Google is to create a search tool specifically for weblogs, most likely giving material generated by the self-publishing tools its own tab.
Stelios Haji-Ioannou has backed down in his Napoleonic crusade against owners of "easy" domains, telling legitimate print-selling business Easyart.com that he is too busy suing other people to bother it - just weeks before court action was due to start.
Three-quarters of UK survey participants are "excited" by MMS, providing an indication that MMS will repeat its success in Japan throughout the world.
It is almost certainly the first time anybody other than a phone company has launched a mobile phone: GALP and Microsoft have done a deal to provide an AEG-built Windows-powered (PocketPC) device to GALP partners and customers. Microsoft's Steve Ballmer himself will be in Lisbon today to announce the deal.
Taking a look at some of the recent earnings announcements for enterprise applications vendors, you could be forgiven for thinking that the days of selling software licences were sliding to an end, writes Fran Howarth, of Bloor Research.
Hacker-engineer Andrew "Bunnie" Huang says he's already pre-sold between 400 and 500 copies of his self-published tell-all "Hacking the Xbox: an Introduction to Reverse Engineering," weeks before its scheduled May 27th publication date, despite -- or perhaps because of -- looming suspicions by some that the book skirts the edges of legality.
Nvidia last night announced disappointing results for the first quarter of its current fiscal year, 2004.
Reg Kit Watch
NTT DoCoMo's Wristomo I-mode wristphone sold out within 20 minutes of going on sale, the company said yesterday.
This week, Linux evangelist Bruce Perens criticised OpenForum Europe for supporting software patents in the European Community. Graham Taylor, Director OpenForum Europe, has penned this open letter in response.
Tiscali UK is capping its unmetered Anytime service to 150-hours a month.
Broadband providers should concentrate on delivering high service quality rather than chasing ever-greater speeds.
Toshiba is developing a blue-laser optical disc based on today's DVD production process. The upshot: much higher capacities of optical storage at a much lower cost than other blue-laser technologies.
Irish blogger and Internet consultant Antoin O'Lachtnain has succeeded in his bid to force the secretive company running Ireland's .ie domain into the open.
The UK's Museum of Computing, a not-for-profit organisation with links to the Science Museum and the Bletchley Park Trust, the British Computer Society and the University of Bath, is seeking help from IT companies around the world to draw up its ongoing exhibition programme.
Microsoft has revealed some of its pricing plans for the US Xbox Live service, hopefully giving some indication of what it's lined up for European consumers.
Ohio State cops have made the latest raid on techie college students, seizing computer equipment from three freshman and one sophomore.