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2002 - THE YEAR OF THE COMPUTER GADGET

The City is betting 180bn that 2002 will be the Year of the Gadget. That is the amount of shareholders' money at risk in technology companies for whom the next 12 months may be make or break. Their shares are largely held aloft by hopes that consumers will splash out on new gizmos and machines.

Last Updated: Jan 7, 2002

INVESTING IN COMPUTER AND VIDEO GAMES

A doctor friend is soon to retire. He hopes to do the occasional medical locum, spend much more time painting, and buy a computer. He uses a computer in his practice but it is limited to keeping patients' records and providing prescriptions. He hopes to attend a class to widen his skills so he can e-mail friends and family and write letters. Discovering that around the world he has at least 300 relatives - he comes from many generations of large families - a friend presented him with a novel Christmas present guaranteed to take up much of his free time. It is a 'family tree' CD-ROM.

Last Updated: Jan 7, 2002

LEATHER IS BLACK WITH A BANG

Suzie Quatro made glam her own down on Devil Gate Drive. And, whether it's Suzie or Lara Croft you emulate, rock chick chic is back in the big time. It's the perfect antidote to some of the more demure looks around. Perhaps Victoriana leaves you unamused or tweed only conjures up images of Miss Marple.

Last Updated: Jan 5, 2002

GAME ON FOR BARBICAN VIDEOGAME EXPO

Barbican Gallery is proud to announce - the first major and most comprehensive UK exhibition to explore the 40-year history of computer gaming. On show from 16 May - 15 September 2002, the exhibition will explore the creativity and influence of computer games on contemporary culture.

Last Updated: Jan 5, 2002

LOOPHOLE TAXED WITH LAME DUCK FILMS

A treasury scheme to boost investment in British film is creating dozens of lame duck movies that allow speculators to avoid tax at a cost of up to pounds 400m to the public purse.

Last Updated: Jan 5, 2002

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