Gateway, the US PC maker, is shutting down UK and Irish operations, with the loss of 1,200 jobs.
Vulture Central is closed this morning, while police investigate a shoooting. Maddox Street, in London's West End, where our offices are based, is taped off while police await the forensics team.
Compaq is sueing three dealer principals for the recovery of $20m in rebates allegedly defrauded from the company.
NTL and Telewest are preparing to snuggle-up closer together ahead of long-term plans to a create a monster cable operator, the FT reported today.
One in four UK home Net users visited porn sites in June, according to the latest stats from Internet monitoring company, NetValue.
As rumoured, Sun has struck a deal to resell Hitachi Data Systems storage kit. HDS already provides hardware for Hewlett Packard, but Sun is more reliant on its Japanese storage partner than HP, as the deal covers software too.
Life in the DRAM business is getting tougher, and the latest to feel the squeeze is Viking Components.
Corel is looking more perky than peaky these days, and after a long illness has regained its appetite for gobbling up small software companies.
Dixons' boss Sir Stanley Kalms has vented his anger at the government and EU legislation in his company's annual report.
Brady Rafuse has been named president of Level 3 Communications in Europe, the company confirmed today.
European Micro Holdings, the broker of top brand computer hardware, borrows money from Natwest to buy its stock.
Wall Street traders have been forced to eat humble pie after computers wiped the floor with them in an experiment.
US cops have arrested more than 100 people for subscribing to a child porn Internet site, and expect more arrests to follow.
ATI's roadmap has leaked out of the company and onto the Web, bringing details of the upcoming R200 chip, likely to ship as the Radeon 2, and its successor, the R300.
Microsoft has published a "technical" bulletin on Windows Product Activation technology, but it's essentially a piece of PR fluff that doesn't tell us anything new, and that's light years away from the detailed expose Fully Licensed published a while back. Microsoft's effort was promised after that, and turns out to be just an apologia for WPA.
A senior politician in Welsh nationalist party Plaid Cymru, Gwilym ad Ioan, has been forced to resign following racist remarks posted on two Welsh newsgroups.
Lemme tell ya 'bout The snakes, the fakes, The lies, the highs.... --Tribe
API Networks, the Alpha processor design firm, pink-slipped 30 per cent of its staff yesterday.
A new fancy robot, called Author, is to take the place of human journalists within several years. At least according to some boffins from North Carolina.
easyEverything is turning up the heat on AOL UK, urging people to "tear up their AOL accounts" and opt for unlimited use of its Internet cafe chain instead.
Marconi is back to its lowest ever share price, currently sitting on 86.75p (down 2 per cent today), courtesy a second downgrade on credit status this week from Moody's Investors Service.
Microsoft has admitted that some of its Hotmail servers have been infected with the Code Red worm.
Indadequate security measures will leave 30 per cent of enterprise exposed to security risks from wireless LANS by the end of next year.
A wag last year suggested to us that since Oracle was the only competition Microsoft had left, its next step would be to bundle SQL Server with the operating system.