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10th September 2002 Archive

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  • OASIS approves ebXML

    Messaging standard

    e-Business 10 08:24

  • Hutchison to push 3G with cheap voice calls

    Makes sense

    Mobile 10 08:25

  • Microsoft identifies source of Windows 2000 attacks

    Users

    Security 10 08:25

  • AOL reduces ad outlook

    Sees downside risks

    Business 10 08:25

  • Sun tweaks entry servers with faster CPUs

    Keeping up with the neighbours

    Servers 10 08:27

  • Esat BT launches flat-rate Net service

    Ireland joins rest of Europe

    Media 10 08:27

  • Are Apple's Emagic switch rebates enough?

    Miffed musos mull moolah

    Mac Channel 10 08:30

  • Rare deal for Microsoft

    Nintendo second-party becomes Xbox first-party

    Personal 10 08:47

  • Intel says there's more to like than speed

    3GHz and Beyond

    Channel 10 08:47

  • PC slump hits ATI sales

    Q4 update

    Channel 10 10:04

  • Apple preps OS X-only booting

    January 2003 cut-off point

    Mac Channel 10 10:52

  • Oftel plans BT leased-line wholesale cuts

    BT denies overcharging claim

    Data Networking 10 10:56

  • And with one bound Engage is debt free

    CMGI cuts cord

    Business 10 12:13

  • Intel's new chip for security Renaissance

    The Lullaby of Trust

    Security 10 13:01

  • Reg envies Billg's omnipotence

    Impotent anti-MS Nazis

    Letters 10 15:40

  • IE 6 SP1 omits fixes for 20 outstanding flaws

    In the frame

    Security 10 16:56

  • AOL UK creates 125 jobs (In Ireland)

    Waterford

    Business 10 17:09

  • Hyperlink case ‘not on priority list’ – BT CEO

    Wait and see

    Media 10 17:14

  • Sendo ships self-destructing Stinker phone SDK

    Mission: Improbable

    Personal 10 18:01

  • Yes! We now have Banias!

    Confessions of an Intel mobile chip engineer

    Channel 10 19:58

  • Intel drops dual-core Itanic hint

    Backroom antics

    Channel 10 20:51

  • Insecurity plagues US emergency alert system

    Spoofing invited

    Security 10 22:21