27th June 2006 Archive

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  • NetApp aims at SMBs

    Opens the Vault

    Storage 27 00:02

  • Flu-related flapping begins

    A new unit of terror

    Science 27 06:02

  • Child porn convictions to be reported to banks

    Data protection amendment

    Media 27 08:51

  • Publisher in £80,000 font raid

    Software audit finds 11,000 unlicensed typefaces

    Media 27 09:01

  • Wiltshire eyes up flexible working

    £12m IT contract inked

    Policy 27 09:13

  • Server vendors prepare for 120W 'Clovertown'

    Xeon 5100-oriented systems designed for successor chip

    Hardware 27 09:15

  • USB drives pose insider threat

    The latest 'Trojan horse'

    Security 27 09:41

  • Borneo's 'chameleon' snake shows its true colours

    New species of colour-changing serpent

    Science 27 09:45

  • IBM takes a stab at SMBs

    Announces sharp new server offerings

    Storage 27 09:55

  • Cisco invests in NeoPath

    Corporate dance

    Storage 27 10:05

  • Solar simulation right on the money

    Expect better space weather forecasts

    Science 27 10:14

  • Crap website? Try feng shui

    Or vaastu shastra, if you're desperate

    Media 27 10:17

  • Personal computer failure rates reduce

    Is the kit more reliable - or users more careful?

    Hardware 27 10:24

  • Kiwi Telecom to split retail and wholesale operations

    Wants to promote competition

    Broadband 27 10:38

  • MDM - a strategy for IBM

    'You're on the right track, but...'

    Developer 27 10:46

  • Symantec turns off on security appliances

    80 jobs scrapped

    Data Networking 27 10:55

  • Sony unveils Flash-based UMPC

    What, no hard drive?

    Hardware 27 10:57

  • Toshiba open to re-opening HD DVD/Blu-ray merger talks

    No more chance of success than last time...

    Hardware 27 11:25

  • Brits offered wireless-stereo PMP

    No PC? No problem

    Hardware 27 11:55

  • EC polishing big stick for Microsoft

    Fines in the offing

    Software 27 12:10

  • BT wants more women engineers

    Oh, yes it does

    Broadband 27 12:13

  • Plane pollution worse by 2050

    Growth outstripping engine improvements

    Science 27 12:14

  • Centerprise opts out of Elonex bidding

    Other suitors still haggling

    The Channel 27 12:22

  • Oz censor offs Reservoir Dogs game

    Too much tomato ketchup, apparently

    Games 27 12:26

  • German T-shirt hawker set to sue bear hunter

    Bruno's cottage industry blown away

    Bootnotes 27 12:26

  • World Cup Camera Phone Contest Gallery

    Phones 27 13:11

  • Microsoft talks unified comms for Office 2007

    Email and voice together, at last

    Software 27 13:41

  • Sony, Samsung LCD JV 'to build 8G plant'

    Deal almost done

    Hardware 27 13:48

  • Building cohesion into programming

    Time is of the essence

    Developer 27 14:10

  • Computer Software Group buys Laserform (the company)

    Gets legal

    The Channel 27 14:45

  • Nortel to axe 1,100 jobs

    Cost-cutting

    Data Networking 27 15:13

  • Bird flu triggers gameplaying apocalypse

    EU/MS lawyers shall inherit the Earth

    Letters 27 15:18

  • Belgium adopts open office doc format

    Edging away from Microsoft

    Applications 27 15:38

  • Police hold three in spam Trojan bust

    'MOOP' members cuffed in UK and Finland

    Security 27 15:57

  • Gravity wave detector is go

    All bets are off

    Science 27 15:59

  • HP gives new blades a clustered makeover

    Software layered on an Infiniband foundation

    Servers 27 16:05

  • Take Two subpoenaed for GTA clandestosmut

    'What did directors know?', asks DA

    Media 27 16:08

  • Desktop Linux relies on the kindness of strangers

    Distos key to Portland Project

    Operating Systems 27 16:17

  • Intel sells XScale business to Marvell for $600m

    Wants to push x86, not ARM, for handhelds

    Hardware 27 16:25

  • AT&T launches IPTV

    Pricey, but with cheap broadband attached

    Broadband 27 16:44

  • Jobs to unleash Leopard on Microsoft

    Doesn't change spots, or act

    Hardware 27 20:23

  • Cisco doubles up on Infiniband gear

    Ethernet management marriage too

    Data Networking 27 21:15

  • IBM and HP the most loved x86 server vendors of all - study

    Sun ho-hummed, Dell scorned

    Servers 27 23:30