BT has denied that its Web site has been hacked and instead insisted that the downtime is due to "teething troubles".
Word reached us yesterday morning that Cray Inc's CEO Michael Haydock had quit, and although the company took several hours to issue official confirmation, the statement didn't mince words.
HP got a much-needed shot in the arm yesterday with proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) coming out in favour of the Compaq takeover.
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Nokia has set great store by integrating the camera with the mobile phone, but it won't have the market to itself for very long.
Network Associates has put its PGP Desktop software into the deep freeze, leaving both users and its own staff in the dark.
The advertising watchdog has slapped BTopenworld for publishing misleading adverts abut its broadband service.
Taiwan is a great place for rumours and some of them are even true. Doing the gossip rounds is the "news" that VIA Technologies is interested in buying STMicroelectronic's graphic chips division.
The Klez-E worm is due to activate today on the tenth anniversary of Michelangelo, one of the first widespread computer viruses.
A company called Bodacion Technologies is offering $100,000 to anyone who can crack their biomorphic number generator and predict the final, one-thousandth, number in a sequence of 999.
Broadband accounted for more than half of all Net connections in the US in January, according to the latest figures from Nielsen/NetRatings.
Privacy invasers were honoured this week in the fourth annual Big Brother Awards.