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10th June 1999 Archive

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  • Intel a twelve incher

    Confirms its plans

    Business 10 07:58

  • IBM Micro gerstnered – gets ideas of reference

    Motherboard design in no-memory shock

    Business 10 08:23

  • x86 chips will be two a penny

    But IA-64 Deerfield, Northwood won't be

    Business 10 08:46

  • Screws went onto IBM at Gates' bidding

    Once good soldier Kempin got the word from Bill, the hunt began

    Business 10 09:24

  • Cut a deal or you don't get Win95 – IBM faces PC suicide

    In the months before the launch, MS cut off the air supply

    Business 10 09:26

  • Secret deals MS uses to control PC companies

    Play ball and it's cheaper, compete and you're in trouble

    Business 10 09:29

  • IBM evidence shows how MS controls PC OEMs

    The Norris dossier provides the most detailed evidence yet

    Business 10 09:33

  • Berners-Lee laments way Web turned out

    Web was such a lovely child, says parent -- where did all those spots and greasy skin come from?

    Business 10 09:39

  • Easy PC FlexATX designs tip up

    Firms hiding designs under bushel

    Business 10 10:22

  • Win98 SE hits the stores, but service pack MIA

    And an interesting price structure seems to be emerging for them...

    Business 10 10:32

  • DVD player prices set to drop

    Acer Labs intros chipset combo

    Business 10 10:36

  • Sony brings digital music to retail channel

    Major filip for record stores about to be made obsolete by online sales

    Business 10 10:40

  • Pentium chips could get pricier after World Customs ruling

    Korea introduces two year retrospective duties

    Business 10 10:50

  • GamePC to ship 600MHz PIII system next week

    Liquid cooling essential

    Business 10 10:53

  • Amstrad loses Western Digital case

    But Seagate had already divvied up

    Business 10 11:11

  • Real 3D targets ATI with patent suit

    Patent appears to cover every 3D accelerator card

    Business 10 11:27

  • Euro Net market too small to support so many ISPs

    Expect many fatalities, warns report

    Business 10 11:30

  • AMD K7 to launch 28 June at 600MHz

    First time faster than Intel

    Business 10 11:34

  • Intel confirms Celeron price cuts

    Slash and burn all the way

    Business 10 11:47

  • Job losses follow Ideal re-org

    Kevin Harper leaves Inter-X board

    Business 10 11:52

  • Sage recruits for e-commerce drive

    We want you (and 299 others) as a new recruit

    Business 10 12:38

  • More UK telcos deny toll-free access – so who is it?

    Call us -- the phone bill's getting really aggravating...

    Business 10 13:06

  • Access to Auntie now comes free

    Beeb.com launches gratis ISP service

    Business 10 14:32

  • NTL to launch digital telly service in September

    Watch out BT, warns bullish cable company

    Business 10 14:35

  • BT saves Station X for exploitation

    Home of world's first electronic computer at last to become tourist trap

    Business 10 14:57

  • Linux disties clash over PowerPC clustering quality

    Is PowerPC better for parallel computing than Intel, Alpha or not?

    Business 10 15:32

  • Computacenter battles to retain BT contract

    Out to tender

    Business 10 16:12

  • Oz porn queen defends lecher list

    MPs can check its accuracy, says flame-tressed Bernadette

    Business 10 16:59

  • What do Micron, Samsung and Rambus have in common?

    Intel investment is a sheer coincidence

    Business 10 18:28

  • Beer, cigarettes, crisps make it hard to use laptops in pubs

    (With apologies to Walter S. Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal)

    Business 10 19:04

  • Further Intel, VIA shenanigans emerge

    Murk lurks at Satan Clara

    Business 10 19:24