Ten positions for digital TV and Internet
The third-ranked commercial television network is pumping funds
into new media to catch up to its main rivals...
Giants fall in Great Tech Wreck II
MASS selling of US new economy giants has sparked falls in
local technology stocks to fresh 12-month lows in what is
being billed as the second Great Tech Wreck of 2000...
Inquiry puts Telstra sell-off on hold
THE full sale of Telstra has been put on hold by the National
Party after the federal Government's own inquiry into
telephone services found rural and remote Australia could not
get an adequate basic phone service, affordable mobile phone
coverage or reliable internet access...
'Racist' Web site sparks free speech debate
The freedom of speech debate is hotting up
downunder, with an Australian-based Web site being
told to take down racist, offensive material relating to
Sex Sites Teach Mainstream Web Shops
The dress code and business cards in the adult entertainment industry may be tacky,
but Internet start-ups should not be put off by appearances and pay close attention to
lessons learned by porn Web sites...
Boo's Coming Back, But in Name Only
Just as many European e-commerce companies start looking ever sicklier, Boo.com, the
most spectacular fatality to date, is coming back to life....
Sony adds bite (and camera) to robo dog
The ERS-210 has a camera in its nose,
recognizes commands, and displays emotions -- at a
lower price tag than its parent, Aibo...
Media World Spells Doom for Video, Music on Web
Video and music on the Internet are spreading like wildfire, but entrepreneurs with
plans for Internet media should not expect any funding for the next few years, bankers
and analysts said on Thursday...