AMD has released a manual in PDF format to allow software developers to migrate their code to its 64-bit Hammer microprocessor platform.
As predicted here some weeks back, AMD will take ruthless action across its range of microprocessors on 14 August.
Rumours that the Pentium 4 (Willamette) will be delayed appear to have the ring of truth about them, according to sources close to the action.
A group of 30 European telecoms and communications technology companies will form a committee to study the deployment of standardised Full Service Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Lines, FS-VDSL.
Three people have come forward to say that they have been using AltaVista's British-based unmetered Net access service in the UK.
A playboy who swindled the VAT man out of £20 million via a computer components scam was yesterday jailed for eight years.
Visa, the global credit card organisation, is so worried about online fraud it yesterday warned members and merchants they may be fined if they don't get their security provisions up to scratch.
2nd Update Firefly has flagged on its site (and no doubt on company stationery for the rest of time) a MORI poll which lists it as the UK's number one PR company - as voted by IT journalists.
Administrators of the cracker education Web site Icefortress.com have undergone a change of heart since we reported their plan to fold under pressure from Internet billing-service provider IBILL, which has threatened a copyright infringement suit under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), claiming that the Icefortress site did it harm by supplying information and tools which could enable visitors to hack its protected sites and thereby violate its copyrights.
Updated QXL's buyout of German auction site Ricardo.de took a new twist today. QXL issued a statement this morning saying it had "received certain information from Ricardo.de in the period following the announcement of the proposed transaction on May 16, 2000.
The Abit SE6 i815e mainboard gets a once over at Planet Hardware. While it performs well the reviewer has lost his heart to the Asus CUSL2, and the Abit board just can't compete with its perfection." Want to know why? Click here for the full story.
The MD of Sheffield-based ISP PlusNet has spoken out at the confusion in the unmetered Net access market and warned that unless the issue is rectified, it could inflict long-term damage on the industry and dent consumer confidence.
eMachines, the US vendor of bargain basement PCs, is turfing into Europe on the back of the Dixons retail chain.
MOVE.com, by its own account America's second biggest property site, is launching in the UK in September.
The Reg would like to warn all its readers to be very, very careful when typing in domain names.
The Official Receiver has completed a report on Boo.com, copies of which are in the hands of its creditors.
Documents which Intel has shown its distributors and channel partners revealed that its boxed chip and motherboard strategy appears to be back on target.
A Virginia judge has blocked enforcement of a federal law which places restrictive Internet laws on pornography and sex-related content, saying that it breaks the US' First Amendment.
Microsoft's application to join the influential London Internet Exchange (LINX) could be in doubt, The Register has learnt.
Online US co-op group Mercata has won an attempt to patent its group-buying e-commerce system (US Patent Office number 6101484).
Massive porn files, featuring teen and farmyard hardcore porn, have been found on the White House computer system.
Dell, Intel and Microsoft today revealed a menage a trois to expand Dell E Works.