29th October 1999 Archive
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Highlights from the CEO schmooze
Business 29 05:50
No Willamette until second half of next year
Business 29 06:28
System builder on subs bench after Leeds United sponsorship row
Business 29 07:03
Y2K bug eats into resellers sales -- hungry little bleeder
Business 29 07:11
Rubio to join Bennett in new venture
Business 29 08:53
AppCenter? Didn't we hear that name somewhere before?
Business 29 09:27
No, not Al Gore, the other guy...
Business 29 09:57
A key figure of the UK IT industry
Business 29 10:36
It's the channel sale of the century
Business 29 11:01
Another great British invention that had to go overseas for funding
Business 29 11:25
Buyer expected within days
Business 29 11:44
Applies for broadcasting licence, readies spin-off company
Business 29 11:57
But 815 does not cure Caminogate problems
Business 29 12:01
Register sources suffer bad attack of over-enthusiasm
Business 29 12:05
Now there's a shortage of Slot Ones..
Business 29 12:17
Forget satellite-based mobile telephony, high bandwidth Net links are where we're at now
Business 29 12:41
You can't keep a good Caminogate down
Business 29 12:50
The result may hinge on the difference between 'open' and 'open source'
Business 29 13:27
Stalled sales lead to major job cuts
Business 29 14:00
Distie maintains the future still looks bright
Business 29 14:04
McEncyclopaedias for all...
Business 29 14:39
Dummies over react to alleged UK porn spam
Business 29 14:52
Now Bennett hits the trail
Business 29 14:56
Floppy drive controllers a little too floppy, it seems
Business 29 15:41
It'd be even funnier if we hadn't followed it up ourselves...
Business 29 17:28
- Product round-up Ten excellent FREE PC apps to brighten your Windows
- Review Tough Banana Pi: a Raspberry Pi for colour-blind diehards
- Product round-up Ten Mac freeware apps for your new Apple baby
- Analysis Pity the poor Windows developer: The tools for desktop development are in disarray
- Chromecast video on UK, Euro TVs hertz so badly it makes us judder – but Google 'won't fix'