Technology News Archive - July 30, 2008
iLinc (AMEX: ILC), a leader in web conferencing, desktop video conferencing software and collaboration solutions, today announced that James M.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- RASILIENT Systems, Inc. an innovator in modular RAID storage for the OEM market, announced today that it has reached multiple sales and funding milestones, and completed executive and staffing initiatives in preparation for its next stage of growth.
Archer Entertainment (PINKSHEETS: AEMC) has established its proprietary, branded, global multimedia store www.archer.12buzz.com/store/, which is now open for business. Internet shoppers can purchase DVDs, music, MP3 downloads, TV programs, video downloads and more from all over the world.
Yahoo! (Nasdaq:YHOO) today announced that the company has driven more than 100 million visits to Newspaper Consortium(1) member Web sites through the distribution of local news headlines across the Yahoo! network.
By Kelley Chambers Element Fusion, in the business of Web development for a decade, has aligned with a Colorado company to expand its offerings to churches.
Apple has set the bar high for mobile phones _ finding a product as fun and versatile as its iPhone is difficult. But because some people may not want to use AT&T, the iPhone's exclusive U.S. carrier, I've been testing two new touch-screen competitors.
MySpace, the world's premier social network, today announced five new additions to the company's expanding senior executive team across several key fields including Engineering, Marketing, Advertising, Business Development and Customer Care.
Moblyng (www.Moblyng.com), the leader in mobile social media, announced the launch of the expanded mobile component of its website. Consumers now have a mobile destination site to browse the best and coolest content: m.moblyng.com.
Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR) plans to announce its second quarter 2008 financial results on Thursday, August 7. The financial release will be posted at www.newsroom.clearwire.com at approximately 4:05 p.m. EDT.
Q. I'm concerned about software bugs in new programs. When do you recommend people begin using the new Firefox 3 Web browser? A. Try it now. Since Firefox 3 was introduced in June, the reviews have been favorable.