30th March 2006 Archive

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  • Joe-job spammers shift tactics to evade filters

    Ricochet

    Security 30 00:02

  • NASA probes underwater operations

    Called NEEMO, geddit?

    Science 30 00:02

  • IBM offers Sun-only price break on middleware

    Have UltraSPARC T1, will discount

    Servers 30 00:56

  • Red Hat feels open source certification vibe

    Getting ahead of itself

    Operating Systems 30 01:37

  • Of Infocard: Who keeps an eye on the guardians?

    Why not PGP keysigning?

    Developer 30 07:34

  • Reports of death of MS Passport exaggerated

    Alive, Alive - ho!

    Developer 30 07:44

  • BT Retail to increase call charges

    It might only be a halfpenny, but...

    Broadband 30 08:35

  • Directive to switch off hate TV in Europe

    New rules for audio-visual content

    Media 30 08:36

  • BT opens IT helpdesk for home users

    Got a problem? That's £25

    Broadband 30 08:42

  • Another delay for .xxx domain

    US concerns quash approval hopes

    Media 30 08:50

  • ID cards sorta compulsory

    It's called a compromise

    Media 30 08:51

  • Drunk driver fingers Shania Twain

    Telepathic mind control defence

    Bootnotes 30 08:54

  • Nokia staff jacked by Ernst & Young laptop loss

    Sun, Cisco, IBM and BP welcome the Finns

    Security 30 09:02

  • First phase of public service transformation underway

    Plans for 'radical change' laid out till 2011

    Policy 30 09:09

  • Navman intros 'navigation-by-pictures' GPS kit

    Hardware gets 'serious' styling

    Hardware 30 09:31

  • The man behind OSSTMM

    Federico Biancuzzi sits down with open source manual creator Pete Herzog

    Security 30 09:50

  • Japanese tune into quasar encryption

    Randomness makes for secure comms

    Science 30 10:08

  • Trojan row over spouse monitoring software

    FlexiSPY

    Security 30 10:16

  • AMD readies Opteron 2xx, 8xx speed bump

    Last Socket 940 fling before Socket F debuts?

    Hardware 30 10:16

  • Chinese invade Antarctica

    'I name this island...'

    Bootnotes 30 10:17

  • Packet-sniffing techie uncovers spousal infidelity

    Warning: technology can end your relationship

    Security 30 10:21

  • AMD re-schedules dual-core Turion 64 debut?

    Back a month to join Socket AM2 Athlons, mole suggests

    Hardware 30 10:34

  • Techscape: what in the world is going on?

    The state of tech

    Business 30 10:42

  • Tories promise to ditch ID Cards

    A liberal conundrum?

    Media 30 11:12

  • Thus integration going to plan

    Which is nice

    Broadband 30 11:34

  • Asbo total hits 7,356

    You know when you've been asboed

    Bootnotes 30 11:35

  • IPTV set for £1bn future

    But there are buts...

    Broadband 30 11:43

  • SMBs eye up big boys' storage

    Conflicting needs

    The Channel 30 12:12

  • Nintendo Revolution chip specs leak

    CPU, GPU clocked 50 per cent higher than GameCubes, apparently

    Games 30 12:13

  • MS, EC trade slaps on way into anti-trust hearing

    Brad Smith arrives mob-handed

    Operating Systems 30 13:04

  • UK.gov html all over the place

    Many sites not W3C compliant, to boot

    Policy 30 13:09

  • Blue Peter ID cards no joke

    £900 eBay bid bursts the dam

    Bootnotes 30 13:11

  • ParACCEL up and running

    The new boy on the data warehouse appliance block

    Developer 30 13:39

  • Top bean counter to quit C&W

    So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye...

    Broadband 30 14:11

  • O2 confirms XDA IQ smart phone

    Launch imminent

    Phones 30 14:12

  • Ofcom confirms continued cellco dominance

    But operators still face significant challenges

    Mobile 30 14:33

  • Power cut hits Plusnet

    Site down

    Broadband 30 15:12

  • Navicore Personal 2006/1 smart phone GPS

    Upgrade time?

    Science 30 15:21

  • Minister pledges no complete DNA database

    Population spared fingerprinting

    Security 30 15:23

  • Alcatel signs up to MS dewormer tech

    It's NAP time

    Security 30 15:25

  • SKY TV crashes in NZ and Oz

    What's that Skippy? They've lost the signal on the Optus B1 Satellite?

    Bootnotes 30 15:30

  • O2 to offer Palm Treo 650 smart phones

    Smart-phone maker wins second big European carrier

    Phones 30 15:35

  • GNER inter city trains to get Wi-Fi by August

    Arriving nine months ahead of schedule

    Broadband 30 16:04

  • Judge quashes MS bid to subpoena Oracle and Sun

    Refuses to annoy the EC

    Media 30 18:35

  • VXers add rootkit tech to MyDoom and Bagle

    Stealth code goes mainstream

    Security 30 18:40

  • Dutch offered Harry Potter 4 pay-to-own download

    Windows DRM leaves iPod owners out in the cold

    Hardware 30 19:41

  • Rural BOFHs face FBI threat menace

    It's in the registry, stupid

    Bootnotes 30 19:41