Mice mogul Logitech doesn't seem to be suffering from the PC market slowdown.
Rambus vs InfineonRambus' alleged attempts to manipulate its patents to give it control of SDRAM technology went right to the top of the company, chip maker Infineon claimed yesterday.
NTT DoCoMo - the Japanese company behind the only successful WAP-style phone service, iMode - has delayed the launch of its 3G network until October.
Cisco chief exec John Chambers has cut his salary to $1 because he wants to share the financial pain of his shareholders and employees.
Sexy emails between a fiancee and an unknown woman in Las Vegas caused ex-Royal aide Jane Andrews to beat and stab her lover to death, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
Dixons has confirmed that Sir Stanley Kalms will retire as executive chairman of the business at the company's AGM in September 2002.
Intel will cut its Mobile Pentium III prices by up to 44.5 per cent next quarter when it releases the 0.13 micron PIII family, codenamed Tualatin.
Intel's next round of Pentium 4 price cuts, which will take place on Sunday 29 April, will be quickly followed by motherboard price reductions, Taiwanese mobo makers have said.
Excite@Home's boast of becoming a global broadband player appears to be ringing a little hollow today following the publication yesterday of its Q1 results.
Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi has made a startling revelation about the GameCube's future. Speaking to a Tokyo newswire, Mr. Yamauchi, who is normally over-zealous about such matters, went so far as to say that "if we are unable to see a positive response at E3, this will have a disastrous impact on Nintendo... and we may have to consider freezing the Gamecube business altogether".
The term 'AXIA' may be unrelated to the insurance company of nearly-the-same name, but buying an Athlon with this product code will certainly give you piece of mind for the next couple of years. The whole AXIA thing arose almost overnight recently when Overclockers.com started experimenting with the latest revision of the Thunderbird core (see AMD shipping 1.5GHz Athlons as 1GHz chips?).
Relax, owners of Titanium G4 Powerbooks, you have nothing to fear when you walk through airport security.
UpdatedThe bad days of global email viruses are over, if a crack team of software scientists are to be believed.
Patricia Hewitt, the e-commerce minister, has slammed claims in Sunday Business that retail prices for electronics and IT goods could rise by up to 20 per cent following new EU recycling laws.
Tiscali - the Italian telco that can't resist gobbling up European ISPs - is to swallow another one.
IBM is paying $1 billion for Informix's high-end database management system business, allowing the software company to dedicate itself to creating database applications.
UpdatedThe Confederation of British Industry is to enter the fray regarding a new Bill about to go through Parliament that could require all IT professionals to apply for a licence from the Home Office.
The average price of flat-panel monitors has halved over the past year, according to IDC.
Cableco and ISP, ntl, was responsible for publishing one of the most complained-about adverts of last year according to the annual report from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Telecoms and computer companies have been singled by the advertising watchdog for making claims they simply cannot deliver.
Sony Electronics has unveiled a ten-year roadmap for its Advanced Intelligent Technology (AIT), which includes plans to ditch any further development of Digital Data Storage (DDS) technology.
The long-debated question of whether software and network vulnerability data should be shared freely and immediately re-surfaced recently, as Carnegie Mellon University's CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC), formerly the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), announced hooking up with a private-industry organization called the Internet Security Alliance to make its advance alerts and vulnerability database immediately available to members.