E-tailer links to BP for parcel pick-up
The fledgling e-tailer, wishlist.com.au, has struck a
landmark $5m deal with BP Australia to enable
customers to puck up parcels from BP petrol stations
in all major cities...
$1.1m-a day for net casinos
KERRY Packer's Publishing and Broadcasting Ltd, and other
internet gambling hopefuls, have been threatened with fines of
up to $1.1 million a day by the federal Government, which
yesterday said operators would be committing a criminal
offence if they offered new interactive gambling services...
Optus plans to win new hearts
THE discontent at News Limited and Publishing &
Broadcasting over Foxtel arose, for the most part, from the
deadlock over how to squeeze more out of Telstra's cables as
the partnership moved into an era of high-speed, content-rich,
DaytraderHQ expects IPO to close two times oversubscribed
DaytraderHQ, a membership-based Internet community set up to help small
investors trading on financial markets...
Microsoft: Win2000 sales to hit 3 million
Company also promises service pack this
summer to fix bugs and errors in Windows 2000, but it
doesn't give a release date...
Salon.com: ICANN's Double Jeopardy
Poor, poor, pitiful ICANN. Ever since Congress assigned the nonprofit the job of coordinating the
management of the domain-name system in 1998, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and
Numbers has been hammered by critics accusing it of financial missteps, heavy-handed attempts at
Net regulation and anti-democratic elitism...
Domain name reseller Afternic sues over freeze-out
What's in a name? Shakespeare asked. The Bard's answer was, implicitly,
nothing. But try telling that to an expectant mother or to an ad executive...