Brocade is in the midst of a pretty good run with analysts and partners such as EMC, Hewlett-Packard and Hitachi heralding the company's storage switch business.
A host of new details about Sony's forthcoming PlayStation Portable (PSP) console have been revealed by SCEE president Chris Deering at a summit in London, including software pricing details and the company's view on the Game Boy Advance.
On Tuesday the organization responsible for the Bluetooth wireless standard unveiled version 1.2 of its official spec at the Bluetooth World Congress in Amsterdam. But for real evidence that that the technology is finally gaining acceptance turn to the conference program for this summer's DefCon hacker convention, or the front page of the Packetstorm security tools site. After years of neglect, security researchers are beginning to gently sink their teeth into the technology.
A simple spreadsheet error cost a firm a whopping US$24m.
VIA has begun shipping its Apollo KT600 chipset for 400MHz frontside bus Athlon XP processors, and has signed 20-odd mobo makers to use the product.
Bulldog has unveiled a 6 Mbps DSL service for really bandwidth-greedy home users.
At last, the truth behind HP's mysterious model t182k PC, revealed yesterday to be the company's first AMD Athlon 64-based offering, can be revealed.
Interactive telly shows such as Big Brother have led to an explosion in the number of premium rate text messages being sent and received in the UK.
IP Telephony has matured from having the "sound quality equal to two cans tied together with string" to become a serious consumer service, market analysis organisation In-Stat/MDR has claimed.
British boffins have developed a radar-based system that can see through walls and behind closed doors.
Intel will unveil the next version of its Itanium 2 processor, codenamed Madison, along with next-generation Xeon MP chips, aka Gallatin, on 30 June.
AMD will ship the Athlon 64 in August, well ahead of its September launch, Taiwanese motherboard-maker sources claim.
Fortinet has upgraded its network-based anti-virus firewall appliances to defend against a wider range of malicious attacks.
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Corel Corporation shareholders are revolting. They say the struggling software company has sold them down the river by agreeing to flog the business for a bargain basement price.
Forget about fuel cells: 'micro-engines' are the future of mobile device power supplies, if the predictions of a team of scientists at the UK's University of Birmingham come to pass.
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RSA Security is to add biometric recognition technology to its popular line of two-factor authentication products. This will give customers the opportunity to add another layer of authentication to its identity management system.
Oftel receives three times more complaints about BTopenworld than any other ISP, according to official stats published today.
Imagine charging your PDA, phone and notebook all at the same time, from the same source, simultaneously. That's the goal of SplashPower, a UK-based start-up that has developed a 'wireless' recharging system.
Engage, the once high-flying ad serving software and Internet sales house, has gone titsup. It has filed for Chapter 11 and is selling all of its assets to a firm called Scene 7 for the knockdown price of $1.2m cash and the assumption of liabilities of approx. $650,000 to $850,000.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has sent "cease and desist" letters to four people it alleges were illegally offering hundreds of copyrighted songs over the Internet.
Members of the scheme to warn UK retailers about credit card fraud have been commended by the Metropolitan Police for their part in assisting the arrest and conviction of a serious Internet fraudster.
Irish mobile software company Network365 has raised €10 million in new venture capital, as it prepares for expected growth in its sector.
Veritas has added a few new bits and pieces into the latest release of its cluster management software.
Letters Re: Lawyers must be culled like rabbits - Nokia VP
Letters : Holy Grail of crypto to arrive in three years, say UK boffins
A pair of recent price cuts for Cisco storage switches have one analyst questioning how successful the networking giant can be in the high-end storage market.
StorageTek is to develop and resell a version of FalconStor's IPStor disk pooling and virtualisation software. The strategic alliance between the two companies also gives StorageTek's resellers and its professional services group access to IPStor.
US Senator Orrin Hatch (Republican, Utah) backed down slightly from his bizarre remarks Tuesday advocating the remote destruction of computers belonging to copyright scofflaws.
More details on Sun's upcoming Ultra SPARC IIIi-based workstations have emerged thanks to a generous Register reader.
Hong Kong based Lik-Sang, a mail order company which distributes videogame software and hardware worldwide, has lost a crucial court case brought by Nintendo over the sale of devices which could copy Game Boy software.