Apple has updated its operating system to include support for Bluetooth-enabled smartphones and peripherals.
Illuminata analyst Gordon Haff tells us that Microsoft informed developers to expect x86-64 support with the first Service Pack for Windows .NET server.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)has set up a new Web site at www.pwcebiztoolkit.comto help e-tailers comply with new European Union regulations that come into force in July.
UK Internet firms lack "business brains", according to first national IQ test of small business entrepreneurs.
Brightview Ltd - the independent outfit that owns ISPs including callnet, ic24, madasafish and Totalise - has gone into administration.
Juniper Networks has met analyst expectations for Q`.
If you're an IT contractor "in between jobs" here's a crumb of hope for a Friday.
Novell is giving away a small business networking starter pack to small businesses free of any licensing costs. The move is designed to court sales from smaller businesses as they grow.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs may once have dated Joan Baez, but is he really itching to become a music industry player? If the LA Times is correct, that could well be what he achieves.
Acequote.com, the veteran UK e-marketplace, is shutting its doors to new subscribers, following the decision of German parent, DCI, to withdraw from the sector.
UpdatedOne unfortunate side effect of Gulf War II has been the complete disappearance of affable Iraqi information minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf.
Girls, are you tired of spending your evening staring at your mobile, waiting for a man to call?
UK banks, building societies and retailers are to introduce a more secure method of authorising credit card payments.
HP has won a 10-year IT outsourcing deal with Procter & Gamble, worth an estimated $3bn.
Net users in New Zealand are threatening to cut their ties with the country's biggest ISP, Xtra, after it introduced sweeping new terms of service (ToS) that effectively hands it ownership of all content passing through its system.
Ericsson is planning to outsource its IT infrastructure operations to HP, and the pair have signed a memorandum of understanding today setting out how they will work together. A final agreement should be in place before the "end of Q2, 2003, Ericsson says.
BT Wholesale is trying to make life easier for its unpaid army of volunteers who are trying to muster enough support to get their local exchange converted to ADSL.
News of another of Iraqi information minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf's blinding predictions comes to us via www.nufc.com, a non-official website dedicated to UK footie outfit Newcastle United.
Sanera Systems has been touting its switch of enormous proportions for a long time now, but come next week beta product will be on hand.
A conniving conwoman who ripped off an estimated $880,000 from almost 350 victims through online auction fraud was sent to jail for four years and nine months this week.
Spare a thought for Net users in Greece. First the Government banned (temporarily) all computer games. Now, they've finally found out that they're about to get ADSL after waiting two years or so for incumbent telco, OTE, to complete its trial.
Web site impersonation could become as great a risk as ID theft, Paul Mockapetris, the co-inventor of DNS warns.
WorldCom will rebrand itself as MCI possibly as early as next week in an attempt to move away from its tainted past.
Only the well-funded geniuses at DARPA would describe their creation of hopping, networked explosives as "Self-Healing Mines."
A new measure aims to protect the networks that control electric power distribution throughout North America. But not everyone is juiced over plans to hold utilities accountable to tight security practices, says Kevin Poulsen, of SecurityFocus.