HP to take care of Unix, Linux and Windows with Nimbus
ExclusiveWhen HP World starts in a few days, users can expect to hear about some new server management software that covers Unix, Linux and Windows in one go, and it's called Nimbus.
Vodafone: acquisitions in the face of heavy competition
Vodafone continues to expand its presence in the UK mobile phone market with the acquisition of mobile services provider Project Telecom. Like other independent resellers, Project Telecom has already suffered due to intense price competition in the market - competition that is set to get even worse in the run up to Christmas.
IBM to partner with Infineon on 65, 45nm tech
IBM has signed a deal with Infineon and Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing to jointly develop 65nm fabrication techniques.
Nintendo to announce ‘new game product’ in spring
Nintendo will reveal details of a "new game product" in spring next year, president Satoru Iwata has told a Japanese news conference while discussing the Kyoto-based firm's ongoing business strategy.
Motorola ships first camera phone
Motorola has finally followed its cellular handset rivals and begun shipping a cameraphone, the E365.
Intel faces $600m bill for unpaid tax
Intel may have to cough up $600 million in unpaid taxes if the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gets its way, the company has admitted.
Sun-Apple rumors set markets jangling
A few spontaneous remarks by Sun Microsystems' pony-tailed software marketing whizz-kid Jonathan Schwartz have set analysts a-flutter.
Sysadmins in the dark about network problems
Most IT managers are in the dark about what applications are running on their corporate networks.
Let's hear it for the designers
Logo LetterRe: Innovation Blue is the colour and Innovation Blue: What new logo?
Ex-Intel staffer admits trying to aid Taliban
Ex-Intel engineer Maher 'Mike' Mofeid Hawash has pleaded guilty to one of three charges that he conspired to aid and abet the Taliban.
The strange case of eBay, zippymilk and the missing DVDs
Hundreds of eBay UK users are up in arms after handing over money for DVDs to the same Norfolk-based seller who banked their cheques, but failed to deliver the goods.
‘Smart’ glues to drive unleaded chips
'Smart' glues developed by British boffins could soon rid silicon chips of the lead-based solder that is currently used to attach each die to the pins that ultimately connect the chip to the host system.
70% of Brits don't know what a WiFi hotspot is
Let this be a warning to all would-be and actual inflators of the Wi-Fi Bubble: nearly three-quarters of British consumers don't know what a Wi-Fi hot-spot is, according to a poll conducted by well-known pollster Mori.
Computer virus cramps Pan-Am Games
The 2003 Pan American Games this week have been disrupted by a computer virus.
Notebooks drive UK PC sales revival
The UK PC market grew 15.7 per cent year on year during the second quarter, IDC's latest market stats show.
Vodafone to double overseas text charges
Vodafone is to double the its charges for texting from UK to international phones next month.
IBM sues SCO for selling Linux
IBM has thrown itself right into the middle of the legal trainwreck that is SCO with a countersuit seeking to protect its own IP.
RIAA ignores court battles, picks Verizon to host site
In its endless quest to keep the RIAA's Web site up, hosting company TST manages to set new records not in uptime but in third-party service blunders. The latest gaffe has TST moving the RIAA's servers onto Verizon's network - an ISP the music labels have fought in court.