17th > February > 2001 Archive

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HP wins UK inkjet patent suit

Hewlett-Packard has shut down imports by Teco Europe of clone inkjet cartridges, following an out-of-court settlement.
Drew Cullen, 17 Feb 2001
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Intel awards ALi P4 chipset licence

Intel has extended Acer Labs'(ALi)chipset licensing rights to the Pentium 4.
Drew Cullen, 17 Feb 2001
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Rambus, the paper trail and the ‘secret global DRAM takeover plan’

At times, the US judicial system can be a wonderful thing, especially if you are a resourceful journalist like Steven Fyffe, of Electronic News.
Drew Cullen, 17 Feb 2001
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There's no going back after CPRM, warns Schneier

CPRM copy control poses "a serious threat to civil liberties", writes cryptography expert Bruce Schneier.
Andrew Orlowski, 17 Feb 2001
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Motorola threatens UK job cuts

Motorola sent 1600 workers home from its Swindon plant on Thursday.
Robert Blincoe, 17 Feb 2001
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Blueyonder in disarray as thieves nick 23 servers

Blueyonder customers in the south east face severe disruption to their broadband service this weekend, following the theft of 23 servers early Friday morning from parent company Telewest's network centre in Basildon.
Drew Cullen, 17 Feb 2001