Retailer stops net credit
ONE of Australia's largest retailers, Harvey Norman, will stop
accepting credit cards for online payments at its internet site
to eliminate fraud and allay consumer security fears...
SOCOG site 'inaccessible'
The Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games
could face a class action following the Olympics
over the inaccessibility of its website to the visually
impaired, a blind activist has warned....
FBI warns of Olympic hack peril
THE FBI has warned Australia could become the target of
radical hackers intent on shutting down websites and internet
infrastructure ahead of the Olympics and the World
Economic Forum meeting...
Commonwealth Bank in $500 million tech deal
The bank has contracted Telecom New Zealand to streamline its
Analyst holds gloomy outlook for Yahoo
A growing list of Wall Street analysts certainly thinks so. Many analysts are buckling their seat belts
for next quarter, when a predicted revenue slowdown could finally show its face in Yahoo's earnings
U.S. Online Users Shun '.us' Names
Americans, it seems, prefer any other identity but their
MP3.com exec singing a new tune
In court this week, MP3.com's Michael
Robertson is nevertheless embracing the recording
companies he once ...
By 2002, Internet will have created 10 million jobs in U.S. and Europe, study says
The "Internet economy" will employ more than 10 million in the United States
and Europe by 2002 and generate $1.8 trillion in revenues, a study released