Samsung announced this morning that it is now producing a 1GB DDR 2 DIMM in volume.
Opinion As the U.S. and U.K. campaign to "shock and awe" the Iraqi leadership and population continues, as "bunker buster" bombs hit the Iraqi Presidential palaces and coalition forces attempt to disrupt the command and control of the Iraqi military, one widely-reported offensive capability is nowhere in sight: the United States has not yet officially used the tools of cyberwarfare.
After suggesting that it would follow Dixons Group in dropping the GameCube from its range, UK retailer Argos has seen a surge in interest in the cut-price console and has confirmed that it will continue carrying it.
Memory maker Elpida has licensed Rambus' Yellowstone high-bandwidth interface technology, the pair announced today.
Esat BT has described Eircom's new wholesale price for DSL as positive, with both firms now set to roll out retail services at dramatically lower prices.
Application switching firm F5 Networks this week filed suit against three rival firms after securing a patent on a key aspect of its technology.
Among the neo-conservatives advising US President George W. Bush on matters military and imperial, Richard Perle looms large as Chairman of the Defense Policy Board, an unpaid policy brain trust appointed by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Perle, a former Reagan-Administration Assistant Defense Secretary, is associated, through numerous radiating lines of Washington patronage, to a gaggle of Reaganite and Bush Senior re-treads moving and shaking in Washington today.
The European Commission wants punitive tariffs of 30-35 per cent imposed on all Hynix chip imports after it found the world's third largest memory maker guilty of receiving aid from the Korean government. Such aid is banned by the World Trade Organisation and illegal in the EU.
EDS is to take a $35 million charge in Q1 to cover the severance package of Dick Brown, the CEO and chairman who was fired last week. No wonder his valedictory email to the EDsers was so touchy-feely.
Shares in Affinity Internet Holdings PLC were suspended on the London Stock Exchange this morning.
Reg reader Paul Smith (no relation) was inspired to verse by last week's Amazon iPaq pricing gaffe.
Bernard Hulme has resigned from Tadpole as CEO and director with immediate effect. He's available to the board for six months thereafter for advice. Hulme used to run SCO's European ops.
A treasury initiative to give small and medium-sized businesses 100 per cent tax relief on IT purchases runs out at the end of the month. There is no sign from Chancellor Gordon Brown that he will extend the gig in the next Budget, accountancy firm Hacker Young warns.
Yell - the outfit behind Yellow Pages and the online business information service, Yell.com - has launched its own-brand directory enquiries (DQ) service.
Apple's decision to postpone its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from mid-May to mid-June might at first seem nothing more than panic caused by too few pre-registrations.
UK government website 10 Downing Street (also at this URL) was briefly rendered inaccessible yesterday after a co-ordinated denial of service attack protesting the Prime Minster's role in the conflict.
Microsoft has teamed up with the University of Leeds to develop the UK's first undergraduate computer security module to focus on the skills which developers need write secure code.
France Telecom today began its much-touted €15bn today, flogging new shares at €14.50 apiece to existing shareholders.
Samsung is due to ship its Nexio S160 PocketPC "super PDA" into Europe later this year, during the third quarter.
Update Intel is growing its Xscale family with the addition today of two new chips: the PXA260 and 263. And it officially announced the PXA255.
LogoWatch LogoWatch Telecoms monolith BT has decided to ditch its infamous and much-ridiculed "prancing piper" logo. Long-suffering customers have for 12 years endured this preposterous piece of rebranding, which provoked much tabloid ire on its unveiling in 1991. The Sun, as we recall, was moved to emblazon its front page with "BT blows …
Morale among IT workers is at rock bottom, with workers struggling to cope with increased workloads.
Japanese Web site PC Watch has posted what it claims is the latest iteration of AMD's roadmap.
The Public Records Office (PRO) is to reveal at a conference next month how it intends to preserve electronic documents for the future.
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The Metropolitan Police Service is to reinforce the message that 999 calls should be made in the event of an emergency - by spamming up to 250,000 Londoners.
Leading GNOME and KDE developers have borrowed a leaf from the Hans Blix diplomacy manual in a joint statement on the XFree86 schism.
An end to the frustrating, illogical and frequently abused system of transferring domain names between registrars may finally arrive this week at the ICANN meeting in Rio de Janeiro.
EMC's chief executive officer Joe Tucci was rewarded handsomely last year with a gutsy salary and piles of options even though the company lost ground to the competition.