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Articles by Antone Gonsalves
posted in March 2005
United Virtualities is offering online marketers technology that attempts to undermine the growing trend among consumers to delete cookies planted in their computers.
SourceLabs, a start-up within the open-source software market, releases an infrastructure software stack for application deployment.
Bloglines says it has added package tracking to its Web-based newsreader, enabling users to get updates on goods shipped by FedEx, UPS, and the U.S. Postal Service.
Once one of the largest high-tech tradeshows in the world, Comdex, which was traditionally held in Las Vegas in November, was cancelled last year for the first time after 25 years.
The popular Trillian instant-messaging client contains a security flaw that could allow a hacker to gain control of a person's computer.
Yahoo releases in beta a search engine that looks for pictures, writings, and other creative works that are available for reuse under nontraditional copyright licenses offered by a nonprofit group.
In a teleconference, Compuware chairman Peter Karmanos Jr. said that while the companies will continue to compete in some areas, his goal is to reach a "premier level" within PartnerWorld. IBM, meanwhile, will be able to use Compuware services internally in developing its own products.
Consumers are turning away from newspapers for local shopping information, taking their broadband connections to search engines on the Web instead, a recent study says. The trend is expected to increasingly shift advertising dollars from print to cyberspace.
America Online Inc. on Monday launched a test version of a travel search engine that the company says will complement its current online travel service.
People reaching out to their sweethearts on Valentine's Day, and Super Bowl sports fans boost traffic in February at a number of the top-gaining websites.
With the unveiling of the next-generation online advertising platform for MSN, Microsoft jumps into the keyword-advertising market dominated by rivals Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.
Tivo and Comcast say the cable operator has agreed to carry Tivo's TV and advertising services in a non-exclusive deal that gave an immediate boost to Tivo stock and brand image.
Consumer fear of online risks will force businesses using cookies to take any of these actions: find replacement technology to gather data, better explain the harmless nature of most cookies, work with spyware vendors, and/or ask for permission to deposit cookies.
IBM has developed a computer mouse that can help hand-tremor sufferers eliminate excessive cursor movements.
Using passwords and identifications from legitimate customers, thieves broke into databases owned by information company LexisNexis and stole personal information on about 32,000 U.S. citizens.
Last year was a breakout year for the Internet in American politics, surpassing radio, and in some cases newspapers, as an important source of campaign news, a research firm says.
Microsoft's decision to end standard support for the popular development tool by month's end has sparked an outcry from developers.
Google moves its desktop search tool out of beta, formally launching version 1.0 with support for more browsers and file types and better protection of sensitive documents.
ChoicePoint says federal authorities have begun inquiries into last year's theft of personal data affecting tens of thousands of consumers in 50 states.
True.com is pushing state legislators to require matchmaking sites to conduct criminal background checks onmembers.
America Online plans to launch an upgrade of its AOL Mail on the Web product for subscribers.
A federal appeals court has overturned a lower-court verdict that found the software giant guilty of infringing on a browser-related technology patent.