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24th > April > 2006 Archive

Death of the apps installer?

Look mama, no apps

Microsoft, EC take positions

MS v EU: Day oneAnti-trust appeal begins

New regulations to make porn sites warn at every page

Ambitious law 'fatally flawed'

Can BlackBerry stop RedBerry in China?

Market awaits RIM's move

MS Word causes academic dust-up

Researchers RTFM, discover back-stabbers

Email authentication gaining steam

Sender ID and DomainKeys pushed at anti-spam summit

Text to speech is getting emotional

WAKE UP!!!

Voda eyes Tiscali, Bulldog

Is it really?

Earnings down at Insight Enterprise

Sales up

Intel pins hopes on new business product

Averill to replicate Centrino's success?

Carmoan Warehouse hits out at ad critics

'Competitors moaning already' says Dunstone

PC IQ collapses

Kettle of potential buyers circle

Sony directs pros to portal

Your choice

Time up for atomic clocks

Every second counts

How many copies of XP without media player have you seen?

MS v EU: Day one1,787 copies in the wild

Futile rally for HCI victims

Tax break's last stand

Blackstar: the US space conspiracy that never was?

Two-stage ultrasecret vehicle wows the crowds

Doncaster West NHS explains meaning of 'clacker'

NSFWHandy smut guide for foreign doctors

AOL, MS join forces to combat child abuse

UK govt launches child protection centre

Gay flamingos strike long-term relationship

Carlos and Fernando: model pink parents

Apple's MacBook gets bigger and bigger

Must be something Inside

eBay buys Swedish auction outfit

Going, going...

Docs find 12 nails in man's skull

Complained of headache

Cybercops and zero day vulns

Infosec blogDon't believe the hype

Toshiba maps quantum future

Disentangling crypto

AMD, NetLogic get together for deep sniffing

Layer 7th heaven

Commission solves Windows XPN mystery

MS v EU:Day one, round two...

Libel lawyers descend on Usenet

CommentMy name is mud

Apple argues that blogger can't protect source

It would, wouldn't it?

Scott McNealy steps down

CEO Schwartz

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