LettersFrom the end of the month, CNET's Downloads.com page will charge every author $99 for listing the software. Non-payers will see their listings and software removed.
Freeserve went to a Competition Commission tribunal on Tuesday to get an Oftel ruling concerning BT's alleged abuse of its dominant market overturned.
Pornography is the most censored type of Internet content at work, according to those clever people at Datamonitor.
High profile security consultancy/distie Peapod has gone into administration after attempts by parent company e-initiative to expand into Europe ran aground.
Letters: We hoped not to get any more of your pictures of dangerous server rooms, but you keep them coming, and they're too compelling to resist.
Broadband won't become mass market in the UK until service providers bundle entertainment content with high-speed Net access.
Canadian convicts have taken advantage of prison PCs to produce escape plans, make fake IDs and conduct scams.
Three-quarters of Europe's 160 online-only stock broking Web sites will disappear by 2007, according to a new report by Forrester Research.
There is just the teensy weensiest hint of a sign that there could be the beginnings of a recovery in the IT jobs market in the UK.
Customers of online bank smile report problems accessing their accounts online following a suspected arson attack in Manchester which damaged the city's telecom infrastructure yesterday.
It's a pity that Microsoft's Beth Goza, who we teased here last week, has taken down her weblog. Far from wanting to see it disappear, it ought be preserved in a time capsule.
Macintosh site Architosh has some reasonably intelligent speculation on unreleased Motorola processors, and offers a roadmap.
AP's Suzanne Plunkett has exposed the relationship between the entertainment industry and the technology industry, in a dramatic new photograph.