A strong close on Wall Street buoyed the London market yesterday (Monday), which kicked off the week by moving into positive territory.
Intel plans to release two new chips designed to increased the battery life of mobile phones and handheld devices.
The European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA) said that despite EU law demanding European incumbents to open up their exchanges to competition, little progress has been made so far.
Paseosoft, a French corporation, has just raised 1.
Workers in the UK surf the internet furiously when they are in the office, but go at a more leisurely pace at home.
Turning up late for a job interview is a cardinal sin in the eyes of those asking all the questions.
Chesterton Community College is looking to recruit extra adult volunteers to accompany student groups on trips to various technological venues next month.
Based in Shepreth near Cambridge, The Satellite Network is now supplying truly secure Wireless Networks.
Alphamosaic and PA Consulting have found a solution to one of the most urgent problems affecting the commercial potential of 3G network roll-out.
Cisco, the networking integrator giant, posted second quarter earnings which beat analysts' expectations, but it remains cautious on outlook for the third quarter.
Last year saw a big slowdown on sales of handheld computers - but shipments are expected to bounce back in 2002.
Millions more people are set to take advantage of technology that gives laptops and PDAs cheap, super-fast wireless internet access in public places.
Arthur D Little, the parent company of Cambridge Consultants, has filed for 'Chapter 11', the U.
Shares in BT Group surged 5 per cent in early trading yesterday (Thurs) after new chief executive Ben Verwaayen gave an upbeat assessment of prospects.
Business confidence is bouncing back among start-up companies with more than a quarter expecting the UK economy to pick up over the next 12 months.
Tarragon Embedded Technology has just expanded to include a Systems Engineering Division operating from its site in Cambridge, UK.
Tarragon Embedded Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of Senior Managers Jon Beech and Tam Lundie to head up its Embedded Software division.