IBM has been touting its flavor of Linux for servers with what can only be described as graffiti, by stenciling peace-signs, hearts and penguins (symbolizing peace, love and Linux) on San Francisco city streets, IDG.net reports.
BTopenworld is to concentrate on offering broadband services to businesses instead of consumers, the Internet division of the monster telco confirmed today.
Transmeta's revenues continue to grow - not hard when you start at zip - while its loss widened slightly during the first three months of fiscal 2001.
UpdatedUK grocer Tesco's latest trial run selling iMacs has come to an end, with 2000 machines being sold in five weeks, the store has claimed.
Microsoft has just nudged ahead of expectations in its Q3 results, pushing up the share price up by as much as 6.5 per cent.
Egg claims it is "on track" to break even during Q4, the British online bank announced today.
Ericsson has announced it will lay-off 12,000 staff in a bid top return to profitability after it announced disastrous results today.
Intel is set to launch the 1.7GHz Pentium 4 on Monday, blitzing prices across the P4 range into the bargain, according to numerous industry sources.
The Web site of a firm which provides Internet filtering software has been defaced with a string of obscenities.
World Online UK is to make 53 people redundant in what has been described as the start of a "massacre of UK employees" following the company's take-over by Italian telco Tiscali last year .
Two regional Microsoft Web sites have been defaced in a pair of attacks that call into question the ability of the software giant to enforce a global security policy.
Dell became the world's top selling PC vendor in Q1, netting 13 per cent market share.
BT has suspended the services available from its Web site after an upgrade to its site went horribly wrong.
The Government is to shut down its award-winning open.gov.uk Web portal - best described as the front door to Britain's e-government services - in July.
DIY supershed B&Q is not content with positively vetting job applicants with its telephone virtual interview system. No. The company has now decided to allow its hi-tech cyberpersonnel department to sack people it has already employed.
The general election is hotting up and the Internet will play a big part in it.
BT suspended the services available from its Web site for two hours today after an upgrade to its site went horribly wrong.
The US lawyer famed for wrangling billions of dollars in damages out of the tobacco industry has started legal action against a stack of mobile phone companies.
A US judge has ruled that surfers accused of posting negative messages about a company on the Internet in the hope of lowering its share price can remain anonymous.