Telecom will today announce an alliance to bring a "world-leading" mobile internet portal to New Zealand.
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Competition in the local Web ad serving market appears set to sharply diminish with the purchase of the technology assets of Sabela Media by its US-owned competitor DoubleClick.
Telecom has walked away from the more than $A125 million it has spent so far on building a CDMA mobile network in Australia.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd. has pulled its AAPT Ltd. subsidiary out of the Australian third generation wireless (3G) spectrum auction on the eve of its launch.
New Zealand will begin on Monday an online public straw poll to decide whether to create the proposed new .bank.nz domain name.
A spate of denial of service attacks struck New Zealand ISPs, including Telecom New Zealand Ltd's Xtra, The Internet Group Ltd.'s Ihug, Asia Online Ltd. and KC Computer Services Ltd. over the weekend.
An enhanced local presence for MSN, Passport and Microsoft Corp.'s other Internet services is likely as the company works to put the beef in its .Net strategy.
Toshiba (Australia) Pty Ltd. assured customers Friday that an attack on its Australian and New Zealand websites the previous day was not an attempt at intrusion.
Legislation aimed at fostering competition in New Zealand's telecommunications market will be introduced in March or April and come into force later this year.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd. Wednesday suffered the same fate as Microsoft Corp. did recently, losing its web presence and some customer services for much of the day because of problems with its DNS servers.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd. has recorded half-yearly earnings of NZ$300 million (US$128.9 million), roughly in the middle of analysts' estimates.
WAP is splintered and should have followed Internet protocols more closely, but XML will cover a multitude of sins as the Internet extends to mobile phones, says Microsoft chairman Bill Gates.
SYDNEY (09/12/2000) - In the latest era of the Internet, Microsoft Corp. is "sort of the Netscape and the Microsoft combined", the software giant's chairman Bill Gates told a media conference here Monday.
In the new era of the Internet, Microsoft is "sort of the Netscape and the Microsoft combined", the software giant's chairman Bill Gates told a media conference in Sydney yesterday.
The beenz electronic currency is to be introduced in New Zealand by a new company whose founders met last year finishing their business degrees at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.