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ISOC set to triumph in race for .org domain

ComputerWire, 21 Aug 2002

KPN loses faith in 3G, to dump Hutchison stake

ComputerWire, 21 Aug 2002

MS JV aims for 50% growth in China

ComputerWire, 21 Aug 2002

First Direct banks on broadband

First Direct - the telephone and Internet bank - has teamed up with BTOpenworld to offer its one million punters discounted broadband access.
Tim Richardson, 21 Aug 2002

AMD Athlon breaks through 2GHz mark

AMD launched its fastest ever processors today, the Athlon XP processor 2400+ and 2600+, claiming their application performance outshone anything arch-rival Intel had to offer.
John Leyden, 21 Aug 2002

UK Gov inches ahead with broadband aggregation

The UK Government has finally begun its search for broadband providers prepared to supply services to the public sector.
Tim Richardson, 21 Aug 2002

Dell taps dealer channel with unbadged ‘white box’ PC

Dell intends to tap the channel by selling unbadged computers which resellers can configure as their own.
John Leyden, 21 Aug 2002

MP wants law to force ISPs to get tough on porn spam

The UK's Internet industry has reacted to comments made in a newspaper by respected Net-savvy MP, Derek Wyatt.
Tim Richardson, 21 Aug 2002

Nokia 7650 – the camera phone future?

ReviewOnly a couple of Bluetooth issues mar Nokia's much-hyped camera phone, which is a landmark consumer electronics device. For one - lack of support for Bluetooth headsets, Nokia is firmly to blame. Who's to blame for the other, problems syncing with Windows PCs? Several culprits. We'll address these at the end.
Andrew Orlowski, 21 Aug 2002