The plug is about to be pulled on child pornography on the web as watchdogs seek to impose the country's first ever censorship of the internet.
The construction industry in Cambridge remains on course, according to the latest quarterly report from the city's largest construction cost consultants, Davis Langdon & Everest.
International Greetings, the company that owns Copywrite at Duxford, has clinched UK and European rights covering all product categories for the blockbuster film, Monsters Inc, which went on national release last week.
Ericsson, Apple and Sun Microsystems have agreed to support a new format for next generation internet streaming media.
Chip manufacturers could be saved valuable space thanks to a new silicon chain made up of links thinner than a human hair.
British Airways will axe nearly 6000 more jobs and close 10 routes as it struggles to cut losses.
East Cambridgeshire becomes one of the first local District Councils to officially launch the Government's UKonline initiative, with a week-long series of events as part of its 'Discover Computers Week', running from Monday 25 February until Friday 1 March.
Simoco, the radio communication company that took over from Philips in Cambridge, considered closing down just 12 months ago.
Confusing economic signals are making it difficult for business leaders to plan growth, say Cambridgeshire directors.
They call it 'the beautiful cloud' and it will be for people who hate injections.
Whether or not you are an Arsenal fan, next week it could be fun finding out more about the club.
It is too late to enter the Cambridge Evening News Business Excellence Awards but there is still time to try for the 3,000 prize money on offer with the Cambridge Business Award 2002.
A Russian company has come up with the answer to all our language problems when travelling - the Ectaco Universal Translator.
Immersion, a developer of vibrating synchronised technology for video games, said it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Microsoft and Sony.
Siemens said it will help create the 'hospital of the future' - the world's first totally integrated, all digital and completely automated hospital.
Alexander launches Foresight's online learning vision for 2020
Information and communication technologies are transforming the way we live and work.
The IT skills shortage may be caused by selecting the wrong people.
Susan Dixon, principal consultant of Cambridge-based legal services company, Legal Surfing Ltd, has been appointed as a non-executive director of the International Management Board of the Association of MBAs.
Foveon, a digital photography technology company, claims it has developed a chip which will dramatically improve the quality of pictures taken on digital cameras.