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6th December 2005 Archive

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  • Who owns your Wikipedia bio?

    Web's favourite RPG hits the headlines

    Media 06 04:57

  • At last, Sun unveils UltraSPARC revival

    Erie and Ontario refreshed by Niagara

    Servers 06 05:02

  • Xen 3.0 ready to be hammered

    Have at it, boys

    Servers 06 09:36

  • Tesco unwraps musical Xmas sandwich

    Oh good, singing lunch

    Bootnotes 06 09:51

  • Real rhapsodises over the net

    Real Deal

    Financial News 06 09:59

  • MP3 players could destroy planet: official

    Xmas data apocalypse risk

    Bootnotes 06 10:32

  • Future of AOL to be decided soon

    Oh yes it will, oh no it won't

    Financial News 06 10:43

  • Fujitsu preps carbon nanotube heat-sink

    Mobile phone base-station chips to run faster, cooler

    Science 06 10:46

  • Rhapsody 'preview' for Mac, Linux users

    Small carrot to tempt music subscribers

    Hardware 06 10:50

  • Bluetooth roadmap updated but UWB wars could scupper it

    Best survival plan, but ...

    Mobile 06 11:12

  • Intel Macs 'due 6 June'

    Early 2006 launch date dashed?

    Hardware 06 11:20

  • ITV swallows Friends Reunited

    Hello again

    Financial News 06 11:32

  • E-tailers must provide more information

    Taking stock

    Small Biz 06 11:44

  • ATI unwraps first X1000-class mobile graphics chip

    Coming soon to a notebook near you

    Hardware 06 11:47

  • Panasonic promos 50GB Blu-ray Disc production pilot

    Dual-layer player

    Peripherals 06 11:51

  • Empire Online plays legal card in PartyGaming spat

    Lawyers spin wheel of fortune

    Financial News 06 12:25

  • Aussie Kazaa users told to stop using Kazaa

    Federal Court bans downloading it too, website says

    Media 06 12:33

  • Sonnet iPod battery replacement pack

    How to revive a run-down iPod

    Reviews 06 13:02

  • Apple to open Sheffield this Saturday

    The Full Mac Monty

    Hardware 06 13:26

  • Ericsson to babysit 3's UK phone network

    What's the hourly rate?

    Mobile 06 13:31

  • Taiwanese firm to open UFO research base

    Probing tree-felling alien visitation claims

    Science 06 13:34

  • UK vs US as vendors race to ship first dual-core laptop

    The Widow versus the Rock

    Hardware 06 13:53

  • EFF volunteers to lose important suit over Sony 'rootkit'

    Still securing precedents for the other side

    Media 06 14:07

  • Xbox 360 vs PS3

    It's going to be all about the discs

    Consoles 06 14:25

  • Anatomy of a failed virus attack

    It happened to me

    Security 06 14:36

  • Celine Dion fights mutant rats on Xbox 360

    Plus chavs - legitimate news?

    Letters 06 14:46

  • Hibernate Object Relational Mapping (Part 2)

    Second in a two-part series by Java Guru John Hunt

    Developer 06 15:11

  • Ofcom fingers Capgemini for IS deal

    Legacy systems-tastic

    Management 06 15:29

  • Al-Qaeda probes enemy on Google Earth

    So claims US Marine

    Bootnotes 06 15:52

  • Telewest coughs to email gremlins

    Keen to catch the blighters

    Broadband 06 15:54

  • Hosting firm cuts off VMT Scientific website

    Press releases mirrored by hype-spam

    Security 06 15:58

  • Philips legend dies at 100

    Influential

    Business 06 16:00

  • eBay UK takes down pirate software sales

    Microsoft cracks the whip

    Media 06 17:04

  • More on IBM and SOA

    Biggest change since client-server

    Developer 06 18:29

  • Novell hails pipsqueaking NHS deal

    On a Linux promise

    Operating Systems 06 18:51

  • Unix support and licensing focus for 'minor' Windows release

    No need for Linux

    Operating Systems 06 19:25

  • Sun opens Niagara chip design to world+dog

    Forces Oracle pricing refactorization

    Servers 06 20:28

  • Red Hat designs rubber stamp for open source stacks

    Takes services to the service providers

    Applications 06 21:39

  • Brocade ends 2005 with a wheeze

    Next year more promising

    Storage 06 23:17

  • Hollywood bets on biometric DRM + P2P

    Thumbs up, or thumbs down?

    Media 06 23:48