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New Zealand

4  Iguana monsters for Solution 6
Wellington developer Iguana Information Systems is behind the new sharemarket information site launched by Australia's Solution 6: StockNessMonster.com...
IDG NZ

4  Capacity boom not enough
DEMAND for bandwidth in Australia and New Zealand is expected to outstrip supply within five years, according to The Yankee Group...
Australian IT

4  Canny bidding puts auction into reverse
Just when you thought it was safe to take an eye off the Government's three-month-old radio spectrum auction, up pops a day of confusing bidding that unveils another flaw in the process...
NZ Herald

Other

4  The Whole Pravda and Nothing But
Pravda, Russia's best-known newspaper, is an icon of Cold War-era communism. Now, a new incarnation is embracing the Internet age, and in English, too...
Wired

4  Madonna Gets Back Her Good Name
The Material Girl wins her case against New York cybersquatter Dan Parisi, who was the first to register madonna.com...
Wired

4  Catchy domain names lose their luster
Pat Patten vividly remembers negotiating for the domain name Jewelry.com in October 1999, before the launch of his online jewelry site. Although he and his partners had purchased Netjewelry.com as a backup, he really wanted "jewelry."...
CNet

4  Dot-Coms Find Homes Outside The Valley
Location, location, location. There was only one to dot-coms not so long ago: Silicon Valley. But that's changing...
TechWeb

4  UK Business Defends Email 'Snooping' Rights
British business leaders complained on Monday that their hard-won right to read staff emails and listen to phone calls was being undermined by a new government watchdog...
Yahoo

Australia

4  Newsagents network in disarray
A two-year project by the Australian Newsagents' Federation and magazine publishers and distributors to set up a common national electronic commerce network for the industry has deteriorated into a bunfight...
AFR

4  No sale leaves Zivo in limbo
THE future of web development shop Zivo remained unclear last night after the deadline for approaches from potential acquirers came and went without word from its owner, troubled internet investment house LibertyOne...
Australian IT

4  Patent madness could create global ecommerce tax
A proposal to tax all international transactions online could have a dangerous impact on Australian businesses, a Newswire special investigation reveals...
Fairfax

4  Sony launches Crusoe-based laptop
Sony's VAIO GT features the Transmeta chip and is a camcorder/PC hybrid -- designed to record and broadcast video clips...
ZDNet

Other

4  Doctors get X-rays on the web
A leading British hospital has introduced internet technology that could revolutionise the way patients are diagnosed and treated...
BBC

4  Growing pains slow Linux cycle
PT The increasing popularity of Linux is starting to take its toll on the OS -- most notably in lengthy delays in kernel updates and releases...
ZDNet

4  Dot-Calming Down
With stock market riches no longer a sure thing, tech workers are cutting out the wild parties, cutting down on the 100-hour weeks and negotiating for not stock options but salary...
ABCNews

4  Hacker Contest Won't End Music Debate
About a month ago, a coalition of record industry and technology companies challenged computer hackers around the world to try to crack six programs designed to keep digital music out of the hands of pirates...
SFGate