Newswire site closed
The Australian Consolidated Press-owned internet news website,
newswire.com.au, closed down on Thursday amid criticisms by staff from ACP's
more high-profile site, ninemsn...
Telstra not 'routed' by lack of satellites
Australia’s biggest ISP has defended
criticism that it did not have an
adequate satellite network to cope with
the week’s underwater shenanigans...
Skip to Your Loo With GPS
You're in the middle of Australia and you've just
gotta go. But where? A new government-backed
plan is mapping all the country's public restrooms
and putting them online, so all you'll have to do is
log on to find instant relief...
Net back-ups reviewed after cable breakdown
The danger of skimping on backup systems has been
highlighted in the wake of a close encounter between a ship
and a 4cm piece of undersea cable that, five days later, is still
affecting worldwide e-commerce...
Sydney Opera House Wins Cybersquatting Case
Sydney Opera House, one of the busiest performing arts centers in the world, has won
its case against an alleged cybersquatter, the United Nations copyright protection
agency said on Thursday...
Report: FBI could abuse Carnivore
A [US] government-funded report says that the
FBI's Internet surveillance system works as
advertised, but warns that Carnivore could be
Napster to EMusic: We're watching you!
CEO Hank Barry says EMusic's 'acoustic fingerprint'
software isn't feasible and may also violate Napster's
New phones 'too primitive to profit'
A gap in the technology for third generation
mobiles could leave operators struggling to
justify their huge spending on airwave space...