3rd August 2000 Archive
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"We don't have to give everything back in a free fashion." Oops.
Software 03 07:58
Pay up, lose OEM support... then buy your support from us
Software 03 08:50
Business 03 09:51
Additional query words: Brain jar left in jar br
Bootnotes 03 09:51
Motorola fried my brain, claims US doctor
Data Networking 03 10:02
Little local difficulty for online retailer
Business 03 10:48
Money can't buy you love, but it can you get a stake in the digital music biz
Media 03 11:04
Warning: smashed sales targets ahead
Business 03 11:19
Paul Allen buys telescopes for SETI
Business 03 11:28
Registered users break 2 million
Business 03 11:45
It's unique! It's multi-channel! It's not here yet!
Data Networking 03 11:47
UK financial sector should follow US lead
Media 03 12:02
And learn to overclock with a pencil
Hardware Roundup 03 12:07
The condensed version of the antitrust trial, evidently...
Software 03 13:16
Revamp sites for next season
Business 03 13:53
New games, software and hardware for Brits
Software 03 13:53
But this time it's old skool robbery
Media 03 13:54
Holds back shipments to satisfy US demand, apparently
Business 03 14:51
Analysts say it could mean the end for independent ISP's
Data Networking 03 14:53
He didn't nick a credit card, honest
Media 03 15:20
Web piracy campaign kicks off
Business 03 16:22
William Hague uncovered. Literally. But not
Election 2001 03 16:32
Like it ain't done till Lotus won't run?
Software 03 16:39
Dell makes ground on Compaq
Business 03 16:48
Quote Unquote - No: 162 in an occasional series
Media 03 17:14
Media 03 18:27
Will the annoying little beast be muzzled?
Media 03 23:00
- +Comment Trips to Mars may be OFF: The SUN has changed in a way we've NEVER SEEN
- Vid Google opens Inbox – email for people too stupid to use email
- Pic Forget the $2499 5K iMac – today we reveal Apple's most expensive computer to date
- RUMPY PUMPY: Bone says humans BONED Neanderthals 50,000 years B.C.
- Is your home or office internet gateway one of '1.2 MILLION' wide open to hijacking?