Harder times are not deterring start-ups in the Cambridge area, according to networking consultants Bailey Fisher.
ARM Holdings has formed its own approved training centre programme.
Amino Communications, a leading enabler of network appliance technology, today unveiled its Residential Gateway Reference Design with a unique security architecture.
Low-cost airline Go, based at Stansted, has appointed Keith Hamill chairman.
London shares started the session in subdued fashion yesterday (Weds) as heavyweight oil stocks slid.
China's economy grew by nearly 8 per cent in the first half of the year, in marked contrast to Japan's faltering economy which is continuing to slow.
Research shows that half of all 7 to 16 year olds in Britain own a mobile phone.
Digital images can now be transmitted via police radio handsets.
Texas and the East of England have signed an alliance which will increase US investment in the region and strengthen collaboration on leading edge technology.
By Rodney Brewis of N W Brown
The Cambridge Evening News Mid-Anglia Share Index rose 0.
Telecoms and tech stocks came under pressure yesterday (Tuesday), following a fall in US shares overnight, and pulled the FTSE-100 Index lower.
Broadband could be with us sooner than expected.
East Anglia still appears to be bucking the economic trend.
Former Chiroscience director Dr Andy Richards has come up with a cure for a lung disease that is a major killer in the western world.
Some of Europe's mobile operators have become obsessed with the cost of providing 3G services and are ignoring equally pressing issues, suggests a new study.
Nearly three-quarters of US organisations use the internet for indirect purchases - an increase from the 71 per cent reported last quarter, according to a report on e-business released by Forrester Research and The National Association of Purchasing Management.
Katalyst Ventures Ltd bucks the trend in difficult market conditions by raising 450,000 for Site Confidence (www.siteconfidence.co.uk) , a start up internet web-monitoring service company.
There is no false modesty from Maureen Donnelly, founder and boss of the city's newest telecoms company, Manet.
A controversial scheme to vastly increase the size of a landfill site on the Cambridgeshire/Suffolk border has been refused planning permission.