Bristol-based reseller e-Net has gone into receivership.
German graphics board maker Elsa has signed up Microtronica, the components distie, to improve coverage into the UK system builder market. Microtronica will also wholesale Elsa's datacomms product lines into corporate VARs and resellers.
Micro P, the mass market distie, has bought storage distie AGP for an undisclosed sum, CRN reports.
Updated Intel has sacked 300 employees at its Danish networking products R&D operation.
The Eagles have lost a trademark infringement lawsuit against the American Eagle Foundation over the ornithological use of the www.eagles.org Web site.
Infineon expects to report a pre-tax loss as high as $512 million (600 million euros) for its Q3.
Women.com is facing a 1,000,000 euro (£600,000) lawsuit from Euregio.net, which claims the company secretly cut and pasted copyrighted features on its InternetHoroscopes.com site in order to improve its search engine ranking.
Computing benchmarks might give vendors bragging rights but they hardly provide users with a straightforward answer of whose technology is superior.
Bill Gates yesterday christened the server edition of Windows XP "Windows.NET Server," the goldfish in the marketing department having apparently forgotten that Microsoft had already christened the product Windows 2002 Server a little over a month ago.
The Information Commissioner Elizabeth France – formerly the Data Protection Registrar says data swapping proposals won't require major changes to existing DP legislation.
TV maker Alba has sold just a third of the integrated Internet-TVs it expected to shift.
Near legendary Usenet poster Gharlane of Eddore has died, prompting a search for his true identity.
Insurer Royal & SunAlliance is in the doghouse after its missing pooch marketing campaign designed to promote its new Web site upset small children and council officials.
A driver is suing a car hire firm, which charged him $450 for allegedly speeding in a van fitted with a hi-tech device for spying on drivers.
Red Hat has moved into the black for the first time since going public - a significant psychological milestone for the company.
After a difficult last term with regard to technology, the Labour government has announced its intention to ignore it and hope it will all go away in the Queen's Speech today.
Toshiba is to temporarily cut chip output this summer because of weak demand and growing inventories.
Telecoms firm Komtel is offering calls to selected international locations at UK national phone rates.
Microsoft's latest shot in the anti-GPL war comes from His Billness himself and - bizarrely - likens it to a small yellow blob that starred in 1980s arcade games. Mike Ricciuti of Cnet should be given due credit for extracting this BillBlurt, in an interview conducted this week at TechEd.
Throw away your Frisco-Disco solid state home entertainment centre - Hewlett-Packard is entering the market.
Review Flat-panel prices are falling across the board, and this month ADI beats the competition by offering the MicroScan i610 for just £349.
Rumours have resurfaced that Palm may be planning to use an Intel ARM-based processor over Motorola's new ARM chip, announced t'other week.
Email is on the way out when it comes to communicating with people, at least according to Which? Online.
Intel CEO Craig Barrett admitted today that he had been "wound up" by claims that use of email and the Internet is waning.
Updated Updated A British research and development company, which claims to have invented a method to detect stealth aircraft, has clammed up on details about its technology. Roke Manor Research has decided not to speak to the press after UK national the Daily Telegraph ran an article on the detection system. Roke claims the …
Our Washington correspondent, scourge of Feds, Reds and tech-heads, Thomas C Greene went and tied the knot yesterday at 3pm.
Over-hyped optical networking vendor, Bookham Technology plc, is to cull 12 per cent of its workforce amid plummeting sales and little sign of any immediate upturn in demand.
The phone lines between Canada and the UK have today been hot with invective after it was announced that Welsh-born business supremo Terry Matthews has been bestowed a knighthood in the Queen's birthday honours. Canadian prime minister Jean Chrieten has been on the blower to Tony Blair to express his displeasure at the …
Intel CEO Craig Barrett today pledged to maintain the company's "aggressive" price war with AMD.
The alleged author of the infamous Anna Kournikova worm is to face prosecution, according to reports by a Dutch news service.
Let's face it, none us has much chance of ever standing on the surface of the Mars. In truth, the Reg hacks have enough trouble making the 30-yard trip from the pub to the office without mishap. A quick trip to the red planet is - frankly - out of the question. Nevertheless, you can participate in NASA's 2003 Mars rover …
Trading Standards officers - the workhorses of consumer rights in the UK - have called for a massive investment in technology and training to deal with the rise in e-commerce.
VIA has pledged to beat Intel on price when it ships its Pentium 4-based DDR SDRAM chipset.
Exclusive Dr Doolittle talked to the animals. But in the land of the rising Sun, all the animals talk to the Vulture.
The executives of Yahoo! belong in jail as kiddie porn kingpins, former US Department of Justice (DoJ) prosecutor turned family-values crusader Patrick Trueman says.
Here comes another profit warning, this time from Transmeta, designer of the low-power Crusoe CPU. Sales in Q2 (ending June 30) will be 40-45 per cent down on Q1's $18.6 million turnover. The company is also transitioning in the second half of the year to 0.13 micron production. The upshot will be an inventory charge - amount so far unspecified.
Cyber activists are threatening to disrupt a World Bank online conference.