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17th November 2006 Archive

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  • AOL appoints first UK MD

    Jonesco a-go-go

    Networks 17 00:02

  • McNealy: Sun can solve global warming

    Give us servers and nuclear power

    Servers 17 04:00

  • Through the (walled) garden gate...

    How much is stuff you've already bought worth?

    Mobile 17 06:29

  • Would-be kidnapper shoots self in 'nads

    Bit of a balls-up off

    Media 17 09:27

  • HP results shrug off scandal

    Not just an ink/pretexting giant

    Financial News 17 09:40

  • PC World gets down to business

    50,000 products available online

    Small Biz 17 09:50

  • Google draws in iRows

    Whatever floats your boat

    Applications 17 10:15

  • 'Blagging' info thieves fined £14,800

    Married couple sold info to private eyes

    Security 17 10:19

  • Telstra, NatWest admit DNS problems

    Start of winter flu season?

    Management 17 10:50

  • AMD accused of patent violation

    Opti files lawsuit

    Hardware 17 10:54

  • Who knows what there is to know about the nose?

    Nosey parker

    Science 17 11:20

  • Do humans have a compass in their nose?

    Homing pigeons humans

    Science 17 11:22

  • NAO gets loved up on gov IT

    Takes pet projects for walk in the sun

    Management 17 11:27

  • Sony Ericsson readies RAZR-killer?

    More likely gunning for Samsung's market share

    Phones 17 11:38

  • RTL tipped to bid for ITV

    German media group to snatch NTL deal?

    Networks 17 11:39

  • BOFH: When non-IT people make IT decisions

    Brace for impact

    BOFH 17 12:02

  • Site names missing child abuse offenders

    Most unwanted

    Media 17 12:13

  • Aussie drunk driver threatens cops with snake

    Slippery customer

    Media 17 12:18

  • Shock, horror, outrage - biometric passport data snooped, again

    Insecurity as a design feature...

    Security 17 12:47

  • OCZ spins memory cooler for overclockers

    Clip it on yer DIMMs

    Hardware 17 12:53

  • AMD's chipset naming scheme: details emerge

    ATI codenames to the fore

    Hardware 17 13:22

  • Symbol readies slimmer corporate PDA phone?

    MC35 said to offer VoIP, push-to-talk, optional Wi-Fi

    Phones 17 13:28

  • Dell buys reseller, BT buys PlusNet and everyone buys HP

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

    Business 17 14:11

  • Hippy geeks threaten supercomputing masculinity

    My cluster is greener than yours

    Servers 17 14:48

  • MS London Tube crash: all is revealed

    An insider sets us straight

    Data Centre 17 14:54

  • Giant Colonel Sanders visible from space

    Welcome to our planet - have some chicken

    Science 17 14:56

  • Cancel ID cards, un-ban the hunt, and resign - Tony B's e-petitions

    Press red button for e-government. Not.

    Media 17 15:07

  • IBM extends NetApp line

    Fills hole in SMB range

    Storage 17 15:08

  • Gear4 BluEye iPod-phone adaptor

    FM radio and player remote control too

    Hardware 17 15:10

  • Security firm Guidance settles FTC breach charges

    Negligence rebuke

    Security 17 15:12

  • Brit jailed for 'web rage'

    Chatroom row led to serious beating

    Media 17 15:16

  • Keeping CodeGear was a no-brainer - sez Borland

    Borland changes mind? Deja vu all over again

    Developer 17 15:26

  • Foreigners, geeks and teachers harm UK IT

    BCS slings some mud

    Management 17 15:39

  • Peaceniks work up to Global Orgasm

    Mass coming together on 22 December

    Media 17 15:54

  • Jedis use taser guns to shoot down the Queen's speech

    And the spoof that spoofed you all

    Letters 17 16:17

  • Sex with dead deer not illegal, lawyer argues

    Wisconsin case hinges on definition of 'animal'

    Media 17 16:20

  • Man shot while queuing to buy PlayStation 3

    Americans go postal for PS3

    Games 17 16:28

  • eBayer bids $89m for PS3

    Going loco

    Games 17 17:38

  • Mobile 2.0: The phone-in show

    Never mind the quality, feel the width

    Mobile 17 18:13

  • Pervhunt site point to Page 3 lovelies

    'Hilarious' prank stopped at source

    Bootnotes 17 18:34

  • Are carriers learning to love dual-mode?

    Nuvoiz sees flat-rate tariffs pushing voice calls onto Wi-Fi

    Mobile 17 19:17

  • Online gambling now billion dollar three-card monte

    The wrong ass

    Financial News 17 19:43

  • Trusted Computing readies anti-malware specs

    Software spec will help apps leverage TPM security chips

    Security 17 19:45

  • Video game critics' bandwagon rolls backwards

    EU commissioner goes walkabout

    Bootnotes 17 20:55

  • Panic in Sadville!

    Hard lessons for Second Life citizens

    Media 17 23:52

  • Open Source - it isn't just about being nice

    Freedom matters

    Operating Systems 17 23:53

  • UMG sues MySpace

    Pay up, Rupert

    Media 17 23:54