15th February 2006 Archive

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  • Sun hopes open equals interest with GPLed chip

    Give us your tired, poor and SPARCless masses

    Hardware 15 00:40

  • XenSource clears mind of CEO

    Ex-Veritas man steps in as new master

    Servers 15 05:50

  • Linus: read-up on your GPL 3.0

    When is a derivative not a derivative?

    Software 15 09:48

  • Apple posts Mac OS X 10.4.5 update

    Intel and PowerPC versions tweaked

    Hardware 15 10:09

  • E-government whitewash continues

    It's all so spiffing, says Soctim

    Policy 15 10:09

  • Nokia and Sanyo team up for CDMA

    A problem spun-out is a problem solved?

    Mobile 15 10:15

  • DCA outlines local election pilots

    Electoral modernisation

    Policy 15 11:06

  • AMD slashes Opteron prices by over 50%

    Way paved for DDR 2-supporting successors

    Hardware 15 11:10

  • Skype goes 3G

    Star-VoIP and Hutch

    VoIP 15 11:14

  • Climate change gets SETI-style simulations

    Global warming begins at home

    Science 15 11:28

  • Intel looks to SIM cards for universal wireless access

    Diplomatically ignores WiMAX in 3G-oriented press statement

    Hardware 15 11:30

  • Privacy and anonymity

    Just how far does Big Brother's eye see?

    Security 15 11:43

  • ATI R590 said to ship next month

    Pre-CeBIT debut?

    The Channel 15 11:48

  • Orange and Wanadoo spared job cuts in UK

    France Telecom confirms numbers will remain 'stable'

    Networks 15 11:51

  • China to Qualcomm: er, you and whose army?

    3G IP royalty war heats up

    Mobile 15 12:00

  • Microsoft testing 'Core Duo power drain bug' fix

    BIOS update and patch in the pipeline

    Hardware 15 12:45

  • Aramiska flickers back to life

    Service may be switched on soon

    Broadband 15 13:07

  • Patch posted to run Mac OS X 10.4.4 on 'generic PC'

    A work in progress

    Hardware 15 13:16

  • Ingram still straining for profit

    IT distributors risk hernia

    The Channel 15 13:32

  • Bates back at Azlan

    Longtime coming

    The Channel 15 13:56

  • Second Freeview box signals alien invasion fleet

    Sinister transmissions continue

    Science 15 13:59

  • Network Technology acquires Madge assets

    Becomes Lord of the Token Rings

    Data Networking 15 14:37

  • Oracle eats Sleepycat

    Still hungry?

    Applications 15 15:13

  • Seven patches for St Valentine's patch Tuesday

    Say it with vulns

    Security 15 15:17

  • Wanadoo trails Tiscali for UK broadband numbers

    Race is on for magic million

    Broadband 15 15:28

  • California ordered to improve its execution experience

    Customer comfort paramount

    Bootnotes 15 15:29

  • Mobile content - it’s not just porn you know

    Mainly porn admittedly…

    Mobile 15 15:34

  • Varsavsky's Folly: the precedents ain't good

    One man's blog-beatified Wi-Fi adventure

    Broadband 15 15:56

  • Racial abuse silences BBC sports message board

    It's just not cricket

    Bootnotes 15 15:58

  • HSDPA puts 3G on steroids

    Mobile operators feel the need for speed

    Mobile 15 16:44

  • Aramiska network up and running again

    Okay, so what happened?

    Broadband 15 16:50

  • Higgs Boson a-go-go

    Successful test drive for particle physics mega-grid

    Servers 15 17:02

  • US tops download charts

    They just love their ringtones…

    Mobile 15 17:06

  • Apple pushes MacBook Pro ship dates back to March

    Shipping slipping?

    Hardware 15 17:17

  • Stars discovered flashing

    Lab RRATs

    Science 15 18:02

  • Microsoft prolongs row over EC manuals

    Pity the poor bureaucrat who has to check them

    Software 15 19:30

  • 'Pentagon hacker' wants to see Bush's John Hancock

    Nothing less will do

    Policy 15 21:46

  • Open source ISVs must side with SAP to survive - SAP

    That or be bought by Oracle

    Applications 15 21:57