3rd July 2001 Archive

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  • Component price collapse takes toll on Bell Micro

    Q2 loss, cost-cutting underway

    Channel 03 09:33

  • Sony pulls PlayStation 2 production from Taiwan

    Gives in to US, Japanese govt demands

    Personal 03 09:59

  • DiData waves profit warning flag

    What took it so long?

    Channel 03 10:18

  • State nixes GPS highway robbery

    Sic semper tyrannis

    Data Networking 03 10:18

  • Intel to launch first Xscale in September

    Palm lined up as a customer?

    Channel 03 10:31

  • Tiny Computers ditches AMD

    Tiny loves Intel 4ever

    Personal 03 10:32

  • IBM Global Services lays off 1,000

    Still hiring people with the right skills

    Business 03 10:49

  • Chris Gent's generosity continues – for himself

    How d'you fancy £800,000 Chris? I do, Chris

    Business 03 11:01

  • Hynix warns it may cut chip production

    That'll bump up memory prices

    Channel 03 11:06

  • Systems Union touts reverse profits warning

    Better than expected

    Business 03 11:07

  • Napster still down

    Blames database fixes

    Media 03 11:12

  • UMC to put chip plants in stasis

    Production suspended pending market upturn

    Channel 03 11:34

  • AMD makes up with Alcatel

    Friends again

    Channel 03 12:06

  • Agfa ePhoto CL34

    Digital camera

    Personal 03 12:27

  • Dotcoms still falling like flies

    53 drop dead in June

    e-Business 03 12:41

  • RIP Lotus

    We had some good times

    Software 03 12:43

  • Sir Stanley Kalms' Desert Island Discs

    He did it 'My Way'

    Channel 03 12:47

  • GMTV Mac competition site excludes Mac users

    PC owners only

    Mac Channel 03 13:14

  • Red Hat guns for MS database space

    With a little help from IBM friends

    Software 03 13:20

  • Unicode bug restyled as DoS tool

    Big Poop drops a big one on IIS

    Security 03 14:01

  • Web proves New Labour has turned back on socialism

    Social theory non grata

    Bootnotes 03 14:30

  • Checkpoint Software misses sales expectations

    Competition too tough?

    Business 03 14:38

  • Intel ships 1.8GHz P4, 900MHz Celeron

    Fills out P4 line

    Channel 03 14:50

  • Broadband Britain: the inside truth

    Has the govt got the stomach to deliver it?

    Broadband 03 15:11

  • Steve Gibson picks a fight with Microsoft and The Register

    Loud and security-ignorant the pair of us

    Security 03 15:18

  • More Easy riders on the domain name storm

    Stelios' policy finds some unhappy punters

    Media 03 15:25

  • Cellphone giants launch mobile gaming initiative

    Once more, this time with Nokia

    Data Networking 03 16:07

  • BBC publicly mulls idea of charging for Internet programmes

    A classic piece of anti-news for you

    Media 03 16:20

  • Gameplay sells subsidiary for $1

    A new record

    Games Industry 03 16:35

  • BT to target gamers

    Sssshhh! It's a secret

    Games Industry 03 16:37

  • Caldera offers licence olive branch

    Free beer for all!

    Software 03 19:24

  • Apple clubs Cube

    Ends production indefinitely... maybe

    Mac Channel 03 22:14