21st October 1998 Archive
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A Register reader challenges the Microsoft 'one man' theory of Linux
Business 21 08:31
The expected counterblast has been issued. Now, who apart from Qualcomm is complaining?
Business 21 09:09
It was Sound-bite City as John Warden opened for Microsoft's defence yesterday
Business 21 09:26
New documentation indicates that Netscape's 'fantasy' originated the day after the companies met -- spooky, eh?
Business 21 09:29
These days AOL claims IE was technically superior -- but what was it saying at the time?
Business 21 09:33
Veteran dealer blames Acorn
Business 21 11:35
Weirdly, the company's still finding 98 sales surprising too...
Business 21 12:13
Attempts to get Intel to drop NSP were for technical reasons, claims Microsoft
Business 21 12:20
Microsoft attorney John Warden has so far failed to dent the Netscape CEO's armour -- but he's only on page 13 of 127
Business 21 12:23
Yet another way for Web sites to sneak dodgy content onto your system
Business 21 12:27
MacOS X Server will ship says Great Stan of fruit
Business 21 12:33
Average selling prices continue to decline
Business 21 12:50
Deal to allay mobile data security fears
Business 21 13:29
Selective acquisitions planned (as opposed to non-selective acquisitions unplanned)
Business 21 13:39
It's all about system-on-a-chip technology
Business 21 14:21
Name change and reorganisation, too
Business 21 14:56
ClearTrac integrates voice, data over frame relay
Business 21 15:01
Lawsuits? Sure, we got lawsuits...
Business 21 18:51
Parent renegotiates earnout payments of subsidiaries
Business 21 19:59
Acquisition strategy drives return to the black -- but not this year
Business 21 20:03
Lack of service in straw poll causes major grousea
Business 21 20:27
But actually, the 'victory' means a lot less than Microsoft thinks
Business 21 20:53
- Review Is it an iPad? Is it a MacBook Air? No, it's a Surface Pro 3
- Game Theory The agony and ecstasy of SteamOS: WHERE ARE MY GAMES?
- Hello, police, El Reg here. Are we a bunch of terrorists now?
- Microsoft and HTC are M8s again: New One mobe sports WinPhone
- Worstall on Wednesday Wall Street woes: Oh noes, tech titans aren't using bankers