2nd August 2000 Archive
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No one writes to the kernel
Software 02 10:08
It could be the missing link
Business 02 10:18
There's a lot more than Linux appliances to this deal...
Software 02 10:21
Boot's on the other foot now, isn't it, Apple?
Mac Channel 02 11:15
Security scares prove good for business
Software 02 11:16
Well they had to, we had the proof
Media 02 11:18
And not a particularly well disguised one, either...
Software 02 11:26
Our regular Internet cash thrash
Business 02 11:44
We're drooling about cooling
Hardware Roundup 02 11:49
It'll change the world! When it happens. Maybe... Sort of...
Media 02 12:55
Ahhh, the sweet whiff of sour grapes
Media 02 12:56
Some people can't even bribe straight...
Bootnotes 02 13:46
Oh, why are we way ting, wh-hi are we way ting, oh why..
Business 02 13:54
Price fixing under threat
Media 02 15:04
Download numbers highlight attempts to get as much stuff for free as possible before closure
Media 02 15:13
Now there really will be a bug in the hardware
Channel 02 15:56
It's all down to the reliability
Software 02 15:59
The things people will do to get their name in print
Media 02 16:08
You're only seven months or more late, guys...
Media 02 16:17
Probably using a price checking search engine
Business 02 16:28
Loopy London power outage story is turned around
Bootnotes 02 16:48
He's really gone - screaming, running between cars, the whole biz
Bootnotes 02 16:48
Fascinating double-act, or Unix revolves around Ray Noorda?
Software 02 17:39
- Mounties always get their man: Heartbleed 'hacker', 19, CUFFED
- Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner hacked in just 4 DAYS
- Feast your PUNY eyes on highest resolution phone display EVER
- AMD demos 'Berlin' Opteron, world's first heterogeneous system architecture server chip
- Analysis Oh no, Joe: WinPhone users already griping over 8.1 mega-update