26th March 2001 Archive

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  • AMD nails IBM to Hammer mast

    SOI Source

    Channel 26 07:10

  • EU recycling law to cost Dixons £17m a year

    WEEE directive inching forward

    Business 26 09:00

  • BTopenworld to fold?

    Maybe, maybe not

    Broadband 26 10:27

  • ‘Universal’ key claimed to disable MS Office XP security

    But weren't they going to stop putting back doors in the code?

    Software 26 10:53

  • Via's Cyrix III – out and about

    At $54, undercutting Celeron and Duron

    Channel 26 12:03

  • Bob Geldof sells Deckchair.com

    He don't like Mondays

    e-Business 26 12:07

  • BT's problems pile up

    But Reg still backs Bonfield

    Broadband 26 12:12

  • IBM plays favourites with Linux distros

    Four get preferred status

    Software 26 12:17

  • Mobile industry turns back on pre-pay market

    Not too keen on talking to journalists though

    Data Networking 26 13:20

  • Reg SETI group sweeps all before it

    The Power of The Vulture

    Bootnotes 26 13:22

  • PC price war coming warn analysts

    Recession to provoke extreme competition

    Business 26 13:46

  • AOL UK bans time

    What a clock-up

    Media 26 14:09

  • Game winds up players with 3am phone calls

    Infamy, infamy, they've all got it in for me...

    Games Industry 26 14:14

  • TSMC takes Nvidia GeForce 3 to volume production

    Xbox core components too

    Channel 26 14:44

  • Madasafish boots 200 abusers

    PlusNet postpones FRIACO launch

    Media 26 15:41

  • Transmeta preps pumped up Crusoe

    Plans to outstrip 20% per generation chip performance

    Channel 26 16:36

  • Affinity losses widen

    Share price rises

    e-Business 26 16:41

  • Danes are universe's keenest netizens

    Men surf for porn while women look up beauty tips

    Media 26 16:44

  • Bluetooth demos flop at CeBit

    MS' 'alpha' software makes wireless connections 'kaputt'

    Data Networking 26 16:47

  • What good are computers anyway?

    They'd have saved thousands of pigs and cows

    Bootnotes 26 16:50

  • British, American scientists discover Gelsinger co-efficient

    Thermal mystery solved

    Bootnotes 26 17:40

  • Public interest cited in DVD descrambler appeal

    Now you're talking

    Media 26 21:01