A company offering TV set-top boxes for free is facing increasing anger from consumers after the boxes have failed to arrive, despite a £10 downpayment.
Staff at outlets such as PC World, Tiny and Gateway can stop trembling in their shoes because it appears Intel may well pull the plug on its Mystery Shopping programme.
Government lawyers are investigating a website that advises miners how to make claims for compensation.
...get off the bloody phone - you're clogging up the network. I've been trying to get hold of my voicemail all morning and all I get is "no network coverage".
Today's rant about the inability to use my Orange mobile phone because of persistent "no network coverage" appears to have struck a chord with some of our readers.
Rambus saw profit rise 191 per cent to $13 million for the first quarter, but slightly missed Wall Street expectations.
It's looking increasingly likely that Turbolinux will buy troubled services company LinuxCare.
An official Web site for the much-anticipated film trilogy based on JRR Tolkien's Lord of the Rings books goes live today (Friday) at 8pm GMT.
Fashion giant Ralph Lauren has backed down over its threat to grab domain po-lo.com from a village saddlery.
Bertelsmann's investment in Napster may begin to pay off when the MP3 sharing software company ships its next upgrade.
"Besides being invisible, your Highness, this cloth will be woven in colors and patterns created especially for you." The emperor gave the two men a bag of gold coins in exchange for their promise to begin working on the fabric immediately. Emperor's New Clothes -- Hans Christian Andersen