0867 charges might come back, warns Telecom
Telecom doesn't rule out reinstating its two
cents per minute charge for Internet calls to
non-0867 numbers, despite the Commerce
Commission taking it to court over the
Telecom and the watchdog
History suggests nobody should hold their
breath for a resounding result from Telecom's
latest brush with the Commerce Commission...
Bidders wary of 'showing their hands'
Bidders predict that the Government's radio spectrum
auction still has a long way to go, despite being kept
alive by tiny bids...
Let the Games Be Streamed
Yep, virtually everything an Olympic fan could want to know
will be available on the joint NBC/Quokka website this
September ... except Games video...
Chaos Dogs Dot-Com Directories
Folks who put together directories of dot-com businesses are
finding it's nearly impossible to print anything that stays
remotely up to date. But they're still trying...
Microsoft cracks down on Internet sales of counterfeits
The software giant is taking legal action against more than 7,500 Web sites and auction sites worldwide for
selling programs the company says are counterfeit...
Yahoo, others gain domain names from U.N. rulings
U.N. arbitrators decide in favor of Yahoo, Microsoft, AT&T and Japan Tobacco in a series of rulings on
TMP posts 'monster' 2Q
TMP Worldwide, which is best known
for its Monster.com employment Web
site, reported Tuesday second-quarter
earnings that easily beat the analysts'