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AIS CEO Reveals the Seven Deadly E-Commerce Sins

More than a third of shoppers who have a poor experience on a Web site abandon the site entirely, according to JupiterResearch, and 75 percent are likely not to shop on that site again ...

AMD Launches Vista-Compatible Quad FX Platform

Just two weeks after the debut ofIntel's quad-core chips,AMD on Thursday announced its Quad FX Platform with Dual Socket Direct Connect (DSDC) architecture ...

Microsoft Rolls Out Vista, Office 2007 for Business

Microsoft on Thursday launched its Windows Vista operating system for businesses, along with Office 2007 suite and Exchange Server 2007 ...

BitTorrent Buddies Up With TV, Movie Companies

File-sharing vendor BitTorrent on Wednesday announced a slew of partnerships with film and television companies, as it slowly boosts its sullied reputation as a tool for media pirates ...

Nintendo Celebrates Wii’s Triumph Over PS3

A braggingNintendo has declared an early victory over rival Sony in the video console wars ...

YouTube Strikes Exclusive Content Deal With Verizon

Video-sharing phenom YouTube on Tuesday announced a content distribution deal with Verizon, the second-largest wireless carrier in the U.S ...

Holiday Shopping, Part 2: Tweaking SEO and SEM Strategies

Online retail sales this holiday season will be a healthy improvement over last year, according to research cited inPart 1 of this three-part series on holiday shopping ...

PS3, Wii Command Scalpers’ Prices – Xbox Sitting Pretty

Watching the reports of video game console sales early this holiday shopping season has been like watching a thoroughbred horse race. The only problem is two of the horses are already out of the race, at least temporarily ...

Online Video Cuts Into TV Viewing Habits

Online video is eating into the market share of traditional television viewing time, according to a recent ICM survey conducted for theBBC ...

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Former NASA Chief Architect Brad Hines on Solar Power’s Comeback

Once considered the dark horse in solar's current race to the rooftop, solar concentrators are making a major comeback ...

Disney, Comcast Ink Content Mega Deal

Disney jumped into the video-on-demand cable arena on Tuesday in a mega deal with Comcast ...

Palm Launches Treo 680 With Content Partners

Palm on Wednesday introduced its Treo 680 smartphone amid plenty of fanfare and even more partnerships ...

IBM Targets SMBs With Identity Management Tools

Unveiling a scaled-down version of its identity management software, IBM on Monday tapped into what it sees as a growing demand among small- to mid-sized businesses (SMB) for online collaboration and secure transactions with trading partners ...

Court Ruling Protects ISPs From Libel Lawsuits

The California Supreme Court on Monday ruled that ISPs and Internet publishers cannot be sued for posting or distributing libelous material written by others ...

Holiday Shopping, Part 1: Familiar Trends, Soaring Online Sales

The holiday shopping predictions are in ...

Universal Seeks Millions in MySpace Suit

Universal Music Group (UMG) on Friday filed a lawsuit against MySpace.com, alleging that the Web site is building a business based on publishing stolen songs and music videos ...

Yahoo Follows Google’s Lead With Newspaper Ad Deal

Striking back against rival Google, Yahoo on Monday inked a deal with seven publishing companies that will allow more than 150 newspapers to sell ads on its online classified service ...

Robotics in the Special Needs Classroom

Robotics, which has played a longstanding role in industrial applications, has finally entered the classroom in the form of applications for disabled students. It's a trend that could move beyond special needs and into the education mainstream ...

Big Three Search Engines Back Single, Open Protocol

A trio of search titans is joining forces to make it easier for people to find information on the Web. Google, Yahoo and Microsoft on Thursday agreed to support a single open protocol to make Web sites more visible to search engines ...

Dunn Pleads Innocent to Fraud, Conspiracy Charges

FormerHP chairwoman Patricia Dunn on Wednesday pled not guilty to criminal charges in connection with the corporate spying scandal that swirled around the technology giant earlier this year. Accompanied by her husband, Bill Jahnke, Dunn entered her plea before a Santa Clara County, Calif., Superior Court judge. She declined to speak to the crowd of reporters who gathered at the San Jose courthouse...

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