Webcasters were killing their shoutcast daemons - possibly for the last time - after the US royalty arbitrator yesterday upheld the RIAA's demands for back payments on per-song mechanical copyright and onerous reporting requirements.
The Wall Street Journal's veteran tech curmudgeon Walt Mossberg has inadvertantly stepped into the debate about Handspring's cronyism tactics.
Kuro5hin founder Rusty Foster's appeal for funds has been a roaring success, he told us today.
If you're feeling the need to vent your World Cup frustrations on someone, then why not get them sacked courtesy of www.b3ta.com, the rascals behind the www.introducingmonday.co.uk outrage?
Janitors who clean Yahoo!'s offices in Silicon Valley are demanding decent wages and basic employment benefits.
Those of you still struggling to come to terms with this morning's World Cup result might take consolation from the fact that you are not currently forced to watch your wife samba round the garden draped in a Brazilian flag.
Rival telcos should be able to use their own - and BT's - networks to provide broadband services, telecoms watchdog Oftel announced today.
The BBC is working on a new TV series about email.
Infineon has filed a complaint with the European Commission over alleged subsidies made by the Korean government to Korean DRAM makers.
A fortnight ago The Department of Trade and Industry announced the opening up of the 2,4GHz radio spectrum, paving the way for commercial Wireless LAN services, based around 802.11b, or Wi-Fi, in the UK for the first time.
The future of BT's claim that it owns the patent to hyperlinks should be decided soon.
It's Friday - so there must be another threat to shut down KPNQwest's network.
It's culturecide. The RIAA-inspired royalty tax has already taken some of the most highly regarded webcasters off the Net. SomaFM, the San Francisco-based station, ceased broadcasting today.