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4th August 2006 Archive

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  • MPs want to postpone ID

    Better late than never, they say

    Policy 04 02:02

  • People still too human for Stephen Hawking

    Damned biological units...

    Science 04 06:02

  • Sun tempts corporate JBuilder users

    Working the uncertainty angle

    Applications 04 07:28

  • FSA prepares for website pressure

    As food scare enquiries skyrocket

    Policy 04 08:37

  • World chip sales slip

    June revenues down despite higher shipments

    Hardware 04 08:49

  • In the beginning was the mainframe...

    Technical evolution

    Servers 04 08:49

  • AOL prepares to slash staff

    You've got notice

    Broadband 04 08:55

  • Attackers pass on operating systems

    Aim for drivers and apps instead

    Security 04 09:03

  • Apple to bring Core 2 Duo to MacBook Pro this month?

    Next-gen dual-core mobile processor comin

    Hardware 04 09:10

  • IBM System p5: bigger, better, faster

    Heading down the speedway

    Servers 04 09:13

  • Apple may need to restate last 15 quarters

    Stock options probe 'likely' to warrant restatements

    Hardware 04 09:44

  • HTC's 'Muse' music phone played out?

    Rumours of death

    Phones 04 09:49

  • Secret agents on fire and Microsoft feels the love

    Everything's gone horribly wrong

    Letters 04 09:50

  • Horizon scoops up e-learning biz

    A little cash, a lot of shares

    The Channel 04 10:17

  • The game maker's apprentice

    Learn OO programming by writing games

    Developer 04 10:19

  • Kinpo preps second-gen iDo smart phones

    Eastern promise

    Phones 04 10:30

  • Norton smites ecclesiastical app

    Unholy row

    Security 04 10:40

  • BOFH: Bastard gets fired

    An undocumented bonus

    BOFH 04 11:02

  • Creative draws bead on iPod Nano with second-gen Neeon

    Bigger screen, more capacity... er... shorter battery life

    Hardware 04 11:12

  • ISPs suffer in the summer

    To subscribe to The Register's weekly newsletter - seven days of IT in a single hit - click here

    Business 04 11:39

  • Acer Ferrari 5000 dual-core AMD laptop

    No driving licence needed, but only Tifosi need apply...

    Hardware 04 12:17

  • Reg plan to take over Ireland thwarted

    World dominance campaign grounded...for now

    Bootnotes 04 12:43

  • Northerners in hard boozing shocker

    Dying for a drink

    Science 04 12:48

  • How to clone the copy-friendly biometric passport

    So easy the manual tells you that you can do it

    Media 04 13:08

  • Will eating crusts make your hair grow curly?

    The benefits of bread

    Science 04 13:35

  • Does thumb-sucking run in families?

    Genetic tie up

    Science 04 13:36

  • How do I taste things?

    Mmmmm Mmmmmm

    Science 04 13:37

  • e-passport cloning risks exposed

    RFID hack attack

    Security 04 13:38

  • Was human skin really used in book binding?

    Creative uses for corpses

    Science 04 13:39

  • Orange SPV M31000 pops up on carrier's UK site

    The M3000's successor is official

    Mobile 04 14:21

  • Pipex, Tiscali and TalkTalk problems

    ISPs dropping like sick flies

    Broadband 04 14:28

  • Man strip searched for packing overactive thyroid gland

    US border patrol steps over the line

    Science 04 14:33

  • Lenovo moves into the black

    China rocks

    Financial News 04 14:48

  • UK universities love open source

    Firefox doing well

    Software 04 14:59

  • No prison break on BT prices

    It's a captive audience, Mr Grout

    Broadband 04 15:11

  • Thai police crack credit card wiretap scam

    Noise on the wire

    Security 04 15:17

  • Team Three Pair go code complete

    And head off for fun in India

    Developer 04 15:19

  • Back from the dead, Silicon Valley icons hitchhike across the US

    Believe it when you GPS it

    Media 04 19:35