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14th July 2006 Archive

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  • VMware rubber stamps 'free' Server product

    Good to slice

    Servers 14 00:58

  • Intel 'Conroe' Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme

    Intel's next-gen architecture - it's here

    Hardware 14 05:02

  • Indies, songwriters want jaw jaw with ISPs

    Not war war

    Broadband 14 07:36

  • Microsoft to foot consultant recruitment bill for UK dealers

    Wanted: 400 bodies

    The Channel 14 07:58

  • Microsoft to Google: get your tanks off our lawn

    Enterprise search is not for the likes of you

    Applications 14 08:04

  • Cisco equipment at heart of £9m alleged scam

    Warranty shenanigans

    The Channel 14 09:10

  • Computing VAT regime will be turned on its head, says EU Commissioner

    Stop the Carousel, We want to get off

    Small Biz 14 09:18

  • AMD to complain about Intel in Germany

    Anti-competition allegations again

    Hardware 14 09:42

  • Microsoft Live could use channel

    Upheaval still inevitable

    The Channel 14 09:46

  • Secret court secretly reviewing secret wiretaps

    White House gets custom legislation

    Media 14 10:14

  • California to sue DRAM makers over price-fixing claims

    Will file lawsuit with 33 other states

    Hardware 14 10:31

  • eBay in wing-mirror reflectoporn shocker

    BMW accessory with added va-va-voom

    Bootnotes 14 10:44

  • Sony, Samsung confirm 8G LCD deal

    $1.9bn plant to begin production in 2007

    Hardware 14 10:48

  • BOFH: Go on then, subcontract us...

    But pay the price

    BOFH 14 11:02

  • Can leaving a baby to 'cry it out' cause brain damage?

    Parenting practice

    Science 14 11:16

  • What is deep vein thrombosis?

    'Economy class syndrome' uncovered

    Science 14 11:16

  • Is there any evolutionary advantage in snoring?

    Who nose?

    Science 14 11:22

  • FujiFilm fetes face-detecting digicam

    Eyes, check. Mouth, check. Yes, it's a face...

    Hardware 14 13:00

  • Readers with plenty to hide poo-poo global database

    Plus: nukes, typos and terrible punning

    Letters 14 13:02

  • French poor to get net for €1 per day

    Cut-price PC plus broadband

    Broadband 14 13:06

  • File-swappers' identities protected by Dutch court

    Privacy laws

    Media 14 13:11

  • The Minamata disaster - 50 years on

    Lessons learned?

    Science 14 13:11

  • Networking sites could help hackers

    Social climbing

    Security 14 13:17

  • Griffin iTrip to be UK street-legal by year's end?

    UK authority formally proposes legalisation

    Hardware 14 13:26

  • Kinderstart stopped in its tracks

    Judge dismisses anti-trust case

    Media 14 14:09

  • Typepad goes titsup again

    Panic in Blogosphere

    Business 14 14:26

  • World Cup streaming fails to score

    Everyone opts to watch it on telly instead

    Bootnotes 14 14:33

  • The English: 'bebados arruaceiros e nojentos imbecis'

    A Portugeezer writes

    Bootnotes 14 14:38

  • Inventory woes hit EMC profits

    Gear shift slippage

    Data Centre 14 14:51

  • Human error, sweet music, and more bleeding football

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    Business 14 20:31

  • America's libido can't afford a Bill Gates University

    Give me Carnegie or give me death!

    Bootnotes 14 22:34