Trademark WAP names for sale, says NZ man
A local man who has registered WAP-related
domain names including the trademarks of
leading New Zealand companies says the
names are for sale to all comers...
Ihug: back in bidding but not counting out further legal action
Ihug will be back bidding when the government
radio spectrum auction resumes today, but is
reserving its right to resume court action...
E-Phone has new allies
Listed telecommunications company E-Phone has
entered a strategic alliance with two information
technology giants - NCR and Hewlett Packard - to
attack the public internet terminal and kiosk market...
WorldCom outage highlights Net bottleneck concerns
One of the few points that connect the Internet's
hundreds of networks was crippled for much of this
week, forcing massive amounts of Internet traffic to shy
away from the WorldCom-owned facility...
Suisse files Web libel suit
Credit Suisse First Boston filed a
lawsuit on Wednesday alleging that 11
people posted bogus messages on a
Yahoo! Inc. message board slandering
a Credit Suisse analyst and illegally
copying the analyst's research...
AT&T's new wireless Net
The wireless division of long-distance
giant AT&T is rolling out a new form of
high-speed Internet access that will
compete with Digital Subscriber Lines
and cable modems, and also enable
AT&T to supply telephone service to
consumers' homes without having to
pay an access fee to the incumbent
local telephone company...
Payment System Adds Fraud Protection for Visa
A new payment system for online transactions
announced Wednesday by Visa and Trintech Group is
expected to lower the cost of online transactions for
merchants that accept Visa and will provide the
credit-card company with a greater level of fraud
Dot-Coms Ditch the 'Dot-Com' Suffix
With the easy money glory days fast receding for dot-com start-ups, what's a
self-respecting dot-commer to do?...