UpdatedApple has unveiled the next generation iMac.
WebTV founder Steve Perlman today takes the wraps off his latest marvel, a do-it-all home entertainment centre called the Moxi Media Center.
What a weekend it's been. I spent the better part of it installing Linux on what has got to be the piss-poorest laptop computer ever built. The comical piece of junk to which I refer is a Compaq 1200 series, which I bought quite deliberately for the road. I'm confident it's unlikely to get stolen, and if it does, I'll be inclined to thank the thief.
Intel today launches the much-touted Northwood P4 - at 2.2GHz, its fastest chip to date.
Britain is on the verge of a broadband revolution, according to the chairman of BT.
Microsoft and IBM have been accused of patent violation in a lawsuit filed in Texas last week by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a California software firm.
The Windows XP USB 2.0 driver that leaked last week does seem to be the finished item, and it's also available for download from Intel and Microsoft - in the latter case, only sort of. But for some strange reason, the Windows 2000 implementation seems to have gone missing.
ASDA has abandoned its ecommerce strategy in favour of one championed by rival supermarket Tesco.
AMD today launched the Athlon XP 2000+, the industry's "highest performing desktop PC processor". It costs $339 in OEM quantities of 1,000.
US consumer activist Ralph Nader has opened a new front in his war on Microsoft - tax fiddling. In a letter sent to Bill Gates on Friday, Nader and James Love, the director of Nader's Consumer Project on Technology, describe Microsoft's failure to pay shareholder dividends as "an inappropriate and we believe unlawful device."
AOL Time Warner is tipped to announce today that it is to acquire Bertelsmann's half of AOL Europe for $6.7 billion (£4.66 billion) in cash and shares.
US District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly has refused Microsoft's request for more time prior to the start of hearings on remedies. Microsoft had complained that the discovery process initiated by the US States who have refused to settle with the company "required more time than the Court's Scheduling Order envisioned," and that "at least four months" more time was needed.
Verisign is tightening its grip on the wacky world of domain registration with the $45m cash purchase of the rights to flog .tv names from existing rights holder .tv Corp international.
Vizzavi is to axe 100 jobs in Europe, the company confirmed today.
SDRAM spot market prices in Asia jumped today, with 128Mb 16x8 prices up nine per cent to $3.10. But PC demand remains weak and price rises are unsustainable without industry consolidation in the long term, according to Boston investment bank Fechtor, Detwiler and Co.