29th > December > 2004 Archive
Apple is said to be preparing a return to the 'pizza box' casings last seen in its classic LC and Performa Macs in the mid-1990s, but at this stage it's not entirely clear who the machine will be aimed at.
Palm OS developer PalmSource made a modest profit during its most recently completed fiscal quarter, the company said this week, beating analyst expectations into the bargain.
Cabir, the Symbian OS and Series 60 UI-targeting malware, is expected to spread significantly in the coming months after the source code was posted on the Internet this week.
PC maker Tulip is to sell the Commodore brandname to US company Yeahronimo Media Ventures for €24m ($33m), the Dutch company revealed this week.
Internet users in Germany can now have a DSL line for as little as €3.99 per month. Germany's biggest ISP, T-Online, has launched its no-frills DSL brand Congster in a fight back against low-cost rivals, Reuters reports.
Oracle has boldly claimed that it now has full control of PeopleSoft, although its takeover is actually not quite done.
Hitachi's disk drive business has sued a young Chinese disk drive maker, charging the Chinese rival with patent infringement.
A Minnesota agency has again been blocked from regulating VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services by a federal appeals court.