Servers 17 22:32

  • Sun brings open source database to Solaris 10

    Postgres first, more promised

    Operating Systems 17 22:58

  • Penguin gets personal with Linux clusters

    Heavy beast slides under your desk

    Servers 17 23:16