4th November 1998 Archive
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Beating up Bill on video is cowardly - they should face him in person, apparently...
Business 04 09:06
But maybe Big Blue has admitted war is over
Business 04 09:25
When the moon's in the sky like a big pizza pie...
Business 04 09:49
Move will appease government but enrage LG
Business 04 10:06
Is the great Java standards schism upon us?
Business 04 10:17
Nobody seemed to care about it, but they'll be back...
Business 04 10:58
The problem seems to be that Europe consists of lots of different countries. Egad...
Business 04 11:01
NT 5.0 may have to stay NT 5.0. Doh...
Business 04 11:19
But where are they going to shove all those millions of lines of code?
Business 04 11:48
The unpopular pair are poised to launch their riposte to Symbian next week
Business 04 11:50
Deal suggests Diamond is caving in to the music industry
Business 04 12:24
Only two per cent of breaches revealed
Business 04 12:33
Download the tracks, save them on CD
Business 04 15:11
Our daily DRAM update from Dane-Elec
Business 04 15:16
'Trustmark' to indicate legal, decent, honest and truthful ads -- when they can find some...
Business 04 15:22
Scandal breeds moral rectitude
Business 04 15:27
Pay-as you-go service just a click away
Business 04 15:32
Good formula for growth
Business 04 15:38
Software equivalent of Viagra, source says
Business 04 15:43
But move will not affect Kyocera's plans
Business 04 16:06
Semiconductor op. be listed on stock exchange, 60,000 jobs to go -- many to outer space, apparently
Business 04 16:08
We had problems modifying PowerVR for Dreamcast, confesses NEC exec
Business 04 16:24
Can anyone explain this to us?
Business 04 16:51
- SMASH the Bash bug! Red Hat, Apple scramble for patch batches
- A 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?'
- CoTW Emma Watson should SHUT UP, all this abuse is HER OWN FAULT
- Vulture at the Wheel Renault Twingo: Small, sporty(ish), safe ... and it's a BACK-ENDER