13th February 2001 Archive
Browse by publication date, or search the site.
Can we have our Usenet back, please?
Software 13 07:28
Spooks endorse 'Triangle Boy'
Security 13 07:56
But sales are up, and it's got a bit of cash left
Business 13 09:09
Open source drivers due March
Software 13 10:42
TV ads, PC World blitz, sub-£999 machines
Business 13 11:29
Sanchez quits, but doesn't ditch Darwin
Mac Channel 13 11:38
Didn't have the latest security patches
Security 13 11:40
And who are we to give it as miss?
Software 13 11:41
70% fewer parts in latest drives
Business 13 12:40
Judge calls it 'wickedly dangerous'
Data Networking 13 12:43
Play it again, Sam...
Mac Channel 13 12:50
10 euros a share or £30.8bn in total
Business 13 13:28
But saves major bashing for legal battle
Data Networking 13 13:30
The dictator goes shopping in Edinburgh
Security 13 13:43
We never said you should buy it
Business 13 14:24
DALnet klines users after rogue BT user spreads Trojans
Security 13 14:26
With rubbish rewrite of Eminem song
Security 13 15:08
Drivers definitely by the end of February... maybe...
Mac Channel 13 15:16
Plus a copy of Office XP
Bootnotes 13 16:10
Kaufman fiddles with client and gets nowehere
Bootnotes 13 16:19
Site creator protected by First Amendment
Media 13 16:28
Max sentence of 30 months for wOnderland crew
Media 13 17:15
New 'reasonable use' guidelines
Media 13 17:23
It made a paltry £411 million in 2000
Business 13 17:26
He revives a 1995 socket 5 system
Hardware Roundup 13 17:57
How long d'you reckon before they give them away?
Data Networking 13 18:01
'Potentially devastating': you cannot be serious!
Security 13 18:20
One of those crummy preview program things, actually, and there'll likely be a 'handling charge'...
Software 13 20:26
128Mb SDRAM chips dip below $5
Business 13 22:28
Old timers doing pretty well
Data Networking 13 22:30
It was her fault for being so pretty
Security 13 22:51
Pretty bad hacker flick -- you'll love it
Security 13 23:59
- Product round-up Ten excellent FREE PC apps to brighten your Windows
- Review Tough Banana Pi: a Raspberry Pi for colour-blind diehards
- Product round-up Ten Mac freeware apps for your new Apple baby
- Analysis Pity the poor Windows developer: The tools for desktop development are in disarray
- Chromecast video on UK, Euro TVs hertz so badly it makes us judder – but Google 'won't fix'