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18th June 2002 Archive

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  • UK snoop charter: we're already getting all the data anyway

    Home Office minister's bizarre confession

    Media 18 07:45

  • Apache admins screwed by premature vuln report

    Anti-open source?

    Software 18 09:28

  • Sun delivers Cherrystone UltraSparc-III servers

    Pitches at 4-way Xeons

    Servers 18 09:29

  • Price war torpedoes Sprint forecasts

    Roll on 3G

    Mobile 18 09:33

  • Toshiba Chases HP iPaq Lead

    Built-in wireless

    Personal 18 09:34

  • Fast Search claims Google's size crown

    For Now

    e-Business 18 09:34

  • IT Directors rate data storage

    But what does it all mean?

    Data Centre 18 10:51

  • RNIB ‘disappointed’ in Macromedia

    Blind still can't read Flash

    Media 18 10:54

  • BT to map broadband demand

    Finally...

    Broadband 18 11:16

  • Tell me why I don't like Monday:

    PwC: Consulting: in: name: change: sensation:

    Bootnotes 18 12:22

  • UK gov runs up white flag over snoopers' charter

    Home Secretary comes over suspiciously reasonable

    Media 18 12:25

  • Apple's Jaguar – sliced and diced

    Words and pictures, and Steve Jobs' felon fetish

    Mac Channel 18 12:25

  • Apple announces first rack servers, P2P, chat, web services

    "One more thing..." after another

    Mac Channel 18 12:25

  • Ex-DoJ economists pitch late for tougher MS remedies

    Will the judge listen?

    Software 18 13:08

  • What the hell is Hyper-Threading?

    More bangs per buck, maybe

    Servers 18 15:02

  • BSA in Euro piracy crack-down

    Talking tough

    Software 18 15:05

  • MS restores Java (but not as we know it) to WinXP

    Here's one we prepared a lot earlier...

    Software 18 20:27

  • Disney embraces HP Linux for animation

    Tux to have lines softened, language moderated

    Software 18 20:33