Tighten belts: the pain has just begun
The pain for Australia's new breed of
consumer-focused internet stocks is likely to worsen as thir
limited cash reserves allow them little scope
to capture new customers and retain existing ones...
Health ID privacy fears
PROPOSALS for an Australia Card-like ID number linked to
electronically stored personal medical records have sparked
fears among consumer and privacy groups...
Privacy powers "flawed"
AUSTRALIA's privacy regime lacked the power to tackle the
widespread and deliberate abuse of personal information on
the internet, an industry expert has warned...
AOL Australia offers flat-rate Net access
With AAPT on board, the ISP has announced its first flat-rate pricing plan...
Intel Releases Faster Pentium III
Intel made good on its promise to up the ante in the
gigahertz race Monday, unveiling a 1.13-GHz Pentium
III. But it's sticking to past practice in releasing the chip
in only "limited quantities."...
Publisher Random House Tests Digital Waters
Random House Inc., the biggest English-language book publisher, said on Monday it
launched a unit for electronic books, joining other publishers exploring the new digital
Avon Pursuing Online Sales Strategy
The Avon lady is still calling, but she's not going door to door. She's e-mailing....
Motorola sues over eBay auctions
The communications giant
wants to put a stop to auctions of software used to
program two-way radios...