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27th April 2006 Archive

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  • MySQL critical of 'crippled' closed-source databases

    Friend, enemy, lover

    Applications 27 08:20

  • Samsung chip to power upcoming Flash iPods

    Chip maker lauds design win

    Hardware 27 08:42

  • How to make your own World Cup single

    Sod Embrace. Create your own terrace anthem

    Bootnotes 27 08:49

  • Fixed-mobile market to hit $28bn by 2011

    But FMC 'more exciting for operators than consumers'

    Mobile 27 09:05

  • Rock readies D&D limited edition laptop

    Roll a 4d20 and add a Centrino Platform+1

    Hardware 27 09:22

  • Postcard from Orlando

    Strange what you can find in Florida

    Developer 27 09:24

  • Ireland slips down e-readiness rankings

    But Europe still dominates

    Broadband 27 09:41

  • Man clocks Pentium Extreme to 5GHz

    Gas-cooled 65nm Intel Extreme Edition 965, anyone?

    Hardware 27 09:44

  • Vodafone Japan completes sale

    That's it

    Financial News 27 09:51

  • Computer energy use under scrutiny

    Wind-up or solar powered PCs?

    Servers 27 10:01

  • Warning! Computers can cripple you

    Make sure office work is not a pain in the neck

    Management 27 10:14

  • Colt narrows losses

    Revs flat

    Financial News 27 10:20

  • ATI shows strong Q1 chipset sales growth

    Intel less fortunate

    Hardware 27 10:26

  • Bell sees profit from Europe

    Lost in translation

    The Channel 27 10:40

  • God's gift to C

    Crossing platforms with Apache Portable Runtime

    Developer 27 10:46

  • Asda launches chavved-up sweets for mingers

    A rival to Lovehearts? Whatever

    Bootnotes 27 10:47

  • Intel's 'Broadwater' GPU to support Shader Model 4.0

    Vertex shading to be done in hardware at last

    Hardware 27 10:55

  • Security pros give VoIP the brush-off

    V for vulnerability

    Security 27 11:05

  • Intel 'Centrino 4' to drive desktop demand?

    'Santa Rosa' to boost small form-factor PC take up

    Hardware 27 11:19

  • BitLocker gives dual-boot systems the elbow

    Vista security feature is 'anti-Linux'

    Hardware 27 11:36

  • Da Vinci Code judge floats own crypto conspiracy

    Holy judgment hides secret messages

    Bootnotes 27 11:39

  • Snoop Dogg entourage 'runs riot' at Heathrow

    Shows battling supermodels how it's done

    Bootnotes 27 12:13

  • UK.gov pioneers secure Linux to contain breaches

    Return of the Mac

    Security 27 12:28

  • Wanadoo's Orange makeover edges closer

    Yet another paint job

    Broadband 27 12:39

  • Chinese net journo on 'subversion' rap

    Faces possible 15 years' jail

    Media 27 12:57

  • Samba speaks as commission interveners cut in

    Day four: more interoperability

    Servers 27 13:10

  • BBC mulls database of kids

    Blue Peter's got your number

    Security 27 13:29

  • Casio unveils 10.1Mp anti-shake digicam

    Very fast too, company claims

    Hardware 27 13:31

  • Flag of St George declared English icon

    Tearful citizens break into Jerusalem

    Bootnotes 27 13:32

  • Nokia debuts N series trio

    Shoot movies, listen to music, make occasional calls

    Phones 27 13:57

  • Golden Gate opens up for Systems Union

    Bid comes via Bidco

    The Channel 27 14:23

  • Koreans unveil speech-recognising digital doggie

    Dog bytes man

    Hardware 27 14:27

  • BT Ireland quits LLU talks

    'Frustrated' by Eircom's lack of progress

    Broadband 27 15:06

  • Persecuted by Tuesdays

    Sun's SOA messes with time

    Developer 27 15:35

  • Feel the width

    Quality? Wossat, then?

    Developer 27 15:37

  • Asus to ship luxury leather laptop next month

    S6F hand-finished in coloured cowhide

    Hardware 27 15:42

  • AV firms rubbish MS Vista security claims

    'It's just cr*p'

    Security 27 15:55

  • Seagate unveils 750GB external HDD

    Perpendicular product

    Hardware 27 16:23

  • Judge Cooke turns up the heat on Commission

    Day four: Tough questions or tough love?

    Servers 27 18:05

  • Early days of dial-up hacking recalled

    Nostalgia ain't what it used to be

    Security 27 18:32

  • Judge Cooke questions EC settlement

    Day four: Patents, protocols and intellectual property

    Servers 27 20:02