SkyTV buys OnSite Broadcasting
In this World Wide Wrap: SkyTV buys OnSite Broadcasting, calls for BBC digital radio coverage, and Drishti releases voice broadcasting tech.
Mozilla pushes Firefox 4
In this World Wide Wrap: Mozilla pushes Firefox 4, YouTube unveils HTML5 mobile site, and Aestiva opens IDE.
Symbian releases PDK 3.0
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.
US workers go mobile
In this World Wide Wrap: US workers go mobile, Seagate unveils 3TB external drive, and Ikon migrates to Equivios tech.
MS to cut jobs
In this World Wide Wrap: MS to cut jobs, Chunghwa Telecom and Inventec offer trial, and ICO issues cloud data protection guide.
ITSM a recession buster
As threats of a 'double-dip' loom, companies need to prepare for a possible second recession, say analysts.
Apple bans developer from iTunes
In today's technology roundup: Apple bans developer from iTunes, Opera updates Opera Mini, Facebook privacy under fire, and IBM, EU establish consortium.
Vendors block ATM hack demo
In this World Wide Wrap: Vendors block ATM hack demo, BSA awarded $3.3m settlement, and MS clamps down on UK piracy.
Canon targets govt for growth
In this World Wide Wrap: Canon targets govt for growth, HP eyes smartphone printing, and EFI acquires Radius Solutions.
Review: Samsung makes waves
The company's Wave smartphone is its first to feature the new Bada operating system.
Researchers disclose zero-day bug
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.