Microsoft says it's making a move on the wireless networking market.
DanioLabs Ltd, a new Cambridge based drug discovery company that uses zebrafish to drive the creation of novel therapeutic agents, has raised 850k in seed funding from a consortium of investors.
Application developers underestimate the complications of designing for third generation mobile networks (3G) - they will be shocked to find that operators will run separate parts of their networks for voice and data until perhaps 2005 and beyond.
The days of taking time off work and waiting frustratingly for a home delivery are over.
Tality, the systems design company in Cambridge, is up for sale.
BBC Worldwide is working with the University of Cambridge on a range of new-generation foreign language courses. The agreement will result in the launch of a series of multi-media language courses over the next five years.
Sonera and Nokia have started working together on broadband services for next-generation mobile phones in Finland.
As businesses and commentators look for anything that might signal an economic recovery, new figures show company profitability in the region has declined by a third in the last twelve months.
Airports operator BAA yesterday (Wednesday) blamed air traffic control disputes and the Jubilee holiday weekend for a dip in passenger numbers.
Alcatel says a downgrading of its credit rating is unjustified.
Shanghai-based HuaHong and Beijing-based Watertek join ARM's global network of distributors
CAMBRIDGE, UK - July 10, 2002.
Sir Robin Saxby BEng, DEng, DTech, Executive Chairman of ARM Holdings plc, has been awarded the 2002 IEE Faraday Medal in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the electronic engineering industry. Sir Robin received the Medal from IEE President Professor Brian Mellitt at a ceremony at the ARM offices in Cambridge.
From a passing comment at the launch of a football team for the homeless in Cambridge, has risen an ambitious arts project to celebrate the birth of modern football.
Cellfactors, the company that is growing human brain and bone cells in test tubes, is looking for 8 million.
EU countries are looking at sharing software to cut down on soaring IT costs.
Business leaders in Cambridge are looking at the possibility of setting up a management school in the city.
It is difficult to imagine Chris Evans and Andy Richards working together.
A quarter of UK Companies have sacked staff for misconduct over the internet - most for looking at porn.
Saviso Group Limited, founded by Adam Twiss along with two colleagues from Zeus Technology, has secured a round of private equity financing.