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9th > March > 1999 Archive

AMD comes a cropper on chip yields

Jobs will be axed as loss predicted

Bill consults agony aunt

Four years agoHas problem with new suit

Intel, itself, warns PIII ID number not secure

So why is Chipzilla bothering?

K6-III drought continues – but not in Japan

Why launch something if you can't supply it?

Cyrix gets knickers in a twist over pix

Rant follows as Cyrix Japan pulls pix down

Free Web access every weekend

But last night's trial is slammed by disgruntled users

Apple, HP US retail sales surge

Both vendors' sales grow well above industry average. Compaq didn't though

MS gains entry to Hong Kong ATM network

But there's probably more prestige than revenue to the deal

Double discounts on new Gates book

This is the sort of thing that happens when you don't have a monopoly...

Debian 2.1 open source OS released

Versions now available for Alpha, Sparc, 68k and x86

EU complains to WTO over Korean trade

Dispute not about bananas

Intel sidesteps FTC probe

AnalysisIntergraph will be harder to avoid

Receivers sued by slightly miffed creditor

Dispute over retention of title after BasCrown took a fall

Encryption is not a loaded gun, UK gov't told

It's time to stop obsessing about crime and free up the Web

Lycos/USA Networks deal hits more stormy weather

Don't know why, there's no sun up in the sky….

Intergraph to pursue Intel to bitter end

Meadlock won't give up

Raise for Pfeiffer makes hair stand on end

Return on investment means better haircut, probably

Journalist guilty in kiddie porn case

Judge rules out claim that he was just doing his research

OFTEL to rule on unmetered UK calls

Report expected tomorrow

Dawes open for Cellnet

Mobile phone giant snaps up last of the big UK independents

LineOne admits it's going free – at last

My old man said follow the bandwagon and don't dilly dally on the way

MS may cut a deal to avoid antitrust break-up

MS on TrialBut if it does, that's a big camel it has to swallow...

Year 2000 bug-busters bust up in UK brouhaha

Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough

Permanent free Web access plan unveiled

X-Stream in bullish mood after UK trial

More big names invest in Red Hat

Linux distributor adds IBM, Compaq and Novell to growing list of backers

S3 to power Intel PC-on-a-chip's 3D graphics

Meanwhile, Savage4 gains many more supporters

Intel takes stake in Sitara

More investment in Internet technology

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