28th April 2006 Archive

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  • Ballmer blames bad guys for Microsoft pricing

    Here be gold

    Software 28 01:49

  • Microsoft costs creep up, ahead of launches

    No search surprise

    Financial News 28 01:56

  • 'Unbreakable'? Software? Harr!

    The joke that shouldn't be a joke

    Developer 28 08:53

  • Nintendo splashes Revolution with 'Wii'

    First flush of success?

    Games 28 09:05

  • ID Card database to be used as population register

    Personal data to be shared without consent

    Policy 28 09:18

  • BT buys Dabs.com

    Telco to flog computer gear

    The Channel 28 09:22

  • Breach case could curtail web flaw finders

    Being a good guy gets you prosecuted

    Security 28 09:34

  • Sales of handheld devices continue to drop

    For the ninth quarter in a row

    Phones 28 09:37

  • Intel chief to chop workforce?

    Biggest company 'review' since mid-1980s, pledges Otellini

    Hardware 28 09:40

  • Smart mobile device market up 55%

    Qtek emerges as star performer

    Mobile 28 09:51

  • Info commission calls on business to protect bio data

    Thumb gently inserted into dyke

    Security 28 09:54

  • ID cards without contact

    Option 15% to 30% more expensive

    Policy 28 10:17

  • Wanadoo to kick off Orange makeover in May

    All change - again

    Broadband 28 10:20

  • BBC seeks 'Digital Assassins'

    Fifty quid. Bring your own blog

    Bootnotes 28 10:27

  • Net Neutrality bid gone for good

    Welcome to Switzerland

    Broadband 28 10:28

  • Da Vinci Code judgment decoded

    Judicial mischief spotlights naval glory

    Bootnotes 28 10:33

  • Road warrior Wi-Fi

    Problems with remote access? Check out iPass

    Mobile 28 10:40

  • Mexico set to join space race

    Flying burrito brothers

    Science 28 10:56

  • BOFH: That security thang

    A journey, not a destination

    BOFH 28 11:02

  • Sony to bring net-based TV-to-PSP streaming to Europe

    Mac OS X to be supported too

    Games 28 11:05

  • Wanadoo LLU service goes titsup

    Oops

    Broadband 28 11:33

  • The black art of software estimation

    How long is a piece of string? The question answered

    Developer 28 11:36

  • Bill Gates' letter to hobbyists (en Français, 2006)

    Plus ça change

    Operating Systems 28 11:56

  • AMD Opteron CPUs hit by heat stroke

    'Marginal' effect, chip maker claims

    Hardware 28 11:59

  • The summing up

    Day five: There's a fat lady, and she's warming up...

    Servers 28 12:19

  • Comment on this story and we'll sue you

    The internet gets litigious

    Letters 28 12:50

  • Mio A701 GPS smart phone

    SatNav, PDA and GSM phone in one pocket-friendly device

    Science 28 12:54

  • Scientists advance bug-eyed CCTV tech

    Defense Department funds tiny panoramas

    Science 28 12:55

  • 'Pentagon hacker' prepares for verdict

    Full disclosure

    Media 28 13:02

  • Orange animals not on endangered list

    Daft ads still in wild

    Mobile 28 13:04

  • Bulldog doubles broadband speeds

    Sweet 16

    Broadband 28 13:06

  • HCI lobby's plea for mercy

    A wing and a prayer

    The Channel 28 13:45

  • Computerland pleased with itself

    Pats on backs

    The Channel 28 14:21

  • OFT probes e-shopping

    Wants to take a closer look

    Financial News 28 14:25

  • Sci-fi’s old men rule the TV roost

    All the weekend's top TV

    Bootnotes 28 14:28

  • O2 hooks up with Disney for new 'family friendly' MVNO

    Aw shucks

    Mobile 28 14:31

  • Magic key to reveal future UK lottery numbers

    Astounding eBay offer

    Bootnotes 28 14:46

  • TDK cracks 200GB Blu-ray Disc problem

    Yes, but is it really a Blu-ray Disc?

    Hardware 28 15:42

  • Intel to offer new architecture every two years

    'Conroe' followed by 'Nehalem' followed by 'Gesher'

    Hardware 28 16:50