More than 21,000 people in Liverpool will be among the first in the country to vote electronically this week.
China has moved into second place in the race for the country with the most home-based internet users.
The e-mail is set to replace the humble cheque book as a way of paying money to people.
Marine propulsion is under-going a revolution, and Ware Anthony Rust is communicating it worldwide.
A telephone helpline providing Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) employers access to a range of health and safety services, for the benefit of their company and their employees, has been launched today (Wednesday, April 24).
The Automation Partnership (TAP), manufacturers of advanced automated systems, announces the appointment of Gilles Coquelet as French Key Account Manager.
Power companies National Grid and Lattice announced they are to merge to form a 14.
Communications company WorldCom has revised its financial outlook for 2002 to reflect the tough trading conditions.
Nokia and IBM yesterday (Monday) said they would work together on wireless local area network technology.
Americans are becoming addicted to their laptops - they can't go anywhere without them.
Interest in the internet has skyrocketed over the last few years - but stubborn technophobes are still staying away.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in integrated billing and customer care services, announced that its rating and billing product Geneva is now in live operation at Airwave mmO2 Ltd.
Convergys Corporation, the world's largest billing and customer care company, announced that the Dutch consortium Digitenne has signed a licence contract that entitles it to use Convergys' WIZARD product to support all customer care and billing for Digitenne's new Digital Video Broadcast - Terrestri
Ministers have unveiled plans to set up a 200,000 advice agency for small businesses in Cambridge.
Airport operator BAA has announced an 8.
Sales of PCs shuddered to a halt over the last three months, staying at roughly the same levels as a year ago.
Profits at Microsoft are up, but are not as high as analysts forecast.
Nortel Networks expects to see a static second quarter after reporting a loss of USD 463 million in the first three months of the year.
Sun Microsystems lost USD 26 million in the third quarter, a 67 per cent improvement on second quarter results.
22 April, 2002.