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Sunday 04 September 2005
Sunday 07 August 2005
Thursday 24 February 2005
Wireless Group has ended talks about a £100m buyout with its chairman and chief executive, Kelvin MacKenzie, after he fell out with his private equity backers.
Sunday 05 December 2004
All-in-one printers are the Swiss army knives of office equipment. Combining a scanner, printer, copier and often a fax in one box cuts down on clutter and may well work out cheaper than buying separate devices.
Wednesday 10 November 2004
CSR, the chip designer specialising in Bluetooth wireless technology, saw its shares fall 8.9 per cent yesterday after reining back expectations for the final quarter of this year.
Saturday 06 November 2004
Friday 05 November 2004
Wednesday 03 November 2004
Sunday 26 September 2004
Sunday 19 September 2004
A mobile rang outside the ground: "I'm queuing down The Den. It's rocking - get yourself down here. Yeah, queuing! I know. It's amazing; I've never ever queued to get in before. I don't know what to do, I don't know how to handle myself."
Sunday 12 September 2004
The first generation of wireless networking equipment was expensive, tricky to configure, slow, and not that reliable. But performance has improved and it is possible now to pick up basic equipment very cheaply.
Tuesday 03 August 2004
Sunday 06 June 2004
In London alone, over 700 wireless "hotspots" provide fast access to the internet for anyone with a suitably equipped handheld computer. And as hotspot numbers grow, putting wireless networking into a machine becomes more than just a gimmick.
Wednesday 17 March 2004
Kelvin MacKenzie, the former editor of The Sun and the chief executive of the Wireless Group, yesterday began court proceedings against the agency that produces radio listening figures, claiming to have lost out on £66m from its "flawed" data which he claims underestimates TWG's audience.
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