Media giants AOL Time Warner and Sony are joining forces to speed up next-generation broadband entertainment.
New technology could cut PC running costs by as much as 70 per cent - saving billions of dollars.
Kenneth Morse is Managing Director of the MIT Entrepreneurship Centre in Boston and Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School in the Munich Entrepreneur Academie.
European Server Appliance specialist starts search for blue chip Chairman
RedWire Limited, software developer and distributor of Europe's largest range of Server Appliances, is pleased to announce the appointment of specialist technology management consultancy Greenfield Ventures, to sourc
Pharmaceuticals firm CeNeS has cut 34 jobs as part of a restructuring plan to save cash, it emerged yesterday (Monday).
Passenger numbers through BAA's seven UK airports slumped last month, as the after-effects of September 11 were felt.
The London market had a quiet start to the week yesterday (Monday), with the FTSE 100 Index slipping lower in subdued early trading.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has outlined his vision of a 'digital decade' that will revolutionise the way the world communicates and does business.
The number of live web events such as conferencing is expected to rise 25 per cent over the next six months.
Fears about online privacy have cost business an estimated USD 6.
Industry watchers say BT chairman Sir Christopher Bland needs to mix fresh thinking with someone who understands how BT works to make the company successful.
With EU listed companies required to convert to International Accounting Standards (IAS) by 2005, the fundamental issue of training must rise to the top of the corporate agenda.
Legal eagles Eversheds are flying their Cambridge nest to larger offices.
Leading business advisors have urged the Chancellor, Gordon Brown, to use his pre-budget report to show he is taking steps to regenerate the rural economy in East Anglia.
Support is on offer for women managers who want to return to a senior position in the world of work.
It's fast approaching that time of year again - when households around the country compete to be the best decorated for Christmas.
Scientists are building a new supercomputer which will be more than 15 times speedier than its fastest rivals.
Almost three quarters of UK and US marketing execs admit they haven't got a clue if their marketing campaign is paying off.