HWRoundup Ace's Hardware today outs the name for AMD's new Palomino due to be launched in three wholesome flavours next week.
Updated A US federal jury has awarded punitive damages of $3.5m against Rambus for using fraudulent means to file patents for high-speed memory technology.
BT today announced a widescale re-organisation which it prays will turnaround the fortunes of this ailing corporate giant.
Avnet, the US electronics distribution giant, yesterday announced the official launch of its Applied Computing Solutions division in Europe.
BT has announced its first-ever loss of £1.03 billion. The company - once famous for the amount of profit it made per second - has slipped into the red thanks to acquisitions, expensive 3G licences and faltering businesses.
Britain's broadband providers are failing to deliver the message about the benefits of DSL services according to a quarterly report from telecoms regulator Oftel.
Cube8, the mini-internet incubator, has bought the Freeloader online games business from Pure Entertainment for £600K in new shares.
AMD will dub the next member of the Athlon family, codenamed Palomino, the Athlon 4, according to an anonymous source cited by Ace's Hardware.
NTL is signing up new 1,500 new broadband customers a week and maintains it is well on target to have 100,000 cable modem customers by the end of the year, according to figures published today.
The hunt is on for the authors of the Homepage worm amid signs that the outbreak of the virus has been brought under control.
IBM will launch its upcoming Itanium-based workstation, the IntelliStation Z-Pro 6894, when Intel tells it that it can and not a moment sooner.
Sir Peter Bonfield, BT's CEO, told reporters this morning that he has not intention of leaving the beleaguered telecoms giant. "I'm not a quitter," he said. "I like working with the people here."
BT is returning to its roots. Sir Peter Bonfield accepted at a press conference this morning for the company's annual results that BT's global plan of a few years ago has been flushed down the toilet.
Antivirus vendor Sophos has been forced to deny spreading viruses itself after the virus scanner of rival McAfee flagged up an alert as a copy of the Homepage virus.
So what did Jim Allchin say at the big WinXP teleconference yesterday? Tricky - The Register failed to connect from both sides of the pond, repeated dialing of the 1-800 number simply netted an engaged tone. And we note from a trawl round that with the exception of a couple of IDG sites, the usual suspects seem a little light on Jimbo's substance this morning.
Almost two thirds of European Net users would prefer an Internet-enabled PC instead of a TV or telephone if they were ever stranded on a desert island.
The wife of the German chancellor Gerhard Schroder, Doris, has gone a bit mad in an interview with a German magazine and insisted, among other things, that kids shouldn't have mobile phones.
Gateway and Fujitsu Siemens are due a slap on the wrist from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) - they're plugging away with old-style monitor advertising, and not revealing the true size of the screen that's viewable to the user.
The ludicrous Home Office legislation that has accidentally involved sysadmins in its aim to licence security people such as bouncers and wheel-clampers has been passed in the last week of Parliament before the election and is now law.
A security gaffe by Gateway 2000 has resulted in the exposure of sensitive customer information on the PC vendor's web site.
A draft of ICANN's annual budget prepared in April by Maximum CFO Mike Roberts* has surfaced on the web.
The production version of Opera 5.0 for Linux is ready to roll, and will be available next. week, although as of this afternoon the company hadn't yet identified the precise release day.
ASUS, the Taiwanese components maker, has released its much-criticised video card drivers that allow online game players to cheat.
HWRoundup Ace's Hardware has a lot of goodies to tempt you... first up there's a useful update on ALI's chipset releases.