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eBay to End Developers Fees

eBay is going to announce that software developers need not pay a fee for developing websites and software programs that directs customers to ebay. [Read more]  [Read more]

Nethercomm Announces Broadband in Gas

Nethercomm has announced Broadband in Gas, a new technology to provide voice, video and high-speed Internet access through natural gas. [Read more]  [Read more]

Anti-spyware Programs Spread Spyware

There are many anti-spyware programs that spread spyware. A list of rogue/suspect anti-spyware products is available at the SpywareWarrior website of Eric Howes. [Read more]  [Read more]

Top US Broadband ISPs for Q2 2005: Comcast and Time Warner

The top two US broadband internet service providers for the second quarter of 2005 are Comcast, SBC, Time Warner, Verizon. Both ISPs added over 200,000 new customers in Q2 2005. [Read more]  [Read more]

PayPal Payments Transaction Reached $6.7 Billion in Q3 2005

PayPal payments transactions reached $6.7 billion in the third quarter of 2005. PayPal consumers worldwide spent $842 per second during the quarter. [Read more]  [Read more]

Amazon Patents Consumer Reviews

Amazon has patented a system and method of encouraging customers to review purchased items. Google, Yahoo, MSN and ecommerce sites are presently using the newly patented method. [Read more]  [Read more]

FTC Gets US Court to Shut Down Enternet Media for Spyware Operation

The Federal Trade Commission has got the U.S. District Court to halt the illegal downloads of Enternet Media. The company offered free background music to blogs and deceived those who visited the blog sites into downloading a spyware. [Read more]  [Read more]

eBay Adds RSS Feeds Facility for Sellers to Reach Customers

eBay has added a new service to its stores for the sellers to send RSS feeds to subscribers. Now the sellers will be able to send updates on products to customers. [Read more]  [Read more]

Microsoft to be a Big Player in Online Advertising Market

Microsoft plans to be one of the big players of online advertising market. Microsoft, through tageted MSN keywords, plans to be different from others like Google and Yahoo. [Read more]  [Read more]

Online Advertising Reached £490m in UK and $5.6b in US

Online advertising reached £490 million in U.K. and $5.6 billion in U.S. in the first half of 2005. The increase is 62% for U.K. and 26% for U.S. [Read more]  [Read more]

AOL To Update Privacy Policy

AOL Inc. is updating its privacy policy. According to the new policy, AOL will no longer share names and addresses with other companies. [Read more]  [Read more]

FTC Catches Alleged Spyware Site, U.S. Court Orders Stop on Spyware Activity

The Federal Trade Commission caught a web business for infecting user’s PCs with spyware and adware. A U.S district court ordered the defendants to stop infecting PCs. [Read more]  [Read more]