Travel.co.nz launches aggressive corporate offering
Online travel agency travel.co.nz is promising
to "infuriate" its competition with its new
corporate travel service, 'connect'...
Judge Jackson Gives More Time
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, requesting additional filings
from both sides, will take a few more days than expected to
rule on what punishments Microsoft will bear in its anti-trust
Judge sides with Yahoo in credit card dispute
Yahoo convinced a federal judge to lift a temporary restraining order barring the
Internet portal from blocking the email account of a subscriber who refused to provide his
credit card number...
Tech upstarts get the boot
Just three months after its biggest-ever
shake-up, London's benchmark FTSE
100 index is set for another major
transformation, with a handful of
technology upstarts likely to be ejected
from the index, reflecting the woes of
the "new economy"...
New Linux kernel a little closer to release
The Linux community passed another milestone in the development of the next
version of the Linux operating system this week, but in a way that would make
Web security goes nuclear
Britain's Ministry of Defense is offloading
Cold War-era nuclear bunkers ... and Net companies
are snapping them up....
Egypt Dismisses Net Divorce Case
An Egyptian court has refused to uphold a divorce notice sent by a Muslim man to his wife by e-mail, saying
Islamic laws cannot be interpreted to accept electronic documents as evidence, court officials said Thursday...