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AMD sets date for dual-core CPUs

Strategy outlined... broadly speaking

AMD updates public roadmap

More codenames and dual-core CPUs

Yahoo! inboxes get 25 times bigger

Fighting off Google

VoIP suffers identity crisis

AnalysisEnterprise network or PC application?

RealNetworks to premiere movie service

Lights, camera, buffering, action

Sony ditches illegal flyposting

Lambs gambol through the sparkling streets of Camden

Google's Gmail: spook heaven?

Keyword scanning scrambles black helicopters

Teenager gets three years for eBay scam

Natural born conman

New liquid crystal promises faster LCDs

As predicted by IBM, apparently

Germany debuts Creative Commons

Berlin'This time, we win'

Offshoring a growing option

Europe warms to sunnier climes

Inverclyde IT staff fight outsource threat

Drop plan or we strike

Broadband to dominate UK by 2005

Will outstrip dial-up

UK gov backs solar power projects

£2.2m from dwindling cash reserves

Emails damage your health

It was five years ago today...15 June 1999

Virus attacks mobiles via Bluetooth

Don't panic, it's just a proof-of-concept jape

Hunt on for London's oldest PC

Wanted: steam-driven antiquity

Apple iTunes details prices

European launch at last

Apple opens iTunes in the UK, France and Germany

Here at last, iPod, Mac owners

Wanadoo ties distie knot with Evesham


Viruses and spam hit small firms harder

Costly diversion

Yahoo! storage goes negative

Some stumbles in email upgrade

Zafi-b speaks in many tongues

All bad

Gateway optimistic for quarter

Trading better than expected

Iris scans at UK airports, says Home Office

Only trusted travellers need apply

Indie labels reject iTunes

But AOL is backing Apple

Akamai goes postal, kills Microsoft, Symantec, Google, Apple, Lycos...

UpdatedInternational attack claim

Veritas cleans up financials

Points to NetBackup future

Oracle closes year with modest revenue run

Bottom line nice and tight

Harvard man loses 3,000 weblogs

Down the plughole

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