UK insurer Royal & SunAlliance has reinstated three of the staff believed to have been dismissed after pornography was found on their PCs.
According to reports, the three, along with 10 others, had appealed after being sacked in December following an investigation into the discovery of a joke email featuring some of the Simpsons cartoon characters in sexual poses.
Eidos sees profit cut
Lara Croft creator Eidos has said that results for the year ended 31 December 2000 will be lower than expected owing to delays releasing new games and poor US Christmas sales.
The company had been expected to post a profit of £18.1m, down from £49.3m a year earlier. Full results are expected on 28 February.
Davos delegates get handheld help
Delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos today will be issued with Compaq iPaq wireless handheld computers to help them plan their agenda, send emails to other attendees and keep up to date with developments. Trained assistants will be on hand at the conference to ensure delegates know how to use the devices.
Student SMS sending soars
Over 75 per cent of UK university students send text messages every day, according to a survey from digital flirting company CosmicCupid. More than a third send over five messages a day.
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff
The ICO is concerned with AggregateIQ's retention and processing of data used in the Brexit referendum
Map selection, quick menus for grenades and healing items and automatic reload coming in PUBG update #22
Could be used for everything from search-and-rescue robots to wearable tech