Computer name tussle heads for High Court
A protracted dispute over trademarks between listed
technology company Advantage Group and
Palmerston North-based Advantage Computers
remains headed for the High Court...
Internet inertia leads to job losses
Wilson & Horton, publisher of the New Zealand
Herald, is laying off about 10 workers from its W&H
Interactive division, blaming the market's slow uptake
of internet products...
NZ leads world in IT spending as percentage of GDP
A global study of spending on hardware,
software and other technology items, including
wages for IT workers, shows New Zealand
leads the world in IT spending as a percentage
Report finds risk but supports Carnivore email surveillance
The Illinois Institute of Technology released its analysis of the FBI's controversial
email surveillance system Tuesday, concluding that Carnivore "does not provide protections,
especially audit functions, commensurate with the level of the risks."...
eBay API Gets Put On The Block
Going once. Going twice. EBay is offering developers
the ability host auctions on their own sites -- but there
are security and privacy issues, some analysts said...
EMusic Software to Hinder Napster Use
Internet music company EMusic Inc. said on Tuesday it will start using new
technology designed to hamper distribution of its songs over the controversial
song-swapping service Napster...
Click Here to Buy Nothing
Friday isn't just the busiest U.S. shopping day of
the year. It's also international Buy Nothing Day,
which, thanks in part to the Web, will be observed
in more than 40 countries this year...
The Furor Over Web Disclosure
Is it OK to post the name of a sex offender online?
What about quacks and free-spending political
lobbyists? Government institutions big and small
continue to grapple with the issue...