Dollar-saving plan flushes out hacker
When Christchurch-based Xtra user
Donna Brydon switched her internet plan
from a flat-rate account to an
hourly-charge rate last June she thought
she would save money. But making the
Bank aims to protect online shoppers
The Bank of New Zealand has updated its credit card
services to make them more relevant and safer when
used in the Net world. The bank has developed NetPledge
and NetPromise, written commitments to protect
cardholders’ interests online...
Auckland firm in on Flash 5
When Macromedia launches version 5 of its
Flash software next month, it will come
bundled with art from Auckland firm Inkspot
MP3.com: Four Down, One to Go
MP3.com settled its copyright infringement suit with
Sony, leaving the Universal Music Group as the lone
Napster parody pulled under pressure from Warner Bros.
The record company whacks a Web cartoon that pokes fun at the file-swapping service and Time
Warner's popular cable show "The Sopranos."...
Fans volunteer extra cash for Stephen King serial
The author is considering making future installments of his online novel longer--and more expensive--as
fans send extra cash to make up for readers who download installments without paying...
Some countries being left behind in e-commerce
Some nations are falling behind
as the world becomes increasingly reliant
on information technology and
e-commerce, according to a consultant
group headed by the former leaders of
the International Y2K Cooperation
AOL Gets Most Visits; Napster Moves Into Top 50
America Online Inc. held onto the No. 1 spot on the list
of top 50 U.S. digital media and Web properties in July
while song-swap company Napster Inc. broke into the
top 50, Media Metrix Inc. said Tuesday...