Converging on confusion
CONFUSION over internet streaming highlights the
increasing inadequacies of existing legislation in regard to
the rapidly converging internet, broadcasting and
telecommunications technologies, an IT industry group has
Dstore and Telstra to offer WAP-based shopping
Australian consumers will soon be able to use mobile phones for shopping
following a deal between electronic retailer dstore.com.au and Telstra...
Net calls for broadcasting change
The IT industry is calling for wide-sweeping changes to current
broadcasting legislation, claiming that Friday's decision that streaming
multimedia won't be classified as broadcasting doesn't go far enough...
IBM invests $23m in Sydney centre
Sydney has been selected as the location for a new IBM
Emusic offers downloads
dOnline music retailer eMusic.com Inc.
on Monday launched a
all-you-can-download music service that
will allow enthusiasts to grab their fill of
popular tunes for about $10 a month...
Napster's success a mirage?
Several startups are salivating over
Napster's quick rise to 20 million users. But will these
companies -- Napster included -- ever become viable
BBC: a byline for gullibility?
We've been trying hard not to attack other sites but it just gets too much
sometimes. And so we find it necessary to have a go at the mishmashed,
troubled and paranoid "Pixel-high privacy spy" story on the BBC's news
Web site To Show Download Sales
People who want to sell software, music, photos, written works or even advice will
have a new place to do business as of Monday - a sort of digital consignment shop on
the Internet that promises to make the most of the hot new category of ``peer-to-peer