R&D grants sizzle
When you've nearly $12 million to give away it
seems everyone's your friend - Technology
New Zealand's grants programme is a hit...
Hi-tech left out of Anderton's industry board
Industry New Zealand doesn't need anyone from the technology
industry on its board...
Tech revolution 'hurting farmers'
The so-called technological revolution is discriminating
against rural New Zealand, says Federated Farmers
chief executive Tony St Clair...
Laid-Off Dot-Commer? Let's Party
Startups that die are leaving plenty of once-starry-eyed
employees dazed, confused ... and out of work. In Manhattan,
the pink-slip party is becoming quite the trendy thing...
Study: Napster Use Isn't Stealing
Hey, RIAA, stay out of our downloads. That's the sentiment a
new nonprofit study found among Americans. But the courts
might have something else to say...
Intel cancels its Timna chip
Intel cancels the Timna processor, a long-delayed chip for the budget market--the
latest surprise in a long, sour month for the semiconductor giant...
ICANN may consider domain name for children
San Diego father Page Howe is looking to build a children's playground on the Net by applying for
a new Internet address system that ends with ".kids."...
Apple at the crossroads
Apple Computer, long an orphan in a world dominated
by IBM-compatible personal computers, stands at a crossroads...