16th October 2001 Archive

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  • Jakob Nielsen on how Apple blew it, how Linux will blow it, and the Next Big Thing

    And no Dancing Bears

    Media 16 00:13

  • AMD nails Hammer specs

    But no dates or MHz promises yet

    Channel 16 01:31

  • Compaq UK auctions end of line, refurbs

    Going cheap

    Personal 16 05:37

  • Channel faces cash crisis

    Very tough Q4

    Business 16 06:22

  • Concert ends – no applause

    Big Loss

    Business 16 07:12

  • Big Biz loves e-biz

    Some good news

    e-Business 16 09:44

  • IBM debuts 1GHz PowerPC G3

    In Macs next year

    Mac Channel 16 09:46

  • Microsoft apologises to Novell but court case continues

    NetWare not 'obsolete', Novell wants damages

    Software 16 10:29

  • Will MS cut a deal with Europe over WinXP?

    Uncharacteristically sophisticated conduct alert!

    Software 16 10:40

  • Handspring Treo smartphones give Graffiti the thumbs down

    Blackberry's micro-keyboard more popular

    Personal 16 10:43

  • Recording industry exploits WTC tragedy to hack you

    How low can they go?

    Assault on America 16 10:52

  • The451.com is dead

    What temperature does VC money burn at?

    e-Business 16 10:56

  • Tiny goes large

    Opening 140 Powerhouse concessions over 18 months

    Channel 16 11:06

  • MS anthrax letter un-confirmed

    Fifty-fifty now

    Software 16 11:09

  • HPaQ must die – major investor

    Worth more apart, and it's less risky

    Business 16 11:18

  • Jungle apologises for crap service

    New computer system adds fortnight to delivery times

    e-Business 16 12:05

  • BT-spin off offers 400% network performance supercharge

    Content distribution pumped up

    Data Networking 16 12:10

  • Stephen Hawking predicts bio-engineering catastrophe

    Better get that wormhole sorted out fast....

    Media 16 12:17

  • IBM kicks EMC where it hurts

    Wal-Mart switch

    Data Centre 16 12:25

  • Intel announces 1.5, 2GHz Mobile Pentium 4

    But there's more it didn't say

    Channel 16 12:41

  • Apple ships PPC7440-based 667MHz PowerBook G4

    Old version upped to 550MHz, both get slot-load CD-RW drives

    Mac Channel 16 13:17

  • Apple upgrades iBook to 600MHz

    More RAM, bigger HDD too

    Mac Channel 16 13:26

  • Dual 800MHz Power Mac G4 Server shows at last

    One month late

    Mac Channel 16 13:46

  • Tiny sums don't add up – Time

    Powerhouse won't deliver the numbers

    Channel 16 14:53

  • Bonfield acknowledges his Concert failure

    Forgot you have to pay for infrastructure outside the UK

    Business 16 15:00

  • What went wrong with Jungle's new computer system

    And why it was sadly unavoidable

    e-Business 16 15:30

  • Compaq on speed with 1GHz 64-bit Alpha boxen

    Just prior to chip's extinction

    Data Centre 16 15:36

  • UK govt to turn Hastings into ‘e-city’

    Huge waste of money (£100m) on horizon, one in the eye for Harold

    Media 16 16:20

  • SirCam blitz is damp squib

    Sloppy programming saves the day

    Security 16 16:40

  • Tiny's home entertainment boxes disappoint

    Hit the market a 'little early'

    Personal 16 16:43

  • Cisco ADSL adapters can melt through plastic

    Firm recalls 95,000 units

    Data Networking 16 16:53

  • Sun peppers low-end with McKinley-killer Jalapeno

    New buses, Gooless SMP debut

    Channel 16 17:56

  • Optical computing ushers in 10GHz chips

    Whizz for lasers

    Channel 16 18:45

  • Gillingham FC fan hires plane to protest Web site ban

    Truth is stranger than fiction

    Media 16 18:58

  • How green is your PC (disposal policy)?

    Filthy McNasty Inc.

    Personal 16 19:27

  • SA's finest chopped up for bush meat

    Siltek down, Africam out, Comdex on Ice

    Channel 16 19:32

  • HP's two-core Mako chip waves hello, goodbye

    Last stop before Madison

    Channel 16 20:52

  • Morse detects no seasonal upturn

    Profitable but downbeat

    Channel 16 22:29