Handheld computers are set for a 500 per cent increase in sales over the next three years with more than 63 million being sold in 2004.
A new Windows computer virus is attempting to wreak havoc with e-mail systems across the globe.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in integrated billing and customer care services, and iPIN, the premier provider of fixed and mobile e-Payments technologies, have announced the signing of an alliance agreement to offer a comprehensive, leading edge solution covering rating, billing, and e-P
Cambridge based bioassay company SmartBead Technologies today announced the completion of their seed funding round raising 1 million of private financing from BankInvest of Denmark.
BT's former mobile arm mm02 has switched on Europe's first live 3G network, but admits falling six months behind schedule.
Compaq has won a massive USD 857 million contract to supply IT equipment to the US military.
The president of the Republic of Korea is due to get an honorary degree from Cambridge University today (Weds).
A new transistor that promises to double processing speeds has moved a step further to becoming reality.
Wireless local area networks are proving a big hit with business as growth rates beat expectations despite the tech slump.
Experts have slated Microsoft's new intranet solution as a marketing gimmick that does nothing new.
Internet service provider PSINet in Cambridge is shedding 18 jobs as it moves its technical support group to Switzerland.
Could this be the next Autonomy? Transversal is being tipped as a strong candidate to emerge as a new champion from the Cambridge high-tech stable.
New 'cement' made from human cells is set to change the face of dentistry.
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Banking stocks got off to a bad start yesterday (Monday), as fears over their involvement with imploding energy giant Enron continued.
Chip prices are starting to rebound as worldwide sales of semiconductors start to show signs of recovery.
The number of businesses using high-speed digital subscriber lines is set to rise more than 400 per cent over the next four years.
Drivers are to get fighter pilot-style night vision technology to help them see in the dark.