19th April 2001 Archive

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  • Judge rules against McVeigh deathcast

    Tim's lights dim

    Media 19 00:16

  • Exploit devastates WinNT/2K security

    Microsoft networking nightmare

    Security 19 09:03

  • BetaNews escapes EFront meltdown

    Alive and kicking

    e-Business 19 09:35

  • Apple back in the black

    But sales, revenues and margins fell

    Mac Channel 19 09:44

  • MS marketing droids release imaginary NT 4.0 SP7

    Or is it imaginary?

    Software 19 09:47

  • IBM performs as expected; shares up

    Makes a change to see an IT company doing well

    Business 19 10:06

  • US broadband take-up sluggish

    Still twice as much as Europe though

    Broadband 19 10:08

  • Hynix profits plummet

    Weak DRAM prices hit revenues

    Business 19 10:45

  • TSMC fabs down to 50% capacity

    Will it post a loss this quarter? Looks like it

    Channel 19 11:10

  • Nintendo GameCube launch date slips

    Put back two months

    Games Industry 19 11:30

  • ‘Cyberslackers’ are curse of workplace

    Another shock-horror survey to frighten employers

    Media 19 12:05

  • Fujitsu opens $811m fab

    And plans to outsource 30 per cent of chip production to Taiwan

    Channel 19 12:19

  • Netcraft releases April 2001 Web server stats

    Read 'em and sleep...

    Software 19 13:16

  • 3dfx: and now the end is nigh

    Completes sale of assets to Nvidia

    Business 19 14:03

  • Sportsline.com staff get red card

    Off! Off! Off! Off! Off! Off! Off! Off!

    e-Business 19 14:04

  • Matchmaking Internet worm brought under control

    Want to find your love mates

    Security 19 14:13

  • Hi-tech toilet caught on camera

    Exclusive shot of kidnapping convenience

    Science 19 14:51

  • Is this the end of corporate porn?

    Internet Saviour - or Big Brother?

    Media 19 15:39

  • Mobiles more dangerous than wild elephants

    Another mobile madness round-up

    Data Networking 19 15:44

  • Long-life laptop batteries enter mass production

    Promises 16 hours of uptime

    Business 19 15:47

  • WinXP: why it's the Big One that could make MS bigger yet

    And like it or not, why it can't be ignored

    Software 19 15:47

  • BT Cellnet names date for consumer GPRS launch

    Motorola handsets play up at demo

    Data Networking 19 15:53

  • Trial by CCTV claims innocent victim

    Mistaken identity

    Security 19 16:52

  • Intel touts 3D tech for football nuts

    OradNet provides the software

    Software 19 16:58

  • Fly brain software takes to the sky

    Japanese get excited over model helicopter

    Software 19 17:02

  • Spam is an occupational hazard

    Email. Just say no

    Media 19 20:45

  • On-line ‘mass victimization’ inevitable – study

    Only robust tech employment stands in the way

    Security 19 21:00

  • Price wars, budget cuts and Sun results

    Nil visibility

    Business 19 22:56