Broadband Britain: BT hits 1m target

Telecoms: Verwaayen confident of doubling number of high-speed internet connections by 2004

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RUC warn republicans of dissident loyalist risk

POLICE IN Northern Ireland last night warned hundreds of republicans that their lives could be at risk from loyalist dissidents. The move came after police seized documents with the names of 300 republicans during a crackdown against dissident loyalists opposed to the Good Friday Agreement.

Computacenter amasses pounds 76m warchest to go on buying spree

THE COMPUTER services supplier Computacenter has amassed a pounds 76m "war chest" to fund acquisitions in the UK and Europe and plans to create up to 1,500 jobs over the next two years.

Bug fears boost IT spend

FEAR OF the impact that a millennium bug computer crash could have on their business has driven companies to channel three-quarters of capital investment into IT equipment, a report says today.

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Bowthorpe in pounds 288m US deal

BOWTHORPE, THE electronic components and systems group, yesterday agreed to pay pounds 288m for Netcom Systems of the US in a move that makes it the second largest player globally in the fast growing market for telecoms system testing.

Comment: The final frontier of science

Gemini will enable scientists to look back to events that happened billions of years ago

How children grow to love computers... and how to protect your computer from them

GOOD SOFTWARE for toddlers can help children as young as 18 months develop hand/eye co-ordination, learn to use the keyboard and mouse to affect what happens on the screen.

pounds 10,000 scam by computer boy, 11

AN 11-YEAR-OLD computer masterminded a pounds 10,000 scam from his bedroom, piracy investigators said. The European Leisure Software Publishers Association said he was the youngest pirate they had encountered.
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Michael Carberry: ‘After such a tough time, I’m not sure I will stay in the game’

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Adam Gemili interview: 'No abs Adam' plans to muscle in on Usain Bolt's turf

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