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October 2005 News Archives



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Oct. 31, 2005
The future of Internet television

Oct. 31, 2005
Google wants to improve OpenOffice.org

Oct. 31, 2005
Verisign awarded control of all dotcom domains

Oct. 31, 2005
Google talks a bit about AdSense

Oct. 28, 2005
eBay criminal couple face sentencing

Oct. 28, 2005
Onvia inks B2G deal with city of Philadelphia

Oct. 27, 2005
Verizon Wireless adds 1.9 million new customers

Oct. 27, 2005
Ariba's fiscal 2005 revenues increase 31 percent

Oct. 27, 2005
More on Google's Base project initiative

Oct. 26, 2005
Google is to revolutionize data availability

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Oct. 26, 2005
Amazon reports lower profits, stock tanks

Oct. 25, 2005
Hispanic Americans increasingly attracted to eCommerce

Oct. 25, 2005
Newly appointed Fed Chairman likes Information Technology

Oct. 25, 2005
Swedish authorities kill plans for CDMA 450 MHz

Oct. 25, 2005
Microsoft and Siebel develop CRM tools for .Net

Oct. 24, 2005
IBM helping the health care and education industries

Oct. 24, 2005
Internet automated verification services used in eCommerce

Oct. 24, 2005
Sterling's new Multi-Enterprise B2B services architecture

Oct. 21, 2005
Sun New Media launches new B2B portal

Oct. 21, 2005
Search for images at the New York Public Library

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Oct. 20, 2005
Froogle updates it's comparison shopping search engine

Oct. 20, 2005
The PHP language has a better future than Java

Oct. 19, 2005
GMail becomes GoogleMail in the UK

Oct. 18, 2005
Personal computer sales up 17 percent

Oct. 18, 2005
Windows security patch causes more trouble than repair

Oct. 18, 2005
EDI and more efficiency in the B2B segment

Oct. 18, 2005
Sony Ericsson numbers continue to rise

Oct. 17, 2005
Match.com tying to build a better mouse trap

Oct. 17, 2005
Google trying to adapt to Wall Street

Oct. 17, 2005
Managing next-generation B2B infrastructure

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Oct. 14, 2005
Searching efficiently on a mobile device

Oct. 14, 2005
JBoss criticized for trying to create a monopoly

Oct. 13, 2005
Visa upgrades its B2B payment applications

Oct. 12, 2005
IT investment growth to drop in 2007

Oct. 12, 2005
eBay acquires Verisign transaction service business

Oct. 12, 2005
Skyworks expects revenues at low end of guidance

Oct. 12, 2005
B2B management software and applications

Oct. 11, 2005
Three new Windows security flaws discovered

Oct. 11, 2005
High energy prices a bonanza to e-commerce sales

Oct. 11, 2005
Google officially launches Google Local

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Oct. 7, 2005
Small companies depend more and more on their websites

Oct. 6, 2005
i2 Technologies announces B2B alliance

Oct. 6, 2005
Google appoints Shirley Tilghman to it's Board of Directors

Oct. 5, 2005
Yahoo acquires Upcoming.org

Oct. 5, 2005
New Trojan virus discovered in Microsoft Office

Oct. 5, 2005
Is SEO superior to PPC?

Oct. 5, 2005
Internet advertising up 62 percent in the UK

Oct. 4, 2005
Univa and IBM in a licensing deal

Oct. 4, 2005
eBay fraudulent merchant must repay 70k

Oct. 4, 2005
Google proposes new Wi-Fi project

Oct. 3, 2005
Dell mulling over higher-end PC's

Oct. 3, 2005
Yahoo has a new project initiative

Oct. 3, 2005
eBid wants to compete head on with eBay

Oct. 3, 2005
Microsoft wants to assist B2B companies




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