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Rambus takes aim at AMD and Transmeta

Rambus is extending its patent tentacles into AMD and Transmeta, according to Electronic Buyers'News' estimable Jack Robertson.
Drew Cullen, 01 Oct 2000
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Andover.net loves Solaris – true

Andover.net, subsidiary of VA Linux and owner of Slashdot, the Town Hall for the Linux community, runs its Web site on Solaris, Netcraft's Web server survey for September reveals.
Drew Cullen, 01 Oct 2000
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BT delay saves Freeserve big money

BT footdragging over unbundling the local loop is saving Freeserve around £300,000 a month. That's how much extra subsidy the ISP would have to shell out, if it were able to satisfy customer demand for unmetered access.
Drew Cullen, 01 Oct 2000
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LineOne forgets to turn off unmetered service

Update Our thanks to ISP Review and other readers who alerted us a little oversight from LineOne/Quip - The ISP announced it was ending its unmetered access service from midnight Saturday - but then forgot to switch off its 0808 unmetered access number!
Drew Cullen, 01 Oct 2000