Technology News Archive - October 31, 2008
HANOVER, Md., Oct. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Watch video on the go. Surf the wireless Internet at lightning speed. Share live video during a wireless call. These are just a few of the things you can do with AT&T's third-generation (3G) wireless broadband service. Today, AT&T Inc.
Sprint (NYSE:S) today announced details of its new customer-friendly pro-rated early termination fee (ETF) policy, effective November 2, 2008. Under the new policy, Sprint's ETF of $200 will decrease by $10 increments per month beginning in month six of a wireless customer's contract.
Syncplicity, a leading online data management provider, announced today that it successfully closed its post-seed funding round in the amount of $2.35 million led by Silicon Valley-based True Ventures and other private investors.
PC Connection, Inc. (NASDAQ: PCCC), a leading direct marketer of information technology (IT) products and services, today announced that the Company has been invited to participate in the AeA Classic Financial Conference in San Diego, CA on Monday, November 3, and Tuesday, November 4.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Kenshoo Ltd. is pleased to announce integration between KENSHOO SEARCH(TM) and the latest version of Google Analytics.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Forum One Networks, a strategy and research group specializing in communities of practice, announces advisors, sponsors and attendee companies of the Green Enterprise Unconference, which takes place in Mountain View, California on Wednesday, December 3, 2008.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fc8b90/harnessing_the_pow) has announced the addition of the "Harnessing the Power and Potential of Social Networks" report to their offering.
When it comes to viewing TV and video, growth in consumer markets is more limited by consumers' ability to absorb new usage models and new applications than by limitations of technology, according to a new US consumer survey from ABI Research.
Canada's federal media regulator denied two television networks' bid to charge cable companies a fee for distributing their signals.