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29th November 2000 Archive

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  • With friends like these… MS amici file their briefs

    Denouncing... George III?

    Software 29 05:33

  • IBM exec accused of insider trading

    Caught on tape

    Business 29 07:47

  • Mr wembleystadium .net loses domain case

    WIPO unconvinced

    Media 29 07:48

  • Where have all the Web sites gone?

    Botched upgrade at Freedom To Surf

    Media 29 07:51

  • 600 jobs go at BT call centre

    Festive cheer

    Business 29 07:53

  • 1.7GHz Athlon – too hot to trot?

    One step beyond?

    Channel 29 07:57

  • CyberPatrol censor-ware gives up credit details

    Another fine mess

    Media 29 09:07

  • China jumps on human organ craze

    Sidney, pass me the kidney

    Media 29 09:55

  • PocketPC takes marketshare from Palm

    Mainly in the corporate world

    Business 29 10:37

  • Amazon hit by analyst fears

    Is the glass half-empty or half-full?

    Business 29 11:02

  • HP racks up 9000 L-Class

    Dimpled chads found in pricing schemata

    Business 29 11:05

  • Think tank rolls over e-biz standards

    But where's Sun?

    Software 29 11:10

  • Xbox to tempt parents with online banking option

    M$ porting Money over

    Business 29 11:25

  • Just when you though BOFH has disappeared…

    Try this simple test

    Business 29 11:41

  • Just when you thought BOFH had disappeared…

    Try this simple test

    BOFH 29 11:45

  • Pocket lie detector spots phone phoneys

    'I'm working late at the office.'
    'No you're not...'

    Business 29 12:19

  • AMD, Intel chips get DDR mobos

    No favouritism at SOYO

    Business 29 13:15

  • IBM appoints first Chief Privacy Officer

    Harriet Pearson will make us feel safe online

    Media 29 13:28

  • RIAA bids for control of online royalty payments

    Trade body getting ready for post-Napster digital music world

    Media 29 13:44

  • Intel ships 6000 Itaniums

    Blimey, they kept that quiet

    Channel 29 14:15

  • Deutsche Telekom threatens to withdrawn flat-rate Net access

    Is this the most arrogant telecoms company in the world?

    Data Networking 29 14:29

  • Bullies taunt victims with SMS

    The poison pen gets hi-tech

    Data Networking 29 14:31

  • InterX signs new customers, new dealers

    Revenue up but so are losses

    Business 29 14:44

  • 365 Corp sales jump

    Gay soccer telco

    Business 29 14:44

  • Euro Netheads check out books, CDs, travel, PCs

    Want ADSL, like the idea of WAP

    Business 29 14:51

  • HWRoundup The great P4 benchmark debate rages

    Include us out

    Hardware Roundup 29 14:57

  • Freequotes gets TheStreet.co.uk for a snip

    Picking over the bones of dotcom carrion

    Business 29 15:46

  • $50 million for genetherapies .net?

    Domain name sellers lose the plot

    Media 29 16:50

  • Leechnet: the porn Napster

    D'you think the smut business will take it to court?

    Bootnotes 29 16:57

  • C&W fires six for email abuse

    Obscene communications

    Media 29 16:59

  • Yet more PIII DDR mobos arrive

    Chaintech boosts Intel performance

    Business 29 17:21

  • Intel poaches Apple ad guru

    Think Different... buy a Pentium 4

    Mac Channel 29 17:22

  • Portable Sun servers get dual screen capability

    Tadpole kit revamp pitched towards the City

    Business 29 17:38

  • Dial P for Public toilets

    Express relief

    Media 29 18:02

  • Microsoft urges people not to use the Internet

    You are at great risk, says the Beast of Redmond

    Media 29 18:05

  • Yahoo! – encryption for the masses

    Not end-to-end

    Media 29 18:06

  • Car site aims to shut up annoying salespeople

    Promises dealer quotes in four hours

    Business 29 21:46

  • AOL Instant Msgr accounts easily hijacked

    Hacker gold rush

    Media 29 21:54