14th March 2006 Archive

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  • Red Hat OS update goes to 64 CPUs and beyond

    Penguin put on steroid regimen

    Servers 14 00:53

  • Gambling Code of Practice released

    Strict procedures for online operators

    Media 14 09:34

  • Blanket digital licence fails in France

    Carry on pirates, carry on DRM

    Media 14 09:56

  • Passport data checks go live

    Scheme the basis for ID Cards?

    Security 14 10:01

  • BSI in breach of own disabled advice

    Standard setter, set thyself

    Management 14 10:04

  • Class action for music downloads

    Too expensive

    Media 14 10:13

  • Fraud falling under Chip and PIN

    Plastic protecting UK consumers

    Small Biz 14 10:14

  • King Tut's neighbours: broken pots

    'Undisturbed tomb' actually a dynastic Co-op

    Science 14 10:23

  • McAfee ate my system

    False positive creates havoc

    Security 14 10:26

  • How your IT department is breaking data protection laws

    Grid-tools a dream in a compliance nightmare

    Management 14 10:33

  • Three ends cross-border roaming charges

    The news just gets better for Ireland

    Mobile 14 10:47

  • Murdoch tunes in to iPod generation

    Bigs up digital future

    Media 14 10:56

  • World LCD TV sales overtake CRT revenues

    More CRTs were shipped, though

    Hardware 14 11:03

  • Java Bytecode patent allowed in UK law

    Invention 'new and inventive'

    Developer 14 11:04

  • FTC retains children’s online privacy protection rule

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it

    Media 14 11:23

  • Google and DOJ back in court today

    Nine o'clock sharp...

    Media 14 11:29

  • Rochdale outsources IT in £200m deal

    15-year contract to generate jobs in Lancashire

    Policy 14 11:35

  • WTF is a 'lappy'?

    Click here to kill/save techy barbarism

    Bootnotes 14 11:59

  • Orange kicks off HSDPA trial in France

    Okey dokey

    Mobile 14 12:03

  • ID cards are compulsory

    No they're not. Yes they are. No they're not...

    Media 14 12:20

  • Intel to hop on third-world-PC bandwagon

    Better to use old machines first?

    Hardware 14 12:28

  • Sprint and AT&T to do battle over enterprise services

    Race for multinational integration projects

    Mobile 14 12:34

  • Readers exorcise satanic BMW

    A very German postbag

    Letters 14 12:51

  • Greenhouse gas hits record high

    Portents of potential planetary peril

    Science 14 12:52

  • Phishing fraudsters offer cash reward

    Poll axed

    Security 14 12:54

  • Met police make free with Oysters

    Travel information a-go-go

    Media 14 12:59

  • Hitachi wants European consultants

    Like there's any going spare

    Management 14 13:05

  • Samsung YP-Z5 MP3 player

    Can it size up to Apple's iPod Nano?

    Hardware 14 13:07

  • Ex-Gizmondo team form ads-for-airtime phone firm

    Xero Mobile applies Smart Adds approach

    Games 14 13:45

  • MSI takes a shine to solar-powered MP3 players

    Demo'd at sunny CeBIT

    Hardware 14 14:34

  • D-Link shows off 'first' clamshell Wi-Fi VoIP phone

    TelTel on board, not Skype

    Phones 14 14:50

  • Gent well cheesed off by Voda row - report

    Fires off letter to execs

    Financial News 14 15:10

  • US cops collar ATM fraud ring

    You're nicked

    Security 14 15:14

  • WD brings external hard drive biz to book

    Hardback-shaped disk

    Hardware 14 15:24

  • Ofcom rules out broadband USO

    It's 'undesirable' apparently

    Networks 14 15:48

  • Dutch blaggers explode ATMs

    You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off

    Security 14 16:17

  • MS tweaks Software Assurance again

    Prices frozen

    Small Biz 14 16:31

  • Olympus recalls 1.2m film cameras

    Last nail in the coffin for 35mm?

    Hardware 14 16:37

  • Computacenter saw revenues, profits down in 2005

    But says reasons to be cheerful

    Financial News 14 16:54

  • Norwegians plumb in beer-dispensing kitchen sink

    Turn water into ale

    Bootnotes 14 17:07

  • Sun's Rock goes 16 cores and arrives with multi-core friends

    Marriage made in crypto

    Servers 14 17:21

  • HP takes 12 'one-time' charges in a row

    Rivals in awe of layoff lifestyle

    Financial News 14 19:46

  • Red Hat enters state of Xen

    Races SuSE to slice the penguin

    Servers 14 22:21

  • Razr returns to US strs

    GSM model bug fixed?

    Mobile 14 22:24

  • Fujitsu and Tyan flex their Opteron eight-packs

    A 7U blade and a space heater

    Servers 14 22:49

  • Mozilla's Google millions - a tax dodge?

    Transparency? We've heard of it

    Media 14 22:56

  • Google cuts data deal with DoJ

    Everyone's a winner

    Media 14 23:56