25th > April > 2002 Archive

Qualcomm looks for 3G boost

ComputerWire, 25 Apr 2002

Vodafone releases key indicators – doubts grow

ComputerWire, 25 Apr 2002

DRAM makers prepare for life under Micron

ComputerWire, 25 Apr 2002

Hammer time at Microsoft – Windows to support AMD's Opteron

ComputerWire, 25 Apr 2002

SMS: make hay while the sun shines

Mobile operators could be in for a shock - if the latest research from Forrester is correct. The firm predicts that European SMS (short message service) revenues will start to stagnate as early as 2004.
IT-Analysis, 25 Apr 2002

AOL suffers from weak ad market

America Online - the Internet division of media giant AOL Time Warner - reported a fall in earnings for the first three months of the year after an increase in subscription revenues was cancelled out by tumbling advertising and ecommerce revenues.
Tim Richardson, 25 Apr 2002

UK police swoop in child porn raids

British police carried out a series of dawn raids yesterday in the UK's biggest crackdown on Internet paedophiles.
Tim Richardson, 25 Apr 2002

Gigabyte fixes GA-81RXP boot problem

Recently we wrote about the problems experienced by users who tried to overclock Gigabyte's GA-81RXP mobo (Gigabyte GA-81RXP: overclocker's nightmare). Despite a number of BIOS revisions post-launch, a couple designed specifically to fix this bug, many users continued to report boot problems.
Drew Cullen, 25 Apr 2002

Cornwall online OK

Plans to roll-out ADSL to rural areas took a step forward with week with the unveiling of six exchanges in Cornwall part-funded by European cash.
Tim Richardson, 25 Apr 2002

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