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17th April 2001 Archive

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  • Where have all the Cisco customers gone?

    Pink slips rain on 8,500 staff

    Business 17 08:37

  • So when will NEC stop making PCs?

    Lehmans analyst forecasts withdrawal

    Business 17 09:31

  • OCWorkbench puts boot into KT266 retail boards

    Performance and stability issues

    Business 17 10:30

  • AOL exceeds 29 million users

    That's a lot of members

    e-Business 17 10:31

  • AMD and VIA stoke EC Intel fire – EBN

    Fair Plays

    Channel 17 10:59

  • Compaq settles with Transmeta server start-up

    Legal shave puts Razor in lather

    Business 17 11:26

  • Ad signals iMac demise?

    Well, ish...

    Mac Channel 17 11:29

  • Handspring revenue growth defies market trend

    Just about

    Business 17 11:30

  • DoS bug bites Microsoft's first security product

    It was only a question of time

    Security 17 11:34

  • Downed Chinese fighter pilot immortalised on Web site

    Wang's prang makes him a martyr

    Media 17 11:44

  • Piracy judge slams ‘rip-off’ games software

    ELSPA not amused

    Games Industry 17 12:47

  • Fujitsu Siemens faces German PC levy

    Copyright holders take it to court

    Business 17 12:48

  • LogoWatch VIA rises from eastern mountain

    The hills are alive with the sound of nonsense

    Bootnotes 17 12:53

  • Vodafone makes 3G work!

    So there's at least two phones in existence

    Data Networking 17 12:59

  • More job cuts expected at Ericsson

    Anyone left to um, answer the phone?

    Business 17 13:02

  • Codebreaker II All quiet on the Western front

    Clock ticking for abject failures

    Bootnotes 17 13:03

  • Texas cellphone massacre

    2,000 axed as demand falters

    Business 17 13:35

  • For sale: breathe

    GUS confirms what we already knew

    e-Business 17 13:38

  • Queen gives email royal thumbs down

    We prefer a letter doncha know

    Media 17 14:03

  • ‘Spyware’ games developer says you have nothing to fear

    Here in black and white

    Games Industry 17 14:18

  • No chip market recovery yet – UMC

    It's all a bit of a mess says chairman

    Channel 17 14:37

  • Yahoo! gets! new! boss!

    Yippee!

    e-Business 17 15:02

  • Virtual interviews sort sheep from goats

    You are the weakest link. Goodbye

    Bootnotes 17 15:02

  • MP3 raid official stand-down

    Call it a publicity stunt gone wrong

    Media 17 15:05

  • Hi-tech toilet swallows woman

    Temporarily

    Science 17 15:07

  • Free Internet and digital TV for UK punters?

    E-potatoes, rejoice!

    Media 17 15:10

  • New Yahoo! chief is a diamond geezer

    Get your hankies out - this one is a real Oscar choker

    Bootnotes 17 15:11

  • Gnome, KDE camps closer to truce

    They've got a little list

    Software 17 16:16

  • Bob Young gets stuck in Windows

    Red Hat guru well and truly framed

    Bootnotes 17 16:23

  • Intel cuts desktop, mobile CPU prices by up to 23%

    Snip! Snip! Snip!

    Channel 17 16:52

  • AMD cuts CPU prices by up to 34%

    Follows Intel's Spring Sale

    Channel 17 17:03

  • Anti-Hacking premiums 25% higher for Win NT

    Third party, firewall and theft

    Security 17 17:18

  • Employers put the squeeze on porn surfers

    Bosses sick of sticky keyboards

    Media 17 17:21

  • Accubyte leaves customer credit card details exposed

    Customers told to refer to their banks

    Security 17 19:10

  • Yahoo! charges! for! email! by! phone!

    Will? it? replace? porn? revenues?

    e-Business 17 20:16

  • Snowball's chance in ebiz hell

    Staff cuts, Nasdaq delisting in sight

    e-Business 17 20:47

  • Intel CPU biz ‘stabilises’

    Barrett forecasts 'normal seasonal patterns'

    Business 17 21:47

  • Pentium III: the past and the (Tualatin) future

    And a little something for overclockers

    Hardware Roundup 17 22:35