Christmas Comes Early for Spammers

Dec 10, 2003 - Congress passing the Can Spam Act of 2003 is tantamount to 'Christmas come early' for spammers, according to industry watchers. Comments

Yahoo! Branching Out its Search Roots

Aug 21, 2003 - The media player is making a run at stamping its mixture of search results and paid advertising all over its properties such as its beta tested Yahoo! Product Search. Comments

Tech Jobs Will Continue to Move Overseas

Jul 30, 2003 - By the end of 2004, one out of every 10 jobs with U.S.-based IT vendors and IT service providers will move to emerging markets, as will one out of every 20 IT jobs within user enterprises. Comments

Overture, HP Strengthen Ties

Jul 17, 2003 - The search firm extends and expands a pact to deliver paid placement results to HP computer users in the United States and Canada. Comments

Alloy, The Acquisitive Marketer

May 8, 2003 - Offline/online marketing firm continues its roll-up of teen and college-age direct marketing companies with its latest purchase of OCM. Comments

Amazon to Power Online Sales for NBA

Apr 18, 2003 - The e-commerce giant signed a multi-year deal with the professionalbasketball organization to power the popular NBA.com and WNBA.com sites. Comments

Wi-Fi Gets 'Super Sized'

Mar 11, 2003 - UPDATE: McDonalds supports Intel's Centrino wireless chipset with a nationwide rollout of wireless Internet in its restaurants. Borders, Hilton Promote Centrino With HotSpots Comments

InfoSpace Lands ABCNEWS.com

Feb 11, 2003 - Can't get enough Koppel? The Bellevue, Wash., firm helps by supplying search and streaming services to the network news site. Comments

CNN Rebrands CNNSI.com as SI.com

Feb 3, 2003 - Signaling a commitment to extend Sports Illustrated's reach online,the CNN online network seeks to remake the magazine's online presence. Comments

E-mail Show Lands in S.F. Inbox

Nov 18, 2002 - The ClickZ E-Mail Strategies show comes to Silicon Valley with a host of attachments designed to better understand critical e-mail production issues. Comments

Making Spammers Pay

Oct 23, 2002 - IronPort, an e-mail gateway maker, is putting a novel spin on the war toend spam as we know it. Acting as a 'white' list, mass e-mailers agree topay every time they stray. Comments

Yahoo!'s Rx for Ad Dollars

Sep 30, 2002 - The company signals a new maturity in its targeted ads by wooing pharmaceutical companies for its revamped Yahoo! Health portal. Comments

MSN Hits 300 Million Unique Monthly Users

Sep 5, 2002 - As it revs up for updates to its Web service, Microsoft fires anothercontroversial shot at rival portals Yahoo! and AOL. Comments

Web Conferencing Hopes to Build on 2001

Apr 5, 2002 - The worldwide Web conferencing market generated $266 million in revenue in 2001, according to Frost & Sullivan, and could reach as much as $2 billion by 2008. Comments

Computer-Music Connection Stronger Than Ever

Mar 28, 2002 - More than 40 percent of home Internet users in the United States have downloaded MP3 files onto their home computers, according to a study by Parks Associates, and they are storing an average of 305 music files. Comments

Increased Security Spending Includes Personnel

Mar 27, 2002 - Security spending at most organizations accounts for somewhere between 2 and 20 percent of the total IT budget, according to research from Giga Information Group, Inc., and more of this money is being spent on personnel. Comments

Online Trading Market Sees Stagnant Growth

Mar 26, 2002 - The online trading industry has seen little new growth in the past six months, according to a study by J.D. Power and Associates, with only a 2 percent increase in new investors. Comments

PC Forecast Gets a Lift

Mar 20, 2002 - IDC has raised its forecast for worldwide PC shipment growth in 2002 from 1.8 percent in December to 3.0 percent after it saw signs of growth in some key markets. Comments

Wireless Users Aren't a Loyal Bunch

Mar 19, 2002 - Compelling offers and targeted branding campaigns could win over customers looking for wireless Internet products and services, a study by ConStat found. Even wireless voice customers have a tendency to switch providers. Comments

Free Content Still the King Online

Mar 18, 2002 - Nearly three-quarters of online adults cannot understand why anyone would pay for content online, according to research by Jupiter Media Metrix. Comments

Britons Increase Use of Interactive Technologies

Mar 15, 2002 - The British have demonstrated a voracious appetite for interactive technologies such as the Internet, e-mail and instant messaging, according to a report by MORI and Egg. Comments

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