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22nd > March > 1999 Archive

Those Rise pix from CeBIT 99

UpdatedFabless startup to partner with STMicroelectronics

Register gets first ABC figures

Just a hairsbreadth short of 1.4 million page views in February

Microsoft courts UK banks for online love-in

Joint online banking initiative to boost market

Internet is a tool for democracy, says UK government

But home Web use still lags behind

DoJ-Microsoft split to happen on 29 March?

Split likely to cause flurry in share dealing

Scottish businesses targeted by anti-piracy hoaxers

BSA and FAST named in fake letter

Micromuse founder killed in F1 smash

Drugs bust millionaire and two others die in tragic accident

CE Motor had no wheels

Huge stand, but where's the beef?

Pole recognised by the Polizei

He had to get back to Warsaw...

Emoticons pollute Philips mobiles

Our Graham is not a fan

Viking Helmets made the grade

All points north, we thought...

CeBIT 99: Thin clients cache in

As American as Applet Pie

Sun pursues wild beasts to the Serengheti

Will they all end up in a COMA, we wonder

Intel's Maloney makes funny smell reference to wind and bums

Estrange, but true

CeBIT 99: Let German speak unto American

Our Graham awards top marks for remarkable L&H demo

Aunty Beeb to hold Net classes

BBC to show Joe Public what the Web is all about

This is the time for takeover Action

Rumours of US-led acquisition surround mail order dealer

Netscape staff wait to see who’s for the chop

AOL started off offering an extra month’s pay to get them to stay – so much for loyalty

Iomega flogs off Ditto

Tape back-up line sold for $3 million

AOL/Sun deal gets Tandem knickers in a twist

The problem is which servers they use...

Jobs to go as CHS sees poor results

Weak Q4 and full year blamed on vendor rebate problems

UK company launches portable MP3 player

MP3-GO aimed at hi-fi market rather than PC users

Baan shareholders slam non-exec packages

Board ignores criticism

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