A severe power outage affecting the north eastern United States, Canada and the mid-west has left many web sites either down or experiencing DNS problems, and knocked out sections of the cellphone networks.
GNER rail company in the UK has partnered with mobile solutions firm Icomera to provide Wi-Fi on its trains running between Scotland and London.
The Hungarians gave us Rubik's Cube, and now they are going to entice us with DI Music.
DRAM sales will be 35 per cent higher in Q3 than Q2, market watcher Gartner Dataquest has forecast.
Web hosting operation Redbus Interhouse has warned companies to "worry about servers as much as employees" as the UK continues to enjoy the summer weather.
AMD Athlon 64 processors are going to be hard to come by in the months following the chips launch on 23 September.
As if hard pressed Windows sysadmins didn't have enough problems dealing with the effects of the Blaster worm, Microsoft has warned that an unrelated security fix it supplied to NT 4 users last month was faulty.
The excitement about the new CEC Chinese wrist-phone seems to be based on the idea that it's a 'first' which, of course, it isn't. The IXI-Mobile design which Seiko announced earlier this year was not only first, but rather smarter.
Intel's Centrino notebook platform pitch appears to be paying off - at least in its ability to grab market share from arch-rival AMD.
BT's web site is one of the worst-performing among the UK's top one hundred companies, according to a report due to be published on Monday.
Junk mail is an increasing problem but the search for an effective cure remains fraught with difficulties.
IT companies are being urged to review their physical security after the financial director of a computer distributor was kidnapped and forced to help burglars steal computer equipment worth more then £500,000.
Embattled MCI claims it is "on track" to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Firms which choose to run and manage their e-business systems and infrastructure in house are throwing resources down an IT "black hole", according to new research out today.
Online advertising spending is increasing, according to the latest stats from media intelligence outfit Thomson Intermedia.
A former employee of Amazon.co.uk has appeared before an employment tribunal in Bedford claiming that he was dismissed for wanting to join a trade union.
Veritas is working to prove its has as much love for HP as it does for Sun Microsystems with the release of a file system for Oracle 9i RAC running on HP-UX.