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The Register: Sharp to beat Palm with Linux, Java - official (Mar 23, 2001)

The Register: Tiny C code bests seven-line DVD decoder (Mar 14, 2001)

The Register: Apple patents desktop themes (Mar 10, 2001)

The Register: Linux to push Palm off PDA pole position - Sharp (Mar 05, 2001)

The Register: Red Hat partners on Linux GUI for PDAs (Feb 23, 2001)

The Register: HP mulls dropping WinCE for Palm or Linux (Feb 22, 2001)

The Register: Sharp tools up with Linux to fight Palm (Feb 20, 2001)

The Register: Transmeta powers 'pearly pink' PC for Hello Kitty (Feb 20, 2001)

The Register: Microsoft preps Napster clone (Feb 15, 2001)

The Register: Alcatel says 'yes' to Linux USB ADSL support (Feb 13, 2001)

The Register: Red Hat to bundle Eazel - making it the de facto Linux desktop standard? (Jan 30, 2001)

The Register: UK Linux users find alternatives to BT ADSL modem; LinkSys adapter to bypass problem (Jan 25, 2001)

The Register: Linux people petition Alcatel for USB ADSL drivers (Jan 25, 2001)

The Register: Transmeta working with AMD on Sledghammer (Jan 06, 2001)

The Register: Apple upgrades open source-style licence (Jan 05, 2001)

The Register: NEC exec disses Linux (Dec 19, 2000)

The Register: Sun selects Eazel Nautilus for Solaris shell; StarOffice to be Nautilus default viewer (Dec 19, 2000)

The Register: Red Hat shaves loss to $900k; on track for profitability by year's end (Dec 15, 2000)

The Register: Corel Linux sell-off nearly a done deal [or is it the other way around?] (Dec 15, 2000)

The Register: SGI takes stake in Linux distro SuSE (Dec 01, 2000)

The Register: Transmeta bug may affect 13,000 Sony PCs (Dec 01, 2000)

The Register: Install-less Linux distro to eliminate hard drives (Nov 28, 2000)

The Register: Apple updates Darwin, asks for x86 work (Nov 17, 2000)

The Register: Corel moots Linux sell-off (Nov 17, 2000)

The Register: Apple Cube Clones Continue; Latest Runs Linux (Nov 15, 2000)

The Register: Linux works its way into business (Nov 11, 2000)

The Register: Casio chooses Crusoe (Nov 10, 2000)

The Register: Red Hat still on course for Linux profits by end of 2001 (Nov 10, 2000)

The Register: Gateway to unveil Linux-based AOL box Friday (Nov 09, 2000)

The Register: S3 buys UK Linux in-car MP3 player maker (Nov 01, 2000)

The Register: Linux Growth Rate Slows in Japan (Oct 30, 2000)

The Register: AMD ships Linux 64-bit Hammer x86-64 simulator (Oct 06, 2000)

The Register: Give us MacOS X or give us death, Intel users demand (Oct 05, 2000)

The Register: IBM, Toshiba team on Linux cluster systems (Sep 29, 2000)

The Register: QNX ships Neutrino real-time OS just in time (Sep 27, 2000)

The Register: Sony backtracks from anti-Napster spiel (Aug 29, 2000)

The Register: Server vendors team to promote Linux in Japan (Aug 24, 2000)

The Register: MS signs up for Windows-on-Linux API (Aug 21, 2000)

The Register: SGI frees OpenGL brand to Linux coders (Aug 16, 2000)

The Register: VA Linux launches open source answer to M$N (Aug 16, 2000)

The Register: Agenda to take on PalmOS with Linux (Aug 15, 2000)

The Register: Dell to demo Linux on Itanium (Aug 14, 2000)

The Register: UK group slams Sophos Linux virus threat claims (Aug 11, 2000)

The Register: Linux grows 666 per cent in Japan (Jul 20, 2000)

The Register: Corel tells SEC we'll run out of cash next month (Jul 20, 2000)

The Register: Transmeta signs IPO organisers (Jul 19, 2000)

The Register: Japanese CE giants to create own Linux (Jul 13, 2000)

The Register: MS break-up 'serious threat' to Linux firms (Jul 03, 2000)

The Register: Transmeta signs stack of notebook suppliers (Jun 28, 2000)

The Register: Transmeta grows Crusoe line-up (Jun 28, 2000)

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