Plenty of answers, but not enough ideas
Attendees at the government's e-commerce
summit went looking for ideas and answers.
Most appear to have come away with plenty of
the latter, but perhaps not enough of the
E-verdict: slow, timid, but a promising start
The Government needs more aggression in setting
and achieving measurable e-commerce goals...
Ericsson's move lifts confidence
Ericsson's decision to base a high-tech mobile
internet applications research centre in New Zealand
is a welcome salve after Motorola's choice of
Australia to site a similar facility...
Can Napster Secure SDMI?
Napster's deal with Bertelsmann could energize the
struggling Secure Digital Music Initiative. The company
that made its name by helping users get their music for
free is just the thing the recording industry's secure
Dot-com troubles spin revolving door for tech workers
Reports about the death of the digital economy have been
Tax woes hit PlayStation2
Sony Corp. complained Thursday that Britain is unfairly
charging duty on its key new product, the PlayStation2, and the Japanese firm
said it would seek to have the ruling overturned...
IBM Sells Largest Commercial Linux System
IBM Corp. said Thursday that a
leading Japanese convenience store chain will install
more than 15,000 IBM computers running Linux to
allow for Web access in stores...
Review: Drudge, as in Sludge
Matt Drudge's impact on Internet journalism is
significant, and may reshape the way news is gathered
and presented. It's a hell of a story that, unfortunately,
gets garbled in the self-aggrandizing Drudge Manifesto...