21st January 2000 Archive
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The letter says it all
Business 21 09:08
Looks like the Forum may have messed up big time...
Business 21 10:08
Beyond saying it's doing a Transmeta appliance, S3 is being pretty coy
Business 21 10:57
Major roll-outs frozen, company says
Business 21 11:22
3400 layoffs at Seagate and WD
Business 21 12:06
Profits, revenue sees double-digit growth
Business 21 12:12
Couldn't ship enough fibre-optic kit
Business 21 12:14
Acer Chipset is your flexible Intel friend
Business 21 12:21
Battery needs a pint after a hard day's night
Business 21 12:32
Still pricey little numbers though
Business 21 12:36
PlayStation.com to form basis of next year's full digital media delivery service
Business 21 12:49
Promise of jam tomorrow once AOL deal beds down
Business 21 13:00
From £2.50 in November to £13 today, blimey
Business 21 13:39
And they all lived happily ever after
Business 21 13:42
It's into the drink for UK gov's Mr Internet...
Business 21 13:48
Telewest splashes out big time
Business 21 14:26
Problems still dog service, but you were warned
Business 21 15:27
To him that hath...
Business 21 15:28
Tell us how much you want, you really, really want
Business 21 15:40
Free drinks from Computer Weakly hacks
Business 21 15:53
Is Corel picking up on the soft targets or what?
Business 21 16:15
A rolling stone gathers no CMOS
Business 21 16:39
850MHz part timed to spoil Intel's party
Business 21 16:50
Jan 24 trade launch revealed in CRN scoop
Business 21 16:56
Classic momentum stock out-momentumed
Business 21 17:00
No wonder it's transmuting, this computing...
Business 21 17:16
Saddened by lack of name-check at launch - sabres at dawn impending?
Business 21 17:17
- Review Apple takes blade to 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display
- Game Theory The agony and ecstasy of SteamOS: WHERE ARE MY GAMES?
- Intel's Raspberry Pi rival Galileo can now run Windows
- 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