In this World Wide Wrap: SkyTV buys OnSite Broadcasting, calls for BBC digital radio coverage, and Drishti releases voice broadcasting tech.
In this World Wide Wrap: Mozilla pushes Firefox 4, YouTube unveils HTML5 mobile site, and Aestiva opens IDE.
In today's technology roundup: Symbian releases PDK 3.0, Co-op to use 3 000 virtual desktops, SCO appeals Novell case ruling, and Facebook buys NextStop.
In this World Wide Wrap: US workers go mobile, Seagate unveils 3TB external drive, and Ikon migrates to Equivios tech.
In this World Wide Wrap: MS to cut jobs, Chunghwa Telecom and Inventec offer trial, and ICO issues cloud data protection guide.
As threats of a 'double-dip' loom, companies need to prepare for a possible second recession, say analysts.
In today's technology roundup: Apple bans developer from iTunes, Opera updates Opera Mini, Facebook privacy under fire, and IBM, EU establish consortium.
In this World Wide Wrap: Vendors block ATM hack demo, BSA awarded $3.3m settlement, and MS clamps down on UK piracy.
In this World Wide Wrap: Canon targets govt for growth, HP eyes smartphone printing, and EFI acquires Radius Solutions.
The company's Wave smartphone is its first to feature the new Bada operating system.
In today's technology roundup: Researchers disclose zero-day bug, IT carbon offset scheme unveiled, Google pushes Android 2.2, and HTC sales above expectation.
In this World Wide Wrap: BSNL mulls 3G outsourcing, UK police to streamline IT outsourcing, and Aspire Outsourcing expands operations.
James Lawson is ITWeb's journalist.