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New Zealand

4  Wap wars as Telecom moves in
Telecom is assessing the potential of wap (wireless application protocol) on mobile phones with an open trial using its existing CDPD (Cellular Digital Packet Data) network...
NZ Herald

4  Net at fingertips on shop counter
Advantage Group has set its sights on turning the country's estimated 70,000 Eftpos machines into internet appliances...
NZ Herald

4  NetLogic buys into digital broadcasting
Internet auction company NetLogic has bought 50 per cent of an Auckland digital broadcasting company...
Stuff

Other

4  EMI Gets Down With Downloads
The label makes a bold move by putting digital versions of 300 albums and singles from its archives on sale...
Wired

4  New Award for E-Publishers
Have you figured out a sure-bet way to use electronic publishing technology? Enter a new competition and you may be $10,000 richer...
Wired

4  Newspaper giants to buy job sites
Knight Ridder and Tribune Co. will buy CareerBuilder for $200 million and CareerPath.com for an undisclosed sum to create an Internet-based jobs venture...
CNet

4  Pay-to-surf company lays off 60
AllAdvantage.com, which offers cash to people for time spent online, becomes a victim of its own costly success...
CNet

4  Dot.com future in doubt
Don't pop the champagne just yet. Sure, Yahoo!'s quarterly report card wowed Wall Street last week, but that doesn't mean the Internet sector is back on track...
CNNfn

Australia

4  Inquiry threatens net funds
THE Labor Party has been accused of jeopardising millions of dollars of investment in the broadband industry thanks to a decision to review internet streaming...
Australian IT

4  Spike Networks flags $27m full year losses
Internet service company Spike Networks has flagged full-year losses to 30 June of $27 million...
Fairfax

4  Streaming review "ill-conceived" and "insane"
The Internet Industry Association has launched a bitter attack on government plans to legislate streaming multimedia...
NewsWire

Other

4  Jello Biafra Issues Call To Arms For Hackers
Former 'Dead Kennedy' rails against corporate control of the media and preaches hacktivism...
TechWeb

4  Analysts Wary Of MSN's Web Traffic Claims
Analysts cautioned against attaching too much importance to the claim by Microsoft on Monday that its Internet service, Microsoft Services Network (MSN), has become the No. 1 worldwide Internet destination for consumers...
TechWeb

4  U.S. Eases Rules on Encryption Exports
The United States has eased its rules on exporting encryption products to the European Union and other key trading partners in an effort to try to improve security in cyberspace and promote e-commerce, the White House said on Monday...
Yahoo

4  Hacker 'zine in court today
It's the 'Hacker Quarterly' against nine major Hollywood studios. Can 2600 'zine fend off charges of piracy and defend the ability to link?...
ZDNet

4  Web hosting: The next generation
A new generation of B2B infrastructure companies are aiming to fill in the gaps that made 'Hosting 1.0' unsatisfactory for many...
ZDNet