Panacea for Perfect Government
The internet will change the way
government operates, make New Zealand
more attractive to people and business,
and improve our global image and
reputation as an information society, says
State Services Minister Trevor Mallard...
Banks seek to control internet sites
An application to dictate terms on domain
names is likely to be a test case for many other
Website register spamming leads to e-mail trouble
A New Zealander caught up in a speculative internet
domain registration scheme regrets sending out
"spam" e-mail to advise others he thought might be
How Y2K Bugged Microsoft
The year 2000 was the worst of times for the
software behemoth, and according to analysts
2001 isn't looking too hot, either...
Asian Net companies face tough times through next year
If Asia's Internet euphoria was brief but intense, the sector's pain will linger through 2001 and
beyond as cash-poor companies are sold or go bust...
3DFX to close shop
Computer graphics chip maker 3dfx Interactive Inc. said
Friday it would sell most of its assets, cut its work force, and ultimately
dissolve the company, after being hit by a significant slowdown...
Net Penetrates More Than Half The U.S
More than half of U.S. households now have Internet
access, an Internet ratings report said Monday. And the
attention span of cyberusers is lengthening...
Happy Holidays ... You're Fired
It's a pink (slip) Christmas for many
ex-dot-commers. Loved ones probably shouldn't
expect another Ferrari under the tree...