Free Net access docks in Sydney
IBM has moored a large pontoon in Darling Harbour offering free Internet
access for the duration of the Olympics...
Wayne's World belongs in Tomorrowland
HIS name is Bos, Wayne Bos, and those who put their faith
in the renowned dotcom deal-maker are praying that
tomorrow never dies...
Telstra to consider its options
D-day has arrived for Suausage Software, with Telstra
to decide if it will exercise the first in a series of
options, which would take its total holding to about
20pc of the expanded capital...
Surfboard contractors' future in doubt
MINING and e-commerce company Surfboard has put most
of its workers on notice that they might be asked to leave
within the next 30 days...
SafetyTips.com Unit Buys APBnews.com for $575,000
The fate of crime news Internet site APBnews.com was finally determined Thursday
after SafetyTips.com Inc. bought the assets of APB Online Inc. for $575,000 cash...
Web vandal strikes again for Napster
With the equivalent of digital graffiti, one
vandal protests the music industry's lawsuit against
Microsoft's surgical strike team
Their job is to watch the Linux, Unix and
NetWare competition. But some rivals claim that
spreading FUD is part of Doug Miller & Co.'s job, too...
MP3.com decision a misguided one
I'm not usually in the business of second-guessing a federal judge,
but U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff's order that MP3.com (MPPP)
pay $118,000 ($25,000 per CD) to Universal Music strikes me