27th October 1998 Archive
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Beats off recording industry in this round of legal fight
Business 27 09:30
Company accused of mounting 'cynical attempt to distract attention'
Business 27 09:38
The Netscape meet was all an elaborate sting to trigger a DoJ investigation, says attorney
Business 27 09:42
And it may also mean IBM's Intel AIX development was a crock...
Business 27 09:45
Ed Zander is claiming a three year lead over Microsoft, but he's nearly two ahead of himself...
Business 27 09:50
Daewoo boxes will sit inside 230 stores
Business 27 10:52
But it did well selling washing machines...
Business 27 12:12
'Fess up, Barksdale, you connived with the DoJ, alleges Microsoft attorney
Business 27 12:19
Technique promises million-fold expansion of storage capacities
Business 27 13:14
Big Brother peeks through the back door
Business 27 15:24
Snuffer sniffed at Nuffer's number, but judge awarded it anyway
Business 27 15:27
Meanwhile Mosel claims Micron has assumed TI's legalistic mantel
Business 27 15:32
And 1999 could be even better
Business 27 15:43
We came here to get away from that sort of thing, claims Land of the Free
Business 27 15:48
Register writes story for blatant headline joke opportunity -- shock
Business 27 15:53
For some reason PCs keep disappearing from firms
Business 27 15:55
Cheaply takes security provision from server to clients
Business 27 15:57
Money can buy us
Business 27 16:22
Tom Barrett homes in on national sales directorship
Business 27 16:37
What happens to me when you go bust
Business 27 16:51
Wons galore for non memory chips
Business 27 17:09
Built by Infobank
Business 27 17:41
- SMASH the Bash bug! Apple and Red Hat scramble for patch batches
- BENDY iPhone 6, you say? Pah, warp claims are bent out of shape: Consumer Reports
- eXpat Files 'Could we please not have naked developers running around the office BEFORE 10pm?'
- Vulture at the Wheel Renault Twingo: Small, sporty(ish), safe ... and it's a BACK-ENDER
- NASA rover Curiosity drills HOLE in MARS 'GOLF COURSE'