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 Antone Gonsalves

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posted in December 2005

Online Shoppers Less Happy Near Christmas

12/28/2005
Still, online retailers did a better job managing customer expectations as the holiday shopping deadlines approached this year versus last year, according to a benchmarking study that measures e-shoppers' satisfaction.

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Overstock.com Lowers Forecasts

12/27/2005
The online retailer said fourth-quarter net income would be a "percentage or two" less than its target of breakeven, due in part to a less-than-blockbuster holiday season.

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Automakers Embrace The IPod

12/21/2005
Automakers are expected to ride the popularity of the iPod and add support for Apple Computer's portable music player in millions of cars over the next six years.

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Blinkx Links Video To iPod

12/19/2005
Visitors can search the company's database of professional and amateur video and podcasts. Content can then be uploaded with "one click" to an iPod or other player.

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Yahoo Upgrades Widget Engine

12/12/2005
Yahoo launched a new version of its widget engine, a platform for running mini desktop applications built by Yahoo or third-party developers for search, photo and mapping services, and other functions.

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Yahoo Adds Human Touch To Search

12/8/2005
Yahoo Answers complements the company's standard search engine, Yahoo said, by letting people ask straightforward questions and receive answers based on the collective knowledge of other subscribers.

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NBC Programs Now On iTunes

12/6/2005
The lineup of available prime-time shows includes "Law & Order," "The Office" and "Surface." Classic TV programs and late-night shows are also being offered.

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TiVo Merges The Internet With TV

12/1/2005
Customers with a TiVo Series 2 DVR connected to the Internet over broadband will have access to a movie ticket service, a Web radio network, and entertainment portal Yahoo.

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Study: Lack Of App Support Stunting Linux

12/1/2005
Buyers want Linux versions of VPN clients, Adobe Systems' Photoshop and PageMaker, as well as Autodesk's AutoCAD and Intuit's Quicken financial software, according to an open-source organization's online survey.

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