Eforce goes B2B
E-business company Eforce is carrying
through on hints earlier this year that it would
be moving in the business-to-business
direction and away from
WAP trading put on hold in NZ
The New Zealand Stock Exchange has postponed WAP trading
while it discusses a possible merger with the Australian Stock Exchange...
Motorola shock for Christchurch
Christchurch has lost the fight to secure Motorola's
multimillion-dollar research plant but apparently has not
been altogether ruled out as a future destination for the
global technology giant...
Bezos: What, Us Worry?
Amazon.com's founder and CEO rejects analysts fears,
saying his company has plenty of money and resources
to weather its current economic storm...
Latest Olympic game: the race to prevent Webcasts
Officials will be sprinting after renegade broadcasters who attempt to deliver video of the Summer Games
illegally over the Internet...
Auctions No. 1 Net fraud
Online auctions are the No. 1 source of fraud on the
Internet, according to a nationwide FBI tally...
PluggedIn: Mobile Homes Hit Silicon Valley
Incomes are among the highest in the nation, millionaires are often regarded as middle
class and the housing market here in Silicon Valley is exploding with demand for
spanking new, spacious ... mobile homes?...
Dow Jones Wins Internet Site Rights
Dow Jones and Co. Inc., the publisher of The Wall Street Journal, won control of an
Internet address under a procedure aimed at preventing ``cybersquatting,'' a U.N.
agency said Monday...