New Zealand's latest second level domain (2LD) .geek.nz has passed its final hurdle, being voted in by the council of InternetNZ on Friday.
In an effort to provide .Net developers with a virtual collaborative community environment, Microsoft took the sheet off GotDotNet Workspaces 1.0 last week.
The use of physical copyright protection technology on compact discs has again created controversy – this time creating headaches for retailers and customers of a PC game distributed in Australia by Atari.
Microsoft’s “shared source” scheme, a response to the growing popularity of open source software, is a “Faustian bargain”, says lawyer Craig Horrocks.
An internet lobbyist group is reminding telcos that ideas of acceptable use apply to mobile phones as well.
While New Zealand's decision to create a new second level domain (2LD) in the form of .geek.nz looks likely to go ahead, its actual implementation may be delayed until much later in the year.
Plaintiffs in the U.S. government's antitrust case against Microsoft expressed concern Thursday that the software giant was not fully complying with provisions of its settlement agreement, threatening to make the core of the decree "prematurely obsol...
After more than three weeks of discussions, negotiators at an international radio frequency conference have agreed to allocate additional spectrum to the increasingly popular wireless LAN (WLAN) Internet technology.
Dell Computer has dropped a federally-owned company that employed prison laborers as the provider of its consumer PC and printer recycling programs.
Optus has confirmed that OptusNet cable customers on 5GB and 10GB plans will have their subscription prices reduced from August 1.
A Web site passing off as the ANZ bank’s official site was closed down by Australian and US police this morning following an e-mail scam asking ANZ bank customers to reactivate their online accounts.
Connexion by Boeing, the wireless Internet system designed by The Boeing Co. to provide passengers with in-flight communication service, has climbed aboard another airline.
Toshiba Corp. introduced a new wireless server for small and medium-sized businesses this week, saying it offers full network capabilities with a reduced need for IT support.
Graphics chip maker ATI Technologies Inc. has extended a patent cross-licensing deal with Intel Corp., and has also secured rights to build integrated graphics chips that will work with Intel's Pentium 4 800MHz front side bus.
One day after news broke about an online contest for malicious hackers, the Web site set up for the contest is offline and security experts are casting doubt on the severity of the threat posed by the contest.
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