Both GCHQ and British Aerospace are evaluating the current status of their Sun workstations, according to a senior source at IBM. The machines have come to the end of their lifespan and now the groups are considering an Intel-based alternative running Microsoft NT. Neither British Aeorospace nor GCHQ, both of which have hundreds of Sun machines, would comment.
Climate change likely forced inhabitants of Indus Valley civilisation to resettle in the Himalayan foothills
Shift in weather patterns made agriculture almost impossible in the Indus Valley region
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Delays to the roll-out of age verification for adult websites hasn't stopped government from considering extending them to more websites