PGP inventor Phil Zimmermann says PGP can be saved, and has outlined how in an interview with The Register yesterday.
The phrase "rapid rebuttal" has a new meaning these days.
Bridge Broadband - a subsidiary of Flexia plc - is on the hunt for a dozen partners to resell its two-way satellite broadband service.
The mud is really flinging in the Sircam Merger, with leading dissident Walter Hewlett Jr. leaking an unpublished Ziff Davis Media survey which found that IT buyers are likely to reduce their spend with HPaQ pos-merger on his web site votenohpcompaq.com.
Hewlett-Packard is replacing power cords for sundry inkjet printers because the connectors can break, exposing users to risk from electric shocks.
BTopenworld is to launch a major marketing push to promote its broadband service.
BT's Web site appears to be up and running again a week after it started getting hot flushes and becoming prone to fainting.
The three co-founders of the Linux services company Linuxcare are on another Open Source adventure, this one an attempt to spread the use of public wireless networks, while at the same time providing a more secure wireless product for large companies.
Security researchers have published a paper warning that LED status indicators on datacomms kit can leak information to eavesdroppers.
Several hundred subscribers of BTopenworld SurfTime face eviction at the end of the month unless they curb their usage of the unmetered Internet access service.
Firms were hit last year by an average of 113 virus infections per month for every 1,000 computers they own, according to a survey of end users by ICSA Labs.
Sun Microsystems has filed a private antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft alleging that its anticompetitive behaviour has harmed the development of Java.
UpdateAftonbladet, a leading Swedish evening newspaper, pulled down its online comment forums, following a court ruling this week that it was responsible for death threats against Jews posted on its site.