Online marketing not hit and hope
Nasdaq fortunes may dip and spike, but there seems to
be no shortage of online gurus offering e-marketing
Digital pullout spoils boom year for TVNZ
A decision to write off nearly $13 million from its aborted
foray into digital television has marred an otherwise
bumper year for Television New Zealand...
Kiwi lingerie site expands
Lingerie online is apparently doing fine and is nowhere
near going, er, bust. Internet-based company
JenniferAnn.com, which sells lingerie, perfume and
handbags online to the world, is growing and has taken
on more staff...
Windows ME Bugged by Flaw
Computers running the Web TV for Windows program can be
hacked into from the Internet. The problem existed in Windows
98, and has not been corrected in Windows ME...
Canada's Kids at Risk, Too
The Canadian government wants to enact legislation to protect
children from exposure to sex and violence on the Internet and in
Microsoft adjusts sign-on feature to patch Windows 2000
The software giant says it will release a software patch to fix a hole in its Windows 2000 operating system that
could leak usernames and passwords to unauthorized individuals...
Many e-tailers dodge phone calls to cut costs
Yobie Benjamin needed to send a friend some money. So, like many Internet executives
bullish about online commerce, he thought he'd try an unfamiliar yet promising new Web
service to do it...
Polling company drops spam suit against ISPs
N.Y.--A polling company has withdrawn a lawsuit that accused several Internet
service providers of blocking correspondence with as many as 2.7 million of its 6.6 million