Freeserve, BT and AOL continue to dominate the UK's ISP sector accounting for almost two thirds of market share.
Campaigners opposed to the UK government's controversial data retention policies are going on the counter-offensive.
Microsoft has now admitted that its wired Dunny - the iLoo - was not a hoax.
Fujitsu Siemens is to bundle SuSE Linux Enterprise Server with all Intel Xeon-based PRIMERGY servers, from the entry-level system with one processor right through to the high-end 16-way server.
AnalysisTroubling questions are being asked about Microsoft's toilet initiative.
In the course of our lives, we accumulate a vast amount of documents, photographs, pictures, videos and even e-mail messages that are too important to throw away, writes Martin Langham of Bloor Research.
Six companies have been chosen to supply broadband services, kit and consultancy to the public sector.
Computer security researchers would be allowed to hack through copy protection schemes in order to look for security holes in the software being protected, under a proposed exception to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) being debated in official hearings this week.
In a week when the operators of the first private motorway in the UK announced its toll rates, it's comforting to know that technology can provide some alternatives. At least alternative things to pay for.
Telewest has accused BT of "twisting the truth" and telling "porkies" about its phone services.
Hynix has begun mass-producing 0.10 micron SDRAM chips, the company said yesterday.
The Register's valiant band of Cancer Busters continue to generously dedicate their unused CPU cycles to sniffing out potential cures of the disease.
Police and other UK government agencies are demanding personal data concerning over 100 million phone calls, subscriber data on almost a million consumers and an unknown quantity of email and Internet logs, every year, claims Privacy International. The data, to be unveiled today at Scrambling for Safety 6 at the London School of Economics, is based on estimates supplied by the Home Office, Ministerial statements, legal experts, the communications industry and the All Party Internet Group of MP's, and according to Privacy International director Simon Davies is "very much on the low side... We literally halved the Home Office estimate... just to be on the safe side."
UK online for business - a Government-backed scheme to promote ebusiness among firms - has denied that an online video diary soap is a waste of taxpayers' money.
IBM yesterday introduced its most powerful mainframe to date, the zSeries 990.
Last year was the most difficult year on record for worldwide IT services industry, according to analysts Gartner Dataquest.
An increasing number of companies and governments are looking at non-Microsoft options, with Linux the number one threat, Gartner says.
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DoCoMo has returned to profitability, but its main rival KDDI has leapt ahead in the 3G subscriber race. DoCoMo has just 330,000 subscribers compared to KDDI's 7.5 million. Also worrying are DoCoMo's low expectations for revenue growth, as increased spending on data services seems to be coming at the expense of conventional calls.
Worldwide PC shipments will grow just 6.4 per cent this quarter, compared to Q2 2002, market researcher Gartner believes. However, shipments will fall sequentially by 10.9 per cent, a point the company doesn't make in its press release.
Howard Carmack - the Buffalo Spammer - has been arrested and charged in New York for four felony (i.e. criminal) and two misdemeanour counts relating to his alleged fraudulence in obtaining Internet access accounts to send more than 825 million spam emails.
NTL has around 691,000 broadband customers, the UK's biggest cableco announced today.
Nvidia is preparing to boost the performance of its GeForce FX 5600 graphics chip, the company told The Register yesterday.