TNZ cable kicks off bandwidth explosion
Australasia's first taste of the bandwidth explosion that will drive early 21st
century internet growth arrives this Wednesday, courtesy of the 30,500 kilometre
Southern Cross cable connecting Australia and New Zealand to the heart of the
web, the American western seaboard...
More setbacks in store for Sausage
High executive turnover and internal conflict could see Sausage
Software heading for trouble, according to one analyst...
Melbourne IT to seek funds over domain name bids
Melbourne IT, the fallen angel of the internet domain names world, signalled on
Sunday that it would ask the market for a cash injection if its quest for registry
rights over new top-level domain names succeeded...
Telstra back in the ring over pricing
In the latest chapter concerning
competition in the telecommunications
sector, Telstra is opposing the
dominant view that price controls
should end quickly...
Failed Dot-Coms Hawk Their Golden URLs
Way back in November 1999, getting the perfect name -
short, intuitive, generic - was believed to be the key to
traffic, e-customers and riches. The sale of drugs.com set
many an armchair entrepreneur salivating...
Microsoft extends Hotmail's ties to IE
Microsoft has made some concessions to users of Netscape's
Navigator, but Linux users are getting short shrif...
Forwarded e-mails clog the Internet
When relatives or friends make the leap into cyberspace, Jane Black, 27, braces for
the inevitable. Internet neophytes eventually discover how to forward e-mail, and
Black is swamped with the same hoary jokes...
IBM's high-rez screen is paper perfect
Big Blue claims its high-definition flat-panel display
reads like the printed page. But it won't be available to
consumers for five more years...