Telecom New Zealand has seconded its Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe to lead its bid to participate in ultra fast broadband.
The people at Google knew the latest version of their Chrome browser rendered pages fast, but how fast?
EBay Incorporated yesterday said it expects to remain a "significant" shareholder after spinning off its internet communications service Skype.
The entertainment industry has won round one in a legal battle against file-sharing hub The Pirate Bay, with guilty verdicts and one-year prison sentences handed down to four men accused of running and financing the popular site.
If indeed a new era of global responsibility has come into being with measures that actually restrain banks and isolate tax havens, it may be time for the planet's dominant economic powers to focus on the destructive, anti-civic forces of the internet.
Logging on in Lawrence has never been easier with the town's cafes and restaurants being fitted out with computers so more visitors can enter cyberspace.
Yahoo Inc. will lay off nearly 700 workers after getting off to a bumpy start under a tough-talking new boss who has promised to engineer a long-awaited turnaround at one of the Internet's best-known franchises.
Armed with little more than the iPod and tunes downsized into the meekest of digital audio files, Apple overthrew the music distribution industry.
It would be a fair guess that the four men behind The Pirate Bay file-sharing website were surprised they ended up with a prison sentence after being found guilty of breaking copyright laws.
The Government says it expects to be able to meet its goal of connecting homes to ultra-fast broadband, despite Labour producing a report which says it would cost much more than original estimates.
Apple has a history of making things without features many people consider essential.
The Windows 7 operating system is due to arrive officially in New Zealand by Christmas which, according to Microsoft New Zealand's Ben Green, means in the last three months of the year.
He's one of the most popular users on Twitter. More than 500,000 follow his growing celebrity, his every adventure and, well, his cat naps.
Symantec, Opera and Microsoft caught the attention of Mack-Line last week with some announcements that on one hand perplexed and on the other delighted.
Apple has slashed the entry price for an iPhone in half and rolled out laptops for $US300 less than previous models today, the company's first dramatic price cuts since the recession began a year and a half ago.
It had to happen, and politicians around the world should take note of a phenomenon that might take on in a place other than Sweden.
It's winter. There's a recession. Stay indoors and watch a movie. Shane Gilchrist steps into the murky world of home theatre.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back online and not be invited to join obscure social network sites - be blinking warned.
People around me complained loud and long last week about the slowness of the internet.
Lee Richman installs high-end home theatre systems that can cost as much as $US170,000. Lately, he's noticed that some of his clients - or their interior designers - are perking up when they hear about ultra-slim TV sets, which come off the wall only about an inch.