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posted in April 2009
The IAB issued the first Universal Ad Package, with four ad standards, in 2002.
Hulu will stream full-length episodes of popular Disney and ABC shows, using an ad-supported model, the companies say.
More than 69% of respondents say their companies see at least half the expected value from their IT investments.
The state's Department of Education is on track to receive nearly $570 million in stimulus funds over the next six months.
The most popular social networking sites, Facebook and MySpace, have much higher user retention rates than Twitter.
The study reflects responses from more than 1,000 IT employees.
Currently, 60% of federal agencies include telework in plans for continuity of operations, but just more than 7% of federal employees telework regularly.
The changes increase user control while improving account deletion and limiting sublicenses and reducing data exchanges between application developers.
Connecticut's Richard Blumenthal says social networking site should use IT to eliminate sex listings.
Departure is part of a broader shake-up of social networking site's executive suite.
Planet Gliese 581 "e" orbits its host star in just over three days and is nearly 21 light-years away from the constellation Libra, researchers said.
British pols are backing a plan that would extend high-speed Internet links to all parts of the country.
New visualization tool groups like-minded commentators into "opinion clusters" to facilitate better communication.
Company execs blamed quarterly declines on currency fluctuations, the sale of Kelkoo, and lower fees from broadband partnerships, VoIP, and music subscriptions.
The world-renowned physics professor has been fighting a chest infection for a couple of weeks and had to cancel an appearance in Arizona because of it.
Police investigation relied on e-mail accounts, text messages, and IP addresses.
Three of the nation's tech leaders must work together to implement change and overcome hurdles.
Police across the United States have investigated and cracked down on countless crimes that resulted from in-person meetings among those who begin communicating through the site.
Comedian and talk show host gets a consolation prize for his effort to have an International Space Station node named after him.
CEO Carol Bartz has been in talks with Microsoft for a search and advertising partnership.
Some 84% of Americans say online customer evaluations influence their decisions about whether to purchase products or services.
Taxi and Limousine Commission eyes technology that would silence chatty drivers.
Standards body's site has drawn 4,000 views to date.
Standards body plans to take public comments on the draft until July 1.
The Cato Institute has called on the White House to do better and deliver on its promise to post all non-emergency bills online for five days before President Barack Obama signs them.
An astronaut from the agency will break the news on Comedy Central.
The Internet portal is teaming up with academia to promote cloud-based research.
With more than $7 billion up for grabs, there's no shortage of parties looking to cash in.
Social networking site marks a milestone and launches charity drive.
75% of software developers belong to at least one social networking site, a new survey finds.
The commission is looking at ways high-speed Internet can improve the economy and individual lives.
Federal stimulus plan puts information technology back in the spotlight.
Standards agency taps EPRI to help develop a smart national energy grid.
NASA said the dramatic decrease in ice thickness and coverage over the past 30 years is an important indicator of the health of the Arctic.
Rocker Neil Young is among those vying to build the most fuel-efficient car.