5th September 2000 Archive
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Other musings over the muesli
Hardware Roundup 05 06:15
He's off down the sweetshop
Business 05 09:38
But it was all a ghastly mistake, says programmer
Software 05 09:56
'C off up or else
Media 05 10:30
Fishin' for financing
Media 05 10:32
Marketing budget blamed
Business 05 11:11
It's a disgrace, says respectable Internet news service
Bootnotes 05 11:21
Channel conflict will occur
Business 05 11:38
We could all be multi-millionaires this time next week
Media 05 11:49
It's a sad, sad day
Media 05 11:52
Intel DDR boards to arrive later on
Channel 05 11:53
With that as well as Sun and IBM, it gives Vodafone pretty much a complete set...
Software 05 12:22
But prices falling, supply good
Channel 05 13:07
It's official: You have no rights and they have no obligations
Media 05 13:08
The jury said no case last year, but the judge is getting very uppity...
Software 05 13:25
Jalda is not quite the real thing
Media 05 14:05
But not much to worry about unless you're Net-stupid
Media 05 14:06
Sixteen GigaFLOPS if you need them
Media 05 14:07
Birmingham tops illegal software league
Software 05 14:33
Family reasons cited
Business 05 14:34
"We will take all necessary steps"
Media 05 14:36
Card games and bingo will be favourites
Media 05 15:15
It's a rumour we heard a few days ago, and it's got legs
Software 05 15:55
Oh, the an tis ee pay shun is just tooo much
Media 05 15:58
Systems in the shops RSN
Channel 05 16:13
Revamps DeskPro and Armada lines
Business 05 16:25
No tens of billions in damage estimates -- yet
Media 05 16:53
Happy Taipei fabbers spill the beans...
Business 05 17:05
Another MS 'feature virus'
Software 05 18:53
- World's OLDEST human DNA found in leg bone – but that's not the only boning going on...
- Lightning strikes USB bosses: Next-gen jacks will be REVERSIBLE
- Pics Brit inventors' GRAVITY POWERED LIGHT ships out after just 1 year
- Storagebod Oh no, RBS has gone titsup again... but is it JUST BAD LUCK?
- Three offers free US roaming, confirms stealth 4G rollout