Spectrum auction breaks the $50m barrier
The Government's faltering radio spectrum auction
finally cracked the $50 million mark yesterday, and then
slowed its pace with another clear round....
E-tailers must tread carefully, says Commerce Commission
Fresh warnings were given yesterday to local
e-tailers that they cannot make misleading
claims, after the Auckland District Court fined
a phone retailer $7,000 for breaching the Fair
Aoraki ups Indian presence
Christchurch e-commerce software company Aoraki Corporation and
India's Capital Technologies have formed a sales partnership...
Amazon Dumps Yahoo
Amazon decides not to renew advertising partnership with Yahoo...
The Other Side From Down Under
Ian Thorpe, blah blah blah. Jenny Thompson, yada yada yada.
There's plenty of important news coming from the Olympics these
days, and there are all kinds of alternative websites reporting it...
Texas Instruments cuts estimates for cell phone market
Texas Instruments today cut its growth outlook for the worldwide wireless handset
market, which follows a recent trend among cell phone equipment makers...
Techies entertained by little men, big goals
They are probably the most overworked and underpaid 26 members of any technology
company--whipsawed between rival factions, spun senseless from overuse, dizzy after
Piracy to hurt music firms
More than $3 billion in lost revenue will
slip through the hands of major
recording labels by 2005, due to artists
independently distributing their tunes
and through online song sharing,
through such programs as Napster,
according to a study released on