Letters Re: Robosnail: Science or sex toy?
Despite a number of nice design wins, Transmeta posted another set of lackluster results in its second quarter.
A pair of lawsuits have been filed against Legato as several befuddled investors seek to cut the rope attached to a lifesaver thrown out by EMC.
A standard contract supplying a "robust defence against IR35" has been devised by the Professional Contractors Group (PCG) and The Association of Technology Staffing Companies (ATSCo).
Shock and Awe is coming to Australia, where the Federal Court in Sydney has ordered three universities to hand over hard drives, CDs and documentation to a recording industry "expert" for examination for evidence of music piracy.
At CA World this year, CA made a chunk of announcements along all product lines. This was par for the course, so we should not be surprised, but in amongst it all there was some interesting stuff, writes Robin Bloor of Bloor Research
Small firms from across the UK have been urged to enter the E-Commerce Awards for the chance to win £40,000, with just two weeks now left until the application deadline of 31 July.
Small firms are at risk of disclosing their financial statements to unauthorised parties due to a lack of IT security, KPMG says.
Who cares what operating system a phone uses? Well obviously the suppliers of the operating system care with the blinkered rose-tinted vision of any parent, writes Rob Bamforth of Bloor Research.
Many years after Apple's renowned Knowledge Navigator vision-video and Microsoft's ill-fated agent-as-eager-assistant Bob, Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science (SCS) is creating a digital butler.
Microsoft, the biggest software company on earth, once again bucked the trend in the IT sector by posting higher sales and earnings.
Bulldog is offering its PrimeTime 2000 service for £29.36 a month (including VAT) in a special promotional offer for new customers signing up to the service before the end of August.
The President's revamped mailbox has been hit with a denial-of-service attack, as users rushed to see if the White House's e-mail system is as awful as billed.
Dell's shareholders have made sure no one will mistake the company for a computer maker.
With 88 percent of J.D. Edwards shares in its pocket, PeopleSoft has declared victory in its bid to acquire the company.