Microsoft plugs Passport to local merchants
Microsoft's Passport authentication service -
one of the cornerstones of its .NET strategy -
will be launched in New Zealand within weeks...
Poll reveals impact of free net accounts
Just over a fifth of New Zealand web users maintain
more than one internet account, according to a survey
by Melbourne research company Red Sheriff...
NZ Post plugs in for e-commerce
"There's a natural belief that everything will go
electronic. But it's going to be a long time before we will
be able to shove matter along wires," says New Zealand
Post's general manager of electronic business, David
Top Guns Want to Probe Carnivore
A top-flight, independent group of security experts
wants to review the FBI's Carnivore surveillance
system, but at least one Justice Department official
Venture Folk Saying No to Youth
In recent years, investors have poured cash into
student and university-initiated startups. But with the
market for new dot coms drying up, investors are
getting choosier about where the money goes...
Venture capital firm shares blunders
While some investors get a sudden case of amnesia when asked of missed opportunities, one cheeky
venture capital firm has no qualms of recalling its "screwups."...
Erratic Windows Me contest site irks Web surfers
Whether caused by overwhelming traffic or a technical gaffe, Microsoft's Windows Me
sweepstakes Web site has been plagued by a series of outages that has consumers irked...
OEMs Ready To Roll On Jukeboxes For Net Audio
Audio for the Internet is jumping out of the PC and
mobile player and into the home stereo as companies
including Compaq, Creative Labs and S3 prepare a
generation of digital jukeboxes and Web audio