BT has confirmed it is launching a do-it-yourself broadband kit in a bid to get more people hooked up to super-fast internet access.
The Linux operating system is failing to make dents in industry giants Microsoft and Apple with less than a 0.
Analysts at the Yankee Group say things are going to get better in 2002 for the tech industry.
There are few surprises on the Ask Jeeves search engine's most-sought-after-information league tables for 2001, just published.
A huge new housing development on the outskirts of Cambridge has been given the go-ahead.
A homeless charity in Cambridge says it is going short of food in the run up to Christmas.
Online travel advertising soared this year despite September 11, but retail ads have remained sluggish.
Police officer numbers in Cambridgeshire have reached record levels, according to figures released yesterday (Tues).
A Cambridge biotech company has made a breakthrough in banishing the side-effects of drugs.
Rat-running motorists have been blamed for vandalising a 22,000 rising bollard installed in Cambridge just days ago.
Broadband is going to boom in the UK next year with three times as many people signing up for high-speed internet access.
The economic slowdown should give the IT industry a shot in the arm as companies turn to technology to boost profit margins.
The Nasdaq Stock Market announced its annual re-ranking of the Nasdaq-100 Index, and sees 13 names - all technology/telecom related stocks - leaving the top ranks, including Novell, 3Com, RealNetworks, Ariba, Metromedia Fiber Network, Broadvision and Palm.
Palm and Texas Instruments have forged a deal that will see them working together on next generation handheld computers.
e-FM, providers of financial outsourcing solutions, has commissioned independent research into whether the region's smaller businesses are embracing the internet.
Ware Anthony Rust, the UK top 50 Cambridge-based creative agency, has produced a targeted assault on TV, radio and national press to drive customers to Multiyork, the upmarket furniture manufacturer and retailer, during the crucial Winter sale period.
Troubled telecom equipment group Marconi is selling its optical components arm in a 19 million deal, it emerged yesterday (Monday).
The London market started the week in guardedly optimistic mood yesterday (Monday) as it built on unexpected gains in the U.
London tourists will soon be able to use their mobile phones to get a running commentary on the sights they visit.