Nintendo is ratcheting up the console price war by dropping the GameCube's recommended retail price in North America to $149.
US assistant attorney general and DoJ head Charles James was in Brussels fingering (if not quite rattling yet) sabres last week. The "theory of monopoly leveraging," which appears to underly some of the European antitrust case against Microsoft, has "very little standing in the US" and "has been largely if not entirely rejected by our courts."
Ananova is turning Orange, the colour of its owner.
The Government has signed up managed services firm MessageLabs to protect Whitehall departments against mass-mailing viruses, in a deal worth over £1 million a year.
The home of the atom bomb gave an extraordinary, and unexpected endorsement of Transmeta's low power chip Crusoe - and the ultra-dense blades pioneered RLX Technologies - last week, InfoWorld reports. It may even have come up with an answer to the Gelsinger Coefficient.
The former chief exec of BT, Sir Peter Bonfield, never had a future at BT, according to chairman Sir Christopher Bland.
Software bugs in the Sky Plus digital recorder have become so severe that customers who complain are having their monthly subscription fee refunded.
Freeserve has slammed the telecoms regulator Oftel, accusing it of caving-in to BT and gifting the monster telco with the chance to dominate the broadband market.
Ford has warned 13,000 US consumers that their credit history has been illegally obtained by identity thieves posing as the motor manufacturer's credit lending arm.
HP is coming under scrutiny of the European Union over antitrust issues in the inkjet cartridges market.
Wireless and VoIP feature heavily in the communications network for the World Cup, which was completed by networking supplier Avaya last week.
More than 30 people in the UK have been arrested on suspicion of accessing US-based paedophile Web sites.
Four people are to "live" in Harrods' shop window over the next five days to publicise the launch of a range of Internet gadgets.
A worm is spreading through the KaZaA file sharing network: we hope it's unrelated to today's activation of the controversial Altnet piggy-back P2P network.
Juniper, main competitor to Cisco in the high-end routing space, has acquired Siemens subsidiary Unisphere Networks in a $740 million cash and stock deal. It will pay $375 million in cash and 36.5 million shares of Juniper stock.