20th > February > 2002 Archive
Be Inc is suing Microsoft for the destruction of its business. A damages figure isn't enumerated, but Be points out that at one stage the company was valued at over $1 billion.
Application security flaws introduced early in the design life cycle are giving rise to easily exploitable defects that can readily be prevented.
PlusNet has called on BT to cut the cost of its wholesale DSL service by £10 a month when the telco's CEO honours his pledge to make a "substantial cut in the cost of wholesale broadband services".
Far more mobile people have had their phone stolen in the last year than reported crime figures suggest.
AltaVista is pulling the plug on its free Web-based email service at the end of March.
An industry snitch has received a tip-off fee running into thousands of pounds after informing on Baines & Ernst Financial Management for using unlicensed software.
Oftel has published proposals that could see the cost of unmetered dial-up access fall in the UK.
VeriSign Inc yesterday outlined how it hopes its digital security services will become an integral part of internet business's evolution into a web services-based architecture, unveiling a toolkit and framework for helping application developers more easily build security into web services, Kevin Murphy writes. As part of …
Toshiba Corp and MIPS Technologies Inc are teaming up to jointly develop a new 64-bit RISC chip designed to offer the highest available performance for 64-bit embedded microprocessor products. The new TX99 processor will be based on an enhanced MIPS core, codenamed Amethyst, and the initial product is expected to be …