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30th November 2005 Archive

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  • Microsoft proud to hand over Vista 'features' early

    Too bad the OS is late

    Operating Systems 30 00:25

  • New Orleans gets free Wi-Fi

    Monster Mesh

    Media 30 00:35

  • Former exec and start-ups criticize 'Byzantine' Microsoft

    Beware the next IBM

    Software 30 00:57

  • Sage ups profits and revenues

    Solid accounts from accountants...

    Financial News 30 09:48

  • Citrix moving up in the world

    Analysis: Strategic status at last?

    Applications 30 10:36

  • Intel ponders Oregon fab upgrade

    Gains Israel grant too

    PCs 30 10:42

  • Mio GPS smart phone to ship mid-December

    A701 launched at last

    Phones 30 10:46

  • Sony's DRM woes worsen

    World + Dog queues to give Sony shoeing...

    Security 30 10:51

  • Mozilla Firefox 1.5 has landed

    Praise be

    Applications 30 11:10

  • TDC gives the nod to $12bn take-over

    Another telecoms saga

    Financial News 30 11:16

  • Taiwan's Blu-ray, HD DVD rival goes mass-market

    FVD players enter volume production

    Peripherals 30 11:19

  • Reg loves Scotland - true

    So, where's the Saltire, eh?

    Site News 30 11:22

  • Intel to 'drop Pentium name' with Merom, Conroe debut

    Retired after 12 years?

    Hardware 30 11:25

  • Stob joins The Reg

    Veteran satirist finds web home

    Site News 30 11:29

  • El Salvador cops cuff naked tunnelling blaggers

    Hot excavation action

    Bootnotes 30 12:02

  • Intel's 'Yonah' benchmarked

    Upcoming 65nm mobile chip acquits itself well

    Hardware 30 12:15

  • Griffin offers to end tangled earphone misery

    No more bother for iPod Shuffle users

    Hardware 30 12:39

  • Ofcom rules on broadband charges

    What else does 16p buy you these days?

    Networks 30 12:45

  • Gillingham FC auctioned on eBay

    notfittoweartheshirt

    Bootnotes 30 13:16

  • Blu-ray set for Spring 06 debut

    Format's supporters to say more next month

    Peripherals 30 13:19

  • Royal Society president warns on fundaMentalists

    That's you, George

    Science 30 13:21

  • UK hit by BT broadband network snafu

    'Major service outage' floors evening surfers

    Broadband 30 13:38

  • Beyond Java

    Not everybody is convinced that Java, or even C#, are the languages of the future

    Developer 30 14:12

  • Sober storms November virus chart

    FBI investigation ruse dupes thousands

    Security 30 14:42

  • It's official: Diebold election bugware can't be trusted

    The company implies as much

    Media 30 14:50

  • Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe twin x16 SLI mobo

    Hardware 30 14:51

  • Plymouth to Dakar rally: On your marks...

    Charity rally heads for Africa

    Bootnotes 30 15:36

  • Card makers punt Nvidia 6600 DDR 2 boards

    Duelling graphics cards

    Hardware 30 15:51

  • Phishing email poses as IRS tax refund

    Your check's in our account

    Security 30 16:01

  • C2000 finds sales head

    New man for new post

    The Channel 30 16:02

  • Asus revs 'fastest R520' graphics card

    Radeon X1800 XT core hits 700MHz

    Hardware 30 16:09

  • Amazon.co.uk restricts orders for Xbox 360

    I can only have one? But I ordered 20!

    Games 30 16:13

  • ICANN faces monopoly action

    God and UN next...

    Media 30 16:16

  • French carry out first face transplant

    Disfigured woman gets 'hybrid' visage

    Science 30 16:18

  • Intel recruits TiVo to Viiv cause

    Big names line up behind Intel marketing dollars... er... home PC platform

    PCs 30 16:23

  • HP carves up Itanium boxes for the holidays

    Have a slice or 250

    Servers 30 16:28

  • UK wows world with computerised butter dish

    Marlon Brando would have loved it

    Bootnotes 30 16:38

  • NASDAQ reprieve for Mercury

    Dodging the drop

    Financial News 30 22:38

  • Sun continues great software giveway

    Free, as in you pay for services

    Applications 30 22:54

  • IBM wants Solaris to Linux converts

    Port-O-Party

    Servers 30 22:54