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14th September 1998 Archive

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  • Tesco puts £900 Fujitsu PII on sale

    Follow-up to successful pilot scheme

    Business 14 06:34

  • Resellers unite to pitch for multinationals

    A group of European companies plans presence in three continents

    Business 14 06:36

  • Still my beating heart

    Medical manufacturers need to come clean...

    Business 14 06:43

  • Web bears up under demand for Starr report

    Viewers turn from TV to Net

    Business 14 09:49

  • New York Times hacked

    Hacking for Girlies grumbles over paper's Mitnick coverage

    Business 14 10:51

  • Artecon consolidates UK beachhead

    We want more distributors -- now

    Business 14 12:16

  • IBM intros ultra-high resolution LCD

    And you thought the one in your ThinkPad was neat...

    Business 14 12:31

  • Oh CIENA! Tellabs shuns takeover

    Investor reaction to blame

    Business 14 12:55

  • Intel price axe swings again

    Prepares for Christmas and fresh introductions

    Business 14 13:10

  • Big Blue to spend more in South Korea

    Lou Gerstner on whistle-stop tour of Asia

    Business 14 13:35

  • Zippergate leaks unsettle Wall Street

    Allegedly

    Business 14 14:37

  • Baby Bells argue for IP phone charges

    Exploiting loophole

    Business 14 14:50

  • Diamond bundles Internet music with RIO

    Cheap playback

    Business 14 15:45

  • Dutch policeman nabbed in Microsoft raid

    Stolen CDs worth £1.5 million recovered

    Business 14 16:08

  • In brief: Cases against Western Digital dismissed

    There is no case to answer

    Business 14 16:09

  • Intel moves to reassure industry on bugs

    Erratumnotbug policy in place, company claims

    Business 14 20:06

  • 14/09/98 Daily Digest

    Tesco takes on iMac too

    Business 14 21:42

  • Winbond buys up ISD

    Strengthens voice IC lines

    Business 14 23:20