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1721: new post   Verizon and AT&T Are Big Winners In Airwaves Auction
"Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T were big winners in the U.S. government's auction of wireless licenses that raised a record $19.59 billion, the Federal Communication Commission said on Thursday."
Webmaster GeneralMar 20, 2008
1722: new post   Online Ad Spending, Revised Forecasts
"A leading marketing forecaster on Tuesday cut its projection for U.S. spending on online advertising this year, signalling that economic troubles are likely biting into corporate marketing budgets."
Webmaster GeneralMar 19, 2008
1723: new post   CSS or Tables For Layout
"When the final result is the same, do the methods really matter so much..."
Webmaster GeneralMar 3, 2008
1724: new post   Why is using tables for layout evil?
revisiting the tables vs css methods debate for web page layout.
Webmaster GeneralFeb 28, 2008
1725: new post   FCC Considers Discouraging Telcos From Slowing Net Traffic
"The agency is considering rules and enforcement decisions to force the cable and telephone companies to disclose their policies more clearly for delaying traffic that they say is clogging their systems."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 26, 2008
1726: new post   Develop Online Applications That Work Offline (RIAs) With Adobe AIR
"Adobe Air allows developers to build tools that still have some functionality even when a computer is no longer connected to the net."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 25, 2008
1727: new post   Microsoft Windows Live SkyDrive Data Storage
Webmaster GeneralFeb 25, 2008
1728: new post   Comscore's January US Search Report Shows Searching Is Up 8.9PCT
"There appeared to be small shifts if the stats, compered to the previous month, with Google up 0.1% to 58.5%."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 22, 2008
1729: new post   The Web is Increasingly a Girls World
Webmaster GeneralFeb 22, 2008
1730: new post   EU: Search Engines Must Comply With EU Rules
"European data privacy regulators said Thursday that Internet search engines based outside Europe must also comply with EU rules on how a person's Internet address or search history is stored."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 21, 2008
1731: new post   DNS Resolution Path Corruption Helps Phishing Scams
"The attack they describe, called "DNS resolution path corruption", could be carried out by a simple piece of code implanted via a malicious website or email attachment,..."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 13, 2008
1732: new post   Time Warner Set to Ditch AOL & Cable Unit
"Time Warner's new chief executive officer confirmed Wednesday that the media company is separating its struggling AOL access business from the division's growing online advertising business, a move that could lead to the sale of the traditional dial-up unit."
Webmaster GeneralFeb 7, 2008
1733: new post   Time Warner Cable To Trial Data Download Pricing
"The company, the second-largest cable provider in the United States, will start a trial in Beaumont, Texas, in which it will sell new Internet customers tiered levels of service based on how much data they download per month, rather than the usual fixed-price packages with unlimited downloads."
Webmaster GeneralJan 17, 2008
1734: new post   F.C.C. to Investigate Complaints Comcast Interferes With Net Traffic
"The Federal Communications Commission will investigate complaints that Comcast actively interferes with Internet traffic as its subscribers try to share files online, the commission's chairman, Kevin J. Martin, said Tuesday."
Webmaster GeneralJan 9, 2008
1735: new post   US Search Figures, December 07, Show Google Up To 66%
"The latest figures from search market share monitor Hitwise shows Google with a record 66 percent share of Web searches in the United States."
Webmaster GeneralJan 8, 2008
1736: new post   'Hacker Safe' Site Hacked!
"A Web site that still displays a banner from McAfee's ScanAlert certifying that it is "Hacker Safe," on Friday sent a letter to customers saying that it was hacked last month."
Webmaster GeneralJan 8, 2008
1737: new post   Microsoft, Google, Yahoo to pay $31.5m in Online Gambling Case
"Online gambling is illegal in the US but still widespread Microsoft, Google and Yahoo have agreed to pay a total of $31.5m to settle claims that they accepted online ads promoting illegal gambling."
Webmaster GeneralDec 20, 2007
1738: new post   F.C.C. Says Wireless Spectrum Has 266 Applicants, Incl. Google
"Qualcomm Inc., MetroPCS Wireless Inc. and US Cellular Corp. were others among 266 applicants potentially seeking to bid in a list released last night by the Federal Communications Commission."
Webmaster GeneralDec 19, 2007
1739: new post   Dealing With Spam Registrations On A Forum
"...despite the CAPTCHA registration, I keep getting spam registered users."
Webmaster GeneralDec 18, 2007
1740: new post   U.S. EU, Japan & Canada Reach Internet Gambling Deal
"The United States has reached a deal with the European Union, Japan and Canada to keep its Internet gambling market closed to foreign companies, but is continuing talks with India, Antigua and Barbuda, Macau and Costa Rica, U.S. trade officials said on Monday."
Webmaster GeneralDec 17, 2007
1741: new post   Google Vs Microsoft
"At Microsoft, Mr. Schmidt's remarks are fighting words. Traditional software installed on personal computers is where Microsoft makes its living, and its executives see the prospect of 90 percent of computing tasks migrating to the Web-based cloud as a fantasy."
Webmaster GeneralDec 17, 2007
1742: new post   Will Google Knol Kill Off Wikipedia?
"A knol on a particular topic is meant to be the first thing someone who searches for this topic for the first time will want to read."
Webmaster GeneralDec 15, 2007
1743: new post   Will Google Knol Kill Off Wikipedia?
"A knol on a particular topic is meant to be the first thing someone who searches for this topic for the first time will want to read."
Webmaster GeneralDec 14, 2007
1744: new post   AOL Users Could Falsely Click "Spam" On Your Email Newsletter
Webmaster GeneralDec 13, 2007
1745: new post   Bloggers Get Free Library Photos, With Ad Payload
"We work with a partner so that those pictures are tracked, and if they're being used illegally, we can figure that out," Shenk said. "But as long as they are downloaded through this application, you're legit and you're ready to go."
Webmaster GeneralNov 28, 2007
1746: new post   UK Net Numbering Project Under Way
"When finished the UK's national Enum directory will make looking up net phone numbers like finding a website."
Webmaster GeneralNov 28, 2007
1747: new post   Hitwise: October US Search Stats Show Google at 64%
Webmaster GeneralNov 19, 2007
1748: new post   EU Executive Rejects Calls For Online Music Rules
"A demand from European Union lawmakers to regulate how authors and composers receive cash for downloaded works has been rejected by the bloc's executive arm."
Webmaster GeneralNov 18, 2007
1749: new post   Minimizing E-mail Newsletter Bounces
"Does anyone have any suggestions about how to minimize the number of bounces when sending an e-mail newsletter?"
Webmaster GeneralNov 17, 2007
1750: new post   W3C Pushing for Better Web on Mobile Devices
"W3C invites Web authors to run the alpha release of the W3C mobileOK checker and make their content work on a broad range of mobile devices."
Webmaster GeneralNov 16, 2007
1751: new post   WSJ Reports Amazon To Launch E-Book Reader
"Online retailer Amazon.com Inc plans to introduce its highly anticipated electronic book device at a New York event Monday,..."
Webmaster GeneralNov 16, 2007
1752: new post   EU: Airline Web Sites Must Improve Or Be Closed
"Over 200 European Web sites selling airline tickets, including many run by leading airlines, are misleading to consumers and will be shut down if they do not improve, the European Union's consumer chief said on Wednesday."
Webmaster GeneralNov 14, 2007
1753: new post   Internet Privacy Efforts Take A Step Forward
"Soon people will be able to sign up for do-not-track lists, which will help shield their Web surfing habits from the prying eyes of marketers."
Webmaster GeneralOct 31, 2007
1754: new post   Microsoft: Web Apps Won't Kill Off The Desktop
"A top Microsoft Corp. executive defended desktop application software, the source of the company's revenue for three decades, arguing in a presentation last week that even services-based companies such as Google Inc. still need it."
Webmaster GeneralOct 28, 2007
1755: new post   PDF Files, Again, Used To Deliver Malicious Code
"Emails containing malicious PDF files have been putting computers at risk since Friday,"
Webmaster GeneralOct 27, 2007
1756: new post   Webshots Sold For $45 Million
"Internet media company and tech news hub CNet Networks Inc. has announced the sale of its photo-sharing site Webshots. Ownership of the lagging site is slated to got to American Greetings Corp., who shelled out $45 million to take it off CNet's hands. Here's the juicy part though, CNet bought the site for $70 million just three years ago."
Webmaster GeneralOct 26, 2007
1757: new post   Senate Says 7 More Years of Tax-Free Net Access
"The bill won't go to the president's desk just yet. First, the House must approves the Senate's changes. Congressional aides said they were hopeful the whole process would conclude before current law's November 1 expiration date."
Webmaster GeneralOct 26, 2007
1758: new post   Microsoft Posts Strong Quarter: Profits of $4.29 Billion
"Fervent sales Windows and Office for the quarter ended September 30 also helped achieve profits of $4.29 billion, up from $3.48 billion the year before."
Webmaster GeneralOct 26, 2007
1759: new post   Audio Spam Files On The Way
"The messages were blank but contained MP3 attachments of around 95 kilobytes, around the size of a cellphone ring tone. The attachments were audio files all pumping up the same penny stock."
Webmaster GeneralOct 23, 2007
1760: new post   Microsoft to Carry Out EU Ruling
"The European Commission said Microsoft will now charge a one-time fee of 10,000 euros to firms that want "complete and accurate" technical information on Windows software."
Webmaster GeneralOct 23, 2007
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