BMG Australia puts music on Web
The record company has agreed to offer 14 "promotional" songs
from Australian artists for free download over the Internet...
Teachers denied Net access
Most teachers are forced to resort to the school library or
administration office to access the Internet, according to a survey by
One.Tel pulls out of race
ONE.TEL has pulled out of the federal Government's auction
of mobile phone licences next year putting in serious
jeopardy the Howard Government's 2001 Budget forecasts...
Trend-setter out of step with net fashion
Remo Giuffri is a man unused to being on the wrong side of a
fashion trend. The founder of the ultra-hip REMO General Store
Giuffri helped define Australian retail fashion in the 1990s. Now
he wants to recreate his REMO store on the net, but so far
funding has eluded him...
New flare-up in battle over e-books
It's writers vs. publishers, even in the brave new
electronic book world. And it's publishers vs. publishers
when it comes to e-book business models...
Yahoo!'s groundbreaking election site
The site is offering complete coverage with
real-time returns and streaming video from voting
European Coffee Machine Will Send Its Own E-Mail
Coffee has always been an integral part of the Internet
revolution -- and never more so than Tuesday this week when European
coffee company Lavazza and technology supplier eDevice launched a coffee
machine that sends e-mail...
Hacker Pleads Guilty to Invading JPL, Stanford Computers
A 20-year-old hacker who seized control of sensitive
computer programs at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena
and at Stanford University pleaded guilty to federal charges