A new IIS worm similar to the dreaded Code Red worm (which was supposed to break the Internet last week and didn't -- damn) has emerged over the weekend.
BT has been offered £18 billion for its fixed line telecoms infrastructure, the Sunday Times reported yesterday.
Intel's next-generation PC I/O bus, designed to be the successor to PCI and AGP, has won the backing of the PCI Special Interest Group.
Time Computers is to report its first ever loss, after 13 years in business, according to the Mail on Sunday.
The privacy-threatening, bandwidth-stealing SirCam worm topped the Virus charts in June.
Merger talks that would create Europe's largest Web hosting group are still on going - just.
Chat and gaming site theglobe.com is to shut most of its Web business and axe half its staff after falling victim to the online ad slump.
Japanese boffins have come up with what they say could become the world's first robot receptionist. The scientists working on the Erato Kitano Symbiotic System Project say they have developed a robot that can pick up human voices, even with background noise.
Review Rather than enter the market quietly and go along with the crowd, Sony likes to make the existing competition look dull and lacklustre. Games consoles and notebooks are two areas where Sony has succeeded in stirring up its rivals, and it has now decided to turn its hand to desktop PCs. Desktop PCs are renowned for being big, boring and beige, so Sony has produced a computer more in keeping with its consumer electronics background.
An Australian MP has become the centre of a hacking scandal following accusations that computers in his office were used to hack into the PCs of rival politicians in the New South Wales Parliament.
One hundred and thirty nine days to go until Christmas and the festive hype has already begun.
Gartner Dataquest's latest figures for the PDA market during the second quarter of the year continue to show what a tough time Palm had of three-month period.
Some comforting news for the tens of thousands of people who've lost their jobs and/or their life savings in the bombed-out Internet sector: everything will be hunky-dory.
A Canadian artist has won the right to the www.armani.com domain, following a remarkable hearing at arbitrator WIPO.
The lynchpin of Microsoft's web services - the Passport authentication service - has been found wanting in a study by two senior AT&T scientists.
Protests against the continued incarceration of Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov are planned outside the courtroom where he faces a bail hearing today.
Following on from the recent WIPO case in which a judge ruled that Mr Anand Ramnath Mani (A.R.Mani) was entitled to the Armani.com domain, we pondered just how much Armani.com was worth.