Prescott, Intel's successor to today's Pentium 4 family, will not be compatible with current motherboards, an unnamed mobo maker has claimed.
UpdateDead for almost a decade, the Commodore brand name is about to be re-animated and with it one if the erstwhile home computer giant's best-known machines, the Am... sorry, the Commodore 64.
A New York-based company has begun touting disposable DVDs that could radically change the way consumers acquire movies for domestic viewing.
Today is Bastille Day, a day of great significance to the French - and today, in London Town, webloggers will breach the walls of Britain's Parliament, and set up a Wi-Fi network!
Suffolk-based ISP Fast24 is reducing the price difference between standard 512Kbps, and faster 1Mbps and 2Mbps flavours of ADSL with its introduction of higher-speed broadband services next month.
Never one to be shy and retiring, Larry Ellison is giving the impression that he is enjoying himself, Fran Howarth of Bloor Research writes.
Intel today extended its Xeon DP processor line with a new 3.06GHz version containing 1MB of on-die L3 cache - double that of the previous generation of the chip - as anticipated.
Vmyths.com is fading into the sunset, while the virus hoaxes it steadfastly debunked seem to live on forever, writes SecurityFocus columnist George Smith.
The Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is going for several notorious anti-abortionists necks and a famous cybersquatter in a case it has brought over nine domains it claims infringe its trademarks.
dabs.com today announced pre-tax profits of £5.1m, doubling 2002's £2:5m, on sales advancing 30 per cent to £152m (2002: £117m) for the year to March 31, 2003.
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Bertelsmann is going to court in New York on Thursday to seek the dismissal of a $17 billion lawsuit filed against it because it financed Napster.
If you've ever been tempted to sling your old mobile, the Eastern Europeans are more than several steps ahead of you.
SGI has released a pair of beastly systems to shore up its stronghold in the graphics market and has turned to mainstream graphics card maker ATI to help lower the costs of its kit.
AMD and Fujitsu have christened their Flash memory joint venture's product branding.
Yahoo! is to buy Overture, the paid-for-search pioneer, for $1.63bn in cash and shares. This is net of Overture's cash balance, which will be adjusted downwards to pay for two recent acquisitions.
Charity appeal updateYou know how it is - one minute you're in a pub having a couple of beers and saying "Why don't we go to Rockall for charity?", the next you're boarding a 40-ft yacht for the 300-mile trip to Britain's remotest islet in aid of Mental Health Media.
Dell has come under fire from owners of its Axim x5 PDA for its performance when running Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC. Some users claim the machine is significantly slower than running the previous version, Pocket PC 2002.
A package of new EU telecoms legislation coming into effect on July 25 will allow broadband users to share their broadband connection and costs with their neighbours.
Sun Microsystems has put up a beta site for Project Orion and managed to trickle out a few interesting tidbits in the process.
A new viral marketing stunt for a music clip site poses almost as great a risk as a real virus, according to security experts.
An IBM bitch board has been taken over by grumbling ex-PwC workers who fear another round of layoffs may be announced when Big Blue reports earnings this week.
The hunt for elusive Weapons of Mass Destruction has shifted to Hong Kong.
At long last, Computer Associates has launched a piece of technology that looks sexy. Code-named 'Sonar', the new software probes electronic traffic as it spreads through corporate networks. That data is then used to map IT assets visually to business processes.