PR people in Ely swapped pinstripes for pyjamas and shoes for slippers to take part in Britain's Biggest All-Day charity Breakfast.
Mobile operators better move fast - the cash generated by text-mad Europeans is set to peak next year.
Cable and Wireless has signed a four-year deal with Cisco Systems to develop internet communications systems.
Troubled telecoms group Marconi said it had cut its debt mountain by 1.
Symbian, the wireless software group that has its R&D site in Cambridge, has been valued at 285 million.
Scientists are using artificial intelligence to try figure out how people will react to new products.
A project which brings together the massive processing power of university computers in the UK has been officially unveiled.
In an effort to distil the clouds of confusion hovering over the new Microsoft licensing strategy, Anglia Business Computers today announces the availability of further 'Licensing Surgeries'.
The prospect of finding out how 'eight people and a dog' have created a 1 million business, drew a large clutch of breakfasters to Downing College.
The British army has taken delivery of a new generation of mobile field hospitals - signalling the end for MASH-style operating theatres based in tents.
Prudential insurance chairman Sir Roger Hurn is to resign following speculation over his role at the head of troubled telecom company Marconi.
BT yesterday (Weds) confirmed the launch of its new 'no frills' broadband service - designed to give millions of homes super fast internet access.
Scientists have invented a way to make patients see-through when they go under the surgeon's scalpel.
Even the humble bus ticket is going hi-tech after scientists turned it into a disposable smart card.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in integrated billing, customer, and employee care services, announced its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2002.
UK software company Autonomy has recorded USD 4.
A prototype home of the future that reacts to its owners' wishes and moods has been unveiled by electronics giant Philips.
Deutsche Telekom says revenues will increase to EUR 12.
The world-famous AT&T Laboratories in Cambridge close today (Weds) after 16 years of outstanding achievement.