"Psion is not really talking about why or what. Having got all the information, we decided the deal wasn't in the best interests of our shareholders. It wasn't a matter of 'cold feet'; cold feet is the wrong implication to draw." - A defensive Psion spokesman rebuffs Alan Sugar's suggestion as to What Went Wrong.
"They're claims - my Dad is bigger than you're Dad. Prestel isn't a service we come across much. If you launch a service with five modems tomorrow and hardly anybody knew, you could be very fast." - Pipex's David Barret is unimpressed by Prestel On-Line's performance claims.
"Psion would have been very disappointed by what they saw under the surface. I think it was a very generous offer; I wouldn't value their shares at £1, never mind £2." - Ex-Amstrad man Philip Benge comments on Amstrad's City value.
"It makes a great Doom platform." - Gamers comment on NT 4.0's improved graphics performance.
"It'll still be the brand names you know and love." - NEC's Graeme Simons on NEC, Packard Bell and Zenith's not-very merger.
"It's like putting a turbo-charger on a 1.6 litre engine" - Mesh's Andrzej Bania on SDRAM.