Red Hat is growing up.
Here's an April Fool's joke for you: What entirely Internet-based organisation fails to use Web technology to keep people abreast of what it is up to?
Brocade has added a clutch of new firmware features to its Fibre Channel switches, including SAN security and scripting tools to automate repetitive tasks. Its director-class SilkWorm 12000 switch also gains high-availability features and FICON support for mainframe connectivity.
BT has fired the first shots in a telco price war aimed at defending its market share and beating off rivals such as Telewest, One.Tel and British Gas.
He's not going to give up gracefully, is he? Having been exposed in a factual inaccuracy - the GSM network isn't French, as he claimed - Congressman Darrell Issa has removed the allegation that it is. And then he's resorted to innuendo...
Hynix will have to pay a 57.37 per cent surcharge on any memory chips it imports into the US, the US Commerce Department said yesterday.
AMD boffins have extended silicon-on-insulator (SOI) chip technology to create a transistor that can operate 30 per faster than the best of today's metal-oxide semiconductor transistors.
Norwegian teenager Jon Lech Johansen has been given a date when he must once again face DVD piracy charges.
Sun continues to fete AMD's Opteron, even though it has yet to formally announce support for the 64-bit processor.
Network Associates yesterday announced a deal to acquire intrusion protection company IntruVert Networks for $100 million in cash.
Part of BT's ADSL network was knocked out last night causing disruption to thousands of Net users in the UK.
ATI has brought forward the release of its Radeon 9600 chip. The part will now ship "later this month", the company said today - well ahead of the original late May target that it was talking about in the run-up to the chip's launch.
BT is expected to announce shortly a cut in the monthly wholesale charge for its ADSL service.
Not to be outdone by Dell's recent revamp of its PC recycling programme, HP has said it will double the incentive it offers to consumers for handing in their old, unwanted computers.
Corporations may be spending a little less on IT these days, but they're paying their BOFHs higher salaries, a survey conducted by the Meta Group reveals.
Telewest claims BT is still "second best" despite today's announcement that the UK's dominant telco is to cut the cost of some of its phone calls.
OK, so our headline isn't exactly an accurate summation of a Forrester briefing document on security which received widespread coverage this week.
Eircom has formally introduced a cheaper broadband product, which the government and lobby groups have warmly welcomed.
Dell continues to forge stronger ties with Oracle with the introduction of some pre-packaged clusters pitched as replacements to multiprocessor Unix systems.
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