14th March 2001 Archive

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  • Crime fraud element enters Rambus case

    Meanwhile, Matsushita domino falls

    Channel 14 09:28

  • Computacenter misses £2bn t/o by a whisker

    Hits targets but profits down on 1999

    Business 14 09:35

  • Half UK dotcoms fail OFT test

    Could do better

    e-Business 14 09:36

  • Eazel sacks 40 staff

    Nautilus 1.0 is out, you're all fired, have a nice day...

    Business 14 10:31

  • LinuxWorld.com and UnixInsider.com shutting down

    So, farewell then...

    Business 14 10:44

  • ITworld.com Makes a Go of Tech Webcasting

    IDG is prepared to lose money now to win big later

    Broadband 14 10:47

  • Heads roll at Eazel

    40 out of 70 staff

    Business 14 11:09

  • Sony turns Clié PDA into digital audio, movie player

    New colour model launches in Japan

    Business 14 11:24

  • BT loses £700,000 contract for a second time

    Thanks to The Mirror

    Bootnotes 14 11:29

  • Kingfisher: record sales but profits drop

    Happy with its ebusiness, though

    Business 14 12:22

  • IBM serves up PowerPCs for Hitachi

    Joint Dev

    Business 14 12:27

  • MS to announce Linux.NET

    Heaven help us

    Software 14 12:57

  • Time shuts 22 shops

    Here we go

    Business 14 13:10

  • Cyberstalker Pedo jailed for seven years

    Subjected 17-year-old girl to online sickos

    Media 14 13:19

  • Govt ‘puzzled’ by broadband debate

    Who doth protest too much?

    Broadband 14 13:23

  • Gameplay still flooded

    It's a stinky business

    Games Industry 14 14:36

  • Teen hacker charged with Nasa attacks

    Intel hackers sm0ked crew claim cracker as one of their own

    Security 14 14:39

  • Online Fraud Museum details CC hacking techniques

    How e-merchants get shanked by kiddiots

    Security 14 14:45

  • Nortel COO suffers knife wounds complications

    Needs medical leave

    Business 14 15:44

  • BTopenworld gets in touch with your vulnerability

    Always on security for home users

    Security 14 16:01

  • Yahoo! loses! sales! supremo!

    Not shy, but very retiring

    e-Business 14 16:06

  • The ICANN meeting in a nutshell

    And more about that VeriSign deal

    Media 14 16:17

  • Napster gags Aimster anti-filter app

    Asks for Pig Encoder to be pulled, Aimster complies

    Software 14 16:20

  • BOFH: Swears, Lies and Videotapes

    It could get you into trouble

    BOFH 14 16:31

  • Nintendo GameCube set for Spring 2002 Euro launch

    Console's release will be staggered from territory to territory

    Games Industry 14 16:32

  • Financially-challenged surfers start to invade the Net

    Rich Americans forced to share cyberspace

    e-Business 14 16:36

  • Satellite data biz ‘failed spectacularly’ – Craig McCaw

    So joins with Ellipso, consolidates own satellite assets

    Data Networking 14 17:31

  • Intel delays $2bn Irish fab upgrade

    Didn't Craig Barrett say this was a bad idea?

    Channel 14 17:48

  • You can make money out of the Internet!

    Half of B2Cs still alive are profitable

    e-Business 14 18:16

  • HP pumps out CD-writer drives

    Now that's what I call download

    Business 14 18:23

  • Hardware-trashing virus spreads by email

    His Satanic Magistr requests

    Security 14 18:32

  • IR35 gives American déjà vu

    A reader remembers...

    Business 14 18:35

  • Intel merges units, shuffles suits

    Networking and Communications Group is born

    Business 14 21:59

  • American teenagers sell their souls online

    They'll eat your cereal - even if they're not hungry

    Media 14 22:01