Tide of Web porn sweeps country
Customs officials are powerless to stop horrific electronic
images - such as baby rapes and the sexual torture of
children - being imported...
Report takes stock of digital divide
A government report on the "digital divide" is heavy on
"stocktaking" of what has been done so far in terms of policy.
The moves towards policy, however, are preliminary...
Telecom New Zealand's next generation internet infrastructure completed
Telecom New Zealand has implemented a Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)
network to support its fibre optic backbone...
Hackers to release software to open net to China, Cuba and Iran
An international group of computer programmers plans to release software to
bypass Internet restrictions imposed by countries such as China, Cuba and
Iran, one of the programmers said yesterday...
Napster Hires Hatch Judiciary Committee Adviser
Gearing up for what is turning out to be a hot debate in Congress over copyrights in
cyberspace, Napster Inc., maker of the wildly popular and controversial song-swap
service, said on Thursday it hired a chief counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee to
spearhead its strategy on legislative policy issues...
Magnetic Memory Could Herald 'Instant-On' PCs
Machines Corp. is taking its latest research product out
of the lab and onto the market with a new memory
technology that, if successful, could change the industry...
Analyst trims forecast for Microsoft
Citing the "preponderance of evidence" of sluggish PC demand, Goldman
Sachs reduced its sales and earnings targets for Microsoft on Thursday while
maintaining a rating of "market outperform" on the stock...
Shoppers Seek Best of Both Worlds
This year, online shoppers aren't flocking to
online-only stores -- consumers are opting instead
to visit sites tied to brick-and-mortar retailers...