Ihug promises statement today
Ihug is promising an official statement today,
after a meeting of all its Auckland staff was
canned yesterday after TV crews were tipped
NZ leads region in IT use and productivity
The current stellar performance of the US dollar is just
the latest confirmation that knowledge and the
effective use of IT have become the principal drivers of
growth in the new economy...
Just do it, says IT Investment
A representative of IT Investment Networks is
pitching its forum next month as an event "for
those who actually want to do something about
our knowledge economy."...
Online bankingcaptures Kiwis
While usage patterns for major global and local
internet sites remain relatively stable, activity at
specialised sites indicates key shifts as New
Zealanders continue to change the way they use the
The Net's $1 Billion Giveaway
An email marketing company in search of publicity offers $1 billion
to whoever wins the top prize in its sweepstakes. The odds of
anyone claiming $1 billion, though, are very, very, very close to
Fear of a Pay-Per-Use World
Legal experts say the Digital Millennium Copyright Act gives too
much power to copyright owners. Should they control the use of
legally purchased books, movies and songs? A legal analysis...
IBM expands Red Hat use for servers
The top distributor of Linux operating system software says the computer maker's new server and mainframe
computers will run its popular version of Linux...
Dreamcast sales climb on eve of troubled PlayStation 2 launch
Game players and retailers may be frustrated by the expected shortages of Sony's upcoming
PlayStation 2 console, but at least one party is benefiting: Sega...