E-commerce faces patent threat
New Zealand companies wanting to conduct e-business overseas
could end up paying royalties to a US inventor...
NZ group vaults Olympic peaks
New Zealand may be languishing near the bottom of the
Olympics medals tally, but Wellington-based IT
company Compudigm International is already counting
the Sydney Olympics as a huge victory...
Commerce Commission warns on SkyBiz Web scheme
The Commerce Commission is warning people against joining a Web
site sales scheme saying that it could be pyramid selling...
Pirates Invade Book Publishing
A website that offered links to free downloads of entire texts of
copyrighted books by famous authors has changed its homepage
and is denying it ever existed. But the question remains: What
can the publishing industry do about this Napster-ization of
Palm Virus Hits, But Don't Worry
The first-ever documented virus that affects most popular
handheld devices has been released, but it's not in the wild, at
least for the time being...
Pentium 4 to debut next month
Intel will release the Pentium 4 on Oct. 30, according to sources close to the company--not a
moment too soon for the battered chipmaker...
Web writers kept on Olympics sidelines
Since the advent of online journalism, not one Web reporter has been allowed to cover an official Olympic event.
This year, it turns out, will be no different...
[US] Government debuts all-in-one Web site
Want to track your Social Security benefits? Need to apply for a federal
student loan? Having trouble surfing the Internet to find the nearest veterans hospital? Want to
reserve a campsite at a national park?...