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New Zealand

4  Sky to offer e-mail
Sky Television's digital subscribers will soon be able to read e-mails on their televisions, says chief executive Nate Smith, checking out one of the keyboards that customers may use to send and receive e-mail from their couch...
Stuff

4  Zfree customers nearing 150,000
Clear's free Internet access company Zfree is close to racking up 150,000 subscribers...
Stuff

4  E-government aims to restore confidence
The Government aims to be a better disciplined and more demanding client to technology vendors as a result of its e-government strategy...
NZ Herald

Other

4  Safeway shoppers hit by email hoax
The supermarket chain is the latest company to suffer an Internet security breach when customers receive an email appearing to come from the chain advising them to shop elsewhere...
CNet

4  eBay problems may persist
The online auction giant continues to face technical glitches that could inconvenience customers for the next 10 days...
CNet

4  Phone Battle Brewing Between iMode And WAP
The NTT DoCoMo Mobile Communications Network is expanding its iMode data service technology beyond Japan, potentially sparking a showdown with WAP, analysts said...
TechWeb

4  Nazis, Libel, Porn -- the Web's Legal Minefield
France's attempts to stop its citizens accessing a Nazi memorabilia Web site located in the United States has shown again how nations are struggling to exercise the laws of the land in cyberspace...
Yahoo

4  Intel's Secret Chipset: Brookdale
The name of the secret chipset for Intel's Pentium 4 is Brookdale, Intel Corp. documents and an analyst have revealed...
TechWeb

Australia

4  Police swoop on pirated net CDs
THE Australian music industry waged war on piracy yesterday when Victorian police raided a Melbourne market and seized thousands of CDs containing MP3 music files downloaded from the internet...
Australian IT

4  Cashed up and ready to spend
The latest round of capital raising initiatives by technology companies on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) shows investors are still eager to feed ambitious expansion plans...
NewsWire

4  Govt moves to attract IT migrants
AUSTRALIA needs to attract more temporary skilled migrants to keep pace with the growing demands of the international IT market, according to Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock...
Australian IT

4  Now buy CDs via WAP
You know a technology has come a long way when it can be used to purchase the latest Britney Spears CD...
NewsWire

Other

4  Saudi Arabia Blocks Internet Users From Yahoo Clubs
Saudi Arabia has blocked Internet users in the kingdom from accessing clubs on Yahoo Inc which allow them to bypass firewalls set up by the conservative Gulf Arab state...
Yahoo

4  Another massive Net attack looming?
The White House, insurance companies and security vendors are bracing for the worst -- and possibly more regulation...
ZDNet

4  ICANN can't, but ICANNT can
Two groups are signing up voters locked out of the Internet governing body's election in October...
ZDNet

4  Clock Reset in French Yahoo Nazi Sales Battle
A Paris judge stopped the clock in a ground-breaking battle over who rules the Internet by ordering an inquiry into U.S. web giant Yahoo's claim that it cannot bar French web users from on-line Nazi memorabilia sales...
Yahoo