UK e-commerce firms trading in the US face the prospect of costly payouts to Divine Inc., which claims ownership of a patent on shopping cart technology.
SAP AG yesterday announced preliminary fourth-quarter and year-end figures for fiscal 2002, anticipating full-year sales to be up slightly on fiscal 2001, writes Jason Stamper.
RealNetworks Inc plans to help prevent theft of digital content with the beta release of its digital rights management system, Helix DRM.
IBM chairman and CEO Sam Palmisano is starting to move around the captains of various business units, writes Timothy Prickett Morgan.
Computacenter Plc has met its profitability targets for full year 2002 after experiencing a flattening out of demand in the last quarter of the year.
Xbox Live is dominating the early online gaming comparisons in the US, Microsoft proclaims. Since the service launched on November 15, 250,000 starter kits have been sold - double Microdsoft's original stated expectations.
Seagate has shipped an awful lot of hard drives, unlike Fujitsu which has shipped a lot of awful hard drives.
The GAME Group appears to have pulled off an amazing trading turnaround just three weeks after warning of disappointing pre-Christmas sales.
A Wiltshire Dad has named and shamed his kids on a Web site because he's concerned they're rampaging out of control.
Lexmark has invoked the controversial Digital Millennium Copyright Act in a legal action against a firm that makes chips that permit third party toner cartridges to work in its printers.
Leeds-based ISP Firstnet Services is offering a Free Allied Telesyn router with all wires-only ADSL connections.
Revised benchmarks for high-performance computing (HPC) applications and the MPI and OpenMP standards for parallel processing have been issued by the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation.
TiVo has unveiled plans to position its digital video recorders at the centre of home entertainment networks.