The allegedly satirical television show Have I Got News for you likes to make fun of trade magazines - the likes of The Embalmer, Commercial Rabbit, Potato and Parking News come in for regular digs.
Enterasys yesterday announced the departure of three key staff, including its chief executive, as it warned that revenues for quarter would be lower than expected.
Yesterday those scamps at Telewest delivered a dictionary definition of the word "unlimited" to BT's London fortress after the monster telco received a slap from the advertising watchdog for misleading punters.
The UK Government is set to miss its target of migrating all its services online by 2005, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO).
TSMC, the world's biggest semiconductor foundry business, has appointed Sir Peter Bonfield, former CEO of BT, as an independent director.
Time has opened discussions with the credit card industry to discuss the treatment of customers who bought PC maintenance contracts by credit card from Tiny Computers.
Companies are allowed to market computer ID chips which can be embedded under a person's skin in the US, after the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave the technology its qualified approval.
Last month there was uproar among BTopenworld's broadband customers after we reported how the ISP had bungled its billing and failed to pass on price reductions for its service.
Orange has teamed up with ukbetting to enable punters to place bets on tomorrow's Martell Grand National from their mobile phones.
Computers Unlimited, the London based Apple distie, has bought niche graphics distie Gomark Ltd for an undisclosed sum.
Monster German media group Bertelsmann is reportedly keen to buy-out the Napster e-music service.