Motorola has vetoed an IPO for Symbian for the immediate future, UK paper Sunday Business claims.
The Jewish Chronicle, the venerable newspaper for British Jews, fell hook, line and sinker for a malicious cyberslur concerning Tommy Hilfiger, the US fashion designer.
Infineon lawyers may now pursue accusations that Rambus acted fraudulently in its dealings with JEDEC while it sat on the chip industry standards body's SDRAM panel.
Marconi is expected to announce the loss of 3,000 jobs , or six per cent of its workforce, as part of a plan to reduce costs forced upon it by a slowdown in sales in the networking market.
Sony has said it before, and no doubt it will say it again. It wants Japanese PlayStation 2 users on a broadband network by next year.
Intel will release the 1.7GHz Pentium 4 on 23 April, a week after making across-the-line price cuts on lesser chips and the arrival of the 1.13GHz Pentium III, the highest speed Coppermine desktop CPU will ever reach - officially, at least.
NEC Electronics is to issue pink slips to 700 staff at its Roseville, California fab.
AMD's Thunderbird Athlon core will be taken to 1.5GHz over the coming months, with a part at that speed and another at 1.4GHz to fill the gap between the top-of-the-line chip and the current 1.3GHz Athlon.
Updated Time Computers is announcing 10 new store openings to fill the holes left when it shut 22 branches in March - this will give it 160 outlets by the end of the year.
All your data (and biz plans) are belong to Microsoft
Apple bans PC SDRAM for users own good
Microsoft not responsible for foot and mouth
The Boys from Brisbane
PC motherboard specialist PC Chips has fallen victim to defacement in an attack that shows that hackers can be unthinking racists.
'Red Hat' Lettice exposed
It never rains but pours for the UK's five 3G licence "winners". Their roll-out schedules have been thrown into chaos by government bans on rural movement in areas hit by foot and mouth disease (The Times reports). And that's a lot of areas.
Michael Dell has admitted that his company's recent job cuts are 'an "admission that we screwed up" by overhiring'.
DoubleClick beats back privacy suits
Regulars who have been following our LogoWatch campaign - a crusade to expose to ridicule the worst excesses of corporate makeovers, will recall that we challenged Reg readers to come up with a preposterous analysis of our own company identity. We should have known better.
Motorola introduced its 0.13 micron process technology today, with the promise that it will use the technology in its PowerPC line.
British gaming ISP, NetgamesUK Ltd, has issued a full retraction after making potentially libellous statements in a press release against an IT news site.
Amazon.com today said it expected to post a narrower than expected loss for the first quarter.
Micron has launched its bare die products web site.
Kingston Technology has decided to stop designing and making all of its non-core product lines.
AMD may have already begun shipping 1.5GHz T'Bird Athlons - under wraps.
BTopenworld is looking to offer broadband services via satellite in a bid to expand the range of services it offers.
CNET is to buy TechRepublic.com, a resource-cum-community site for IT professionals from Gartner Group for $23m in cash and stock.
San Diego semiconductor outfit MeltroniX aims to name and shame a bunch of surfers it claims posted defamatory statements about the company in its Internet chat room.
Randal Schwartz is something of a legend in the hacking community though his name was never implanted in the mainstream consciousness like Kevins Mitnick and Poulsen. Schwartz never went on the lam, never made it to America's Most Wanted and Unsolved Mysteries, and never did hard time.
Acer Inc saw sales drop 37 per cent for the first quarter, blaming the general sluggishness of the PC sector.
The extradition hearing of two men accused of attempting to extort $200,000 from the founder of the Bloomberg financial news service began in London today.
German Interior Minister Otto Schily is contemplating a scheme to disable foreign Web sites which pander to neo-Nazis by ordering them struck with denial of service (DoS) attacks, Der Spiegel reports.
Jurors inadvertently let MP3.com off the hook last week when they wrote down the wrong damages figure in a court case over copyright infringement.