McData today posted disappointing results for its second quarter, blaming a loss on soft IT spending and tight pricing.
Apple has asked anyone who has a certain 15in PowerBook G4 models to return the battery, which could be faulty.
Novell revenues were up nicely in Q3 04, coming in at $305m, against $283m for same time last year. But the headline figure is less than what it seems - like-for-like sales were down to $265m.
Tensions in Swansea intensified yesterday after bin men and other staff walked out in support of striking IT workers opposed to the privatisation of their department.
IBM has announced a new Eclipse development package for Linux.
Mac software developer Information Appliance Associates (IAA) has released an iSync plug-in that allows Mac OS X users to synchronise their systems with Blackberry handhelds.
The first new vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer on Windows XP with SP2 has been discovered
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is planning to commission an independent study into whether working in a US chip fab increases employees risk of contracting cancer.
Next time you bash out an email, think twice before cracking a "joke". Nearly a quarter of employees have suffered "crossed-wires" because colleagues or customers have "misinterpreted" their sense of humour.
AMD has revealed that the 90nm processors it plans to ship in volume in the coming months will use strained silicon, reiterating claims the chipmaker made in April this year that it was planning to implement the technique.
The nominations are in for the IT Professionals award for 2004 and the British Computer Society (BCS) has announced the finalists in the Individual Excellence Awards.
ATI will launch its would-be GeForce 6600 GT beater late next month or early October, sources from among Taiwan's graphics card companies have claimed.
Reg ReviewThe extent to which iPod owners can upgrade their players' internal workings was the subject of debate long before Apple's third-generation hardware prompted buyers to wonder how they could get holder of batteries with longer lifespans. Many folk who, like me, own the original 5GB model have pondered swapping out the hard drive for a more capacious model.
Apple's first UK store will open its doors on 20 November, according to a report at IFO AppleStore citing what sounds like staffers hired by the Mac maker's retail operation.
UKIF - the United Kingdom Internet Federation, the recently created trade body which represents more than 70 ISPs - is meeting officials from Ofcom today amid worries that BT has unfairly increased the cost of certain broadband products.
A Download.Ject-style worm which spreads through instant messages is spreading across the Net, according to intrusion prevention firm PivX.
Giant US electronics retailer Best Buy has been sued by the State of Ohio over alleged unfair and deceptive business practices.
LettersLet's get this out of the way, then. Imagine you have to take a plaster (band-aid) off your shin. Best to get it done quickly, right? Well, think of this the same way.
One of the Internet's more embarrassing episodes looks set to linger on with John Kerry's ex-girlfriend reviving her web site - hedgefundmistress.com.