Technology News Archive - July 30, 2008
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9bb6e4/georgia_telecoms) has announced the addition of the "Georgia - Telecoms Market Overview Statistics & Forecasts" report to their offering.
Each year the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival appears to materialize overnight, drawing an instant population of 80,000 fans and transforming a 700-acre farm into the 6th largest city in Tennessee for four days of festivities.
By Caleb Chapman, Kerrville Daily Times, Texas Jul. 30--Trying to find the latest times for the local showing of "The Dark Knight" may prove troublesome for your PC. Computers around the world are struck by computer viruses every second, but one floating around right now hits close to home.
By Al Gibes Bullies are everywhere - including the Internet. Just ask Krystina Kinney and her mom, Karen, about it.
By Chhun Sun, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 30--Nearly a million people have seen the video on YouTube or on his Web site. And some actually listened to him and voted.
Gorilla Nation (www.gorillanation.com), the world's largest online ad rep firm, announced today that it has been selected as exclusive worldwide rep for Zeeks.com (www.zeeks.com), a kids' gaming site owned by Kaboose Inc., one of the world's largest family-focused new media companies with leading online properties such as Bounty.com, BabyZone.com, Kaboose.com, AmazingMoms.com and Funschool.com.
Leading marketing sciences firm MarketShare Partners (MSP) officially announces the appointment of Gokul Rajaram to its board. Rajaram joins MSP's board after nearly five years at the helm of Google's AdSense product management team.
By Maria Garriga, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 30--NEW HAVEN -- Candidates seeking to win the Democratic nomination for the General Assembly's 94th District race have both secured public financing for their campaigns, according to the state's Web site.
CHICAGO, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- This week, a new site launched to help consumers find the best credit card choice for them based on the probability they will get the card they want.
LOS ANGELES, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- PriceGrabber.com(R), a part of Experian, explores the effects the economy has had on consumer purchasing decisions in its latest Consumer Behavior Report.
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