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Intershop Teams with French Firm to Push E-Commerce Solutions

Intershop Communications, Inc. and Cap Gemini -- a French management consulting and systems integration company -- have joined forces to push e-commerce solutions.

Major Radio Broadcasters Go After Internet Revenues

Armed with strong online sales figures, a group of public radio stations is teaming up to create a bigger, more profitable presence on the Web.

Linux Gets Certified

Sair, Inc. has introduced a "train-the-trainer" series of sessions as part of the international launch of its Sair Linux and GNU Certification program. Training sessions have recently been held in both Australia and the United States.

Oracle8i For Linux Released

Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL) this week announced the availability of its Oracle8i for Linux, a database designed specifically for the Internet that could end up being widely utilized by e-commerce operations.

GartnerGroup Warns Against Y2K Consultant Fraud

While an 'end of the world as we know it' tune is still being carried by alarmists and others warning of the possibly dire consequences of a Y2K computer glitch, GartnerGroup, Inc. (NYSE: IT) recently issued a report indicating another area of concern.

New Site Offers Kid Surfers Safe Harbor

A new Web portal says it has created a sheltered place for kids to surf the Web, in advance of rules from the Federal Trade Commission that will mandate certain online protections for children. is launching its service Wednesday with what it calls a "friendly filter" that filters out Web si...

Lycos Forms New Venture Capital Fund

Having found success for itself on the Internet-crazy stock market of the late 1990s, Lycos, Inc. (Nasdaq: LCOS) is now reaching out to help find funding for online start-up companies. The search engine operator this week founded Lycos Ventures L.P., a venture capital fund that pools money from a ha...

Circuit City Next to Take Electronics Online

Circuit City Stores, Inc. (NYSE: CC) is following the the nation's largest consumer electronics chain onto the Internet to push sales of TVs, VCRs, stereos and, fittingly, computer products. The company announced a plan to relaunch its www. site Wednesday as an online store. The Web ...

Red Hat Moves on European Linux Market

Red Hat, Inc. announced moves into the European Linux market this week. The Durham, North Carolina-based Linux vendor will work out of offices in London and Stuttgart, providing products and support.

Net-mercial Squeezes More Ads onto Internet

It may be starting to look like advertising is taking over some Web sites, with traditional ad banners and jazzy new pop-up windows with rotating marketing messages closing in on the actual content space of most pages. That has not stopped from searching for new places to squeeze in...

Online Payment Service Aims to Streamline Bill Paying Process

Does spending less time worrying about bills translate to more time to spend on spending? hopes so, as it introduces its new service to take the worry out of monthly bill payments. has launched a new online personal bill management service, allowing consumers to securel...

UK Analyst Firm Says Software Testing Tools Critical For E-Commerce

London-based Ovum, an independent research and consulting company, has released a report stating that companies engaged in e-commerce need to shift to a reliance on software testing tools for evaluating the quality and integrity of in-house developed applications.

Linuxcare To Provide Tech Service and Support In Japan

Linuxcare, Inc. recently entered into a strategic partnership with Densa Techno Tokyo K.K. (DTTS) -- a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Electronics Services Co., Ltd. -- to provide Linux-related technical service and support for the Japanese open-source market.

AT&T Answers Call to Help Minorities Close Internet Gap

The nation's largest telecommunications company is opening its wallet to help minorities get on the Internet and get around once they are there.

Digital Audio Business Sees Interesting New Uses

Recording industry executives, as well as online merchandisers, will be watching closely two new experiments in the use and distribution of digital audio via the Internet.

U.S. Cities Dispute Government’s Concern Over Y2K Readiness

Despite concerns about Y2K readiness raised by the U.S. Congress' investigative arm, the National League of Cities says most of its members will be ready in time for the calendar to turn to the year 2000.

AT&T Answers Call to Help Minorities Close Internet Gap

The nation's largest telecommunications company is opening its wallet to help minorities get on the Internet and get around once they are there.

Chinese Portals Battle for Attention, Visitors

Perhaps hoping to puncture the high hopes built up this week with its successful stock debut, top competitor announced today it remains the top portal in China., which has been online since 1995, cited a recently released survey by the China Network Information Center, an...

FTC Sides with Private Sector on Internet Privacy Issues

The Federal Trade Commission Tuesday uttered the one word Internet companies have been dying to hear from the U.S. government: self-regulation.

Industry Leaders to Gather in France for E-Commerce Summit

A group of major Internet companies from all continents plans to offer governments and international organizations its e-commerce expertise in a conference at Paris' famed Louvre museum.

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