A new architecture centre is being created in Cambridge to monitor the development of the city.
Copenhagen, Denmark 11 April, 2002.
The UK arm of accountants Andersen is to merge with Deloitte & Touche, it emerged yesterday (Weds).
Work has begun on a new 7 million research building at Cambridge University to be used for research into nanotechnology.
The world's leading wireless operators meet for a Rome 'roamfest' next week - three days of top-level talks about the future of the industry.
Broadband is being put into 100 more BT exchanges, making high-speed internet access available to 16 million homes by the end of next month.
Millions of mobile users say they are being ripped off by extortionate charges for using their mobile phones abroad.
Scientists are reported to be working on the world's first lip-reading mobile phone.
Experts say wireless local area networks have a bright future as costs fall and more people start to make use of them.
High-flying business people can now access the full range of office internet services - 35,000ft above the Atlantic.
Cellfactors, the Cambridge company growing human bone and brain cells in the lab, has created a library of 'immortalised' cells to help other companies develop new drugs.
Local Euro MP Andrew Duff is fighting to keep ink cartridges refillable.
By David Oliver, East Anglian regional director for Schroeder & Co
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Housing issues in East Anglia are on the agenda as the Eastern Branch of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) meets in Cambridge today and tomorrow (10 and 11 April).
Today we are surrounded by colour printed images - from the pages of magazines to the humble baked beans tin - but there was a time when such images were an expensive luxury, available only to a wealthy elite.
Nortel Networks has issued a profits warning a week ahead of announcing results.
Gadget-crazy tech-heads will be responsible for a big rise in sales of so-called 'smartphones' over the next few years.
More than 70 per cent of tech chiefs have been told to reduce IT budgets.