In last month's report on a Chinese effort to build a home-grown Win98, we appealed for further enlightenment on the nature of the project. Well, it's taken a while, but a kindly Chinese speaker has done some digging, and reveals it's Linux-based, and GPLed.
On Monday of last week, we published an article by a former IT employee at PA Consulting Group.
The UK Government is looking to ban the use of hand-held mobile phones while driving in an attempt to reduce the number of road accidents.
AOL France has followed in the footsteps of its UK cousin and is offering unlimited unmetered Net access for E24 a month.
We'd be hard pressed to identify a person with better open-source advocacy credentials than Tim O'Reilly. So it came as a mild surprise to read his column over the weekend lamenting the politicization of software by a radical fringe.
Atlanta-base EarthLink has topped a customer satisfaction survey of US ISPs.
Contrary to the marketing push of many security and storage firms, few users believe the events of September 11 should play a part in developing their business continuity strategies.
Struggling cableco NTL has so far failed to comment on allegations that a rival Web site contains libellous comments concerning some of those behind its nthellworld.com site.