Rattled by last week's Grokster ruling, the RIAA has stepped up its psyops by spamming IM users with warning messages.
How successful has Eliot Spitzer been at achieving his goal of greater transparency in capital formation?
Reg Kit Watch
IBM has finally invited the red-headed stepchild in its server line to join the rest of the family, we can exclusively reveal.
Intel has changed course with regard to 32-bit software support on the Itanium processor, saying it now plans to help speed up the code in future versions of the chip.
HP and Microsoft have posted what they claim as a single system online transaction processing performance record.
There are signs of life in the hardware market, as server makers saw a ten percent rise in shipments during the first quarter.
Siebel's release of new survey data comes shortly after the revelation that it is calling in the authorities to investigate the leaking of confidential documents questioning customer satisfaction. The company is particularly sensitive to such criticisms at the moment, as it struggles to turn around its falling sales revenue.
Apple has indirectly confirmed it is developing a version of its iTunes music jukebox software for Windows.
Microsoft is considering an external testing programme to improve the quality of its security patches.
Opera Software CEO Jon S. von Tetzchner says the ratio of Windows to Linux Opera downloads is eight to one. This either means Linux is on 12.5% of computer desktops (unlikely) or that Linux users are far more likely than Windows users to download Opera.
The UK's cable companies, NTL and Telewest, are boasting today that they now have one million broadband cable customers.
Despite underestimating the size of the world chip market last year, market researcher In-Stat/MDR is maintaining its forecast for 2003.
The Wi-Fi Alliance, guardian of 802.11 wireless networking interoperability, has announced the first set of products that meet its Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) security specification.
Über hacker Fluffi Bunni was arrested by the Metropolitan Police on Tuesday, while attending InfoSecurity 2003, in London.
The European Commission is calling on all Member States to implement and enforce laws giving paid-for content providers protection from electronic piracy.
Morpheus, the P2P file-trading network, gets a makeover tomorrow with Version 3.0. This incorporates a "sleek interface that is easy to navigate and intuitive to use". The upgrade also features an integrated media player and media library that helps users "find and manage their media without leaving the application".
Oftel has a new definition for broadband - and about time too.
Two more companies have lodged formal complaints against planned price cuts for one of BT's wholesale ADSL products.
With Fujitsu Siemens' server sales up nearly 30 per cent in the first quarter, the company says it is maturing and expects to capture more market share.
A greater focus on enterprise customers and a stronger commitment to the establishment of the smartphone as a platform are today the two main forces driving mobile phone makers. Certainly they are the key trends emerging from this year's Symbian developers' bash, Exposium '03.
VIA sold NT$5.7 billion worth of products during Q1 2003, the company announced today. That marks a 16.5 per cent decline on the previous quarter's NT$6.64 billion.
3DLabs has released its Wildcat VP880 Pro workstation graphics card with 256MB DDR SDRAM across a 256-bit bus. The card is capable of generating 188 million vertices per second and 35 billion anti-aliasing samples per second, the company said.
We have a choice, here; either Britannia is utterly reckless with the lives of its employees and its passengers, or the dangers of WiFi have been assessed to be trivial on board a plane.
Telewest has been hit by a massive spam attack that has resulted in as many as 200,000 of its punters being without email for a couple of days at the beginning of the week.
IBM is starting to look a lot more like its rivals.
There's a major boardroom bust-up at Web hosting outfit, Host Europe, that has led to some extraordinary revelations being made public about the internal "goings-on" of the company.