All clear sounded on ITV Digital STBs
Around a million or so customers of ITV Digital won't have to cough up £40 to keep their set top boxes (STB) after all, following a deal between the liquidators of the failed digital TV outfit and media giants Carlton and Granada.
Armed raiders steal £840,000 in computer kit
Armed robbers made off with approximately £840,000 of computer equipment after a raid on a warehouse on the outskirts of London last Friday morning.
Ex-NTL boss in line for top OFCOM job
Stephen Carter - the former MD and COO of NTL - is in line for a top job at the new monster communications regulator, OFCOM.
NTL suspends employee over ntlhell.co.uk hack
An NTL employee could lose his job concerning allegations that he was behind a New Year's eve hack of ntlhell.co.uk.
MS announces Windows Media 9 DRM tool, music alliances
Microsoft has moved itself a little closer to its goal of becoming the entertainment industry's vendor of choice for Digital Rights Management. Today it announced the release of the Windows Media 9 Data Session Toolkit, together with key customers for the technology.
IBM begins $500m iSeries revamp
IBM today announced a revamp of its iSeries mid-range server line geared to breathing fresh life into the venerable technology through a two-year, $500 million marketing push.
ABIT puts security on the motherboard
ABIT today launched server motherboards featuring integrated security processors, with a promise to slash the cost of building security appliances.
Freeserve blames ‘human error’ for mailshot login bungle
Freeserve has blamed "human error" for bungling a mailshot to new customers which contained the log-in details of other people.