Stories by Ursula Seymour

Church to offer virtual service

If you are feeling in need of a bit of spiritual inspiration but getting up early on a Sunday to visit your local church all seems like a bit too much effort, then why not have the service broadcast direct to your PC so you can pray from the comfort ...

USB gets unwired

Component manufacturer Cypress is touting a new wireless standard designed to free our keyboards, mice and games controllers from their cables.

PDA future looks bleak

The continued evolution and growing sophistication of mobile means a bleak future for traditional PDAs (personal digital assistants), market research firm IDC predicts.

Kids dream of IT success

A recent survey has found that more 12-15 year olds in the UK would like to work with computers than appear on Top of the Pops.

Battle of the spying sexes

It may be 75 years since women were given the right to vote, but decades of feminism don't seem to have affected the work/life split when it comes to where men's and women's true interests lie. At least that seems to be the findings of a survey carri...

Google opens door to hackers

Hackers no longer even need to visit a website to attack it, instead they are using information from pages cached by popular search engine Google, according to a report in the New Scientist.

V-spam slammed

Spam mail could be more than just irritating, according to UK industry group The Corporate IT Forum (tif). It has identified an invidious new form of virus that is spread via junk mail to avoid antivirus and firewall systems.

Movie biz targets P-to-P pirates

Following the example of the music business the movie industry is targeting individual peer-to-peer pirates with an advertising campaign currently running in cinemas and on television across the U.S.

Serious slump in Sony sales

Japanese giant Sony has been hard hit by sluggish demand for its core products, including electronics, movies, games and music, as it announced a drop in profits of a massive 98 percent Thursday.

BA looking at broadband

British Airways PLC could follow in the footsteps of German airline Lufthansa AG following positive response to its three-month trial of in-flight broadband from Connexion by The Boeing Co. on its flights between London and New York.

PC: SimCity 4

The long-awaited successor to SimCity 3000 has finally been released and, since I unwrapped the cellophane from my review copy, I’ve found it hard to prise myself away. For any fans of the previous versions, SimCity 4 adds plenty of new features to r...

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