In an effort to recapture ground lost to such competitors as Hotwire and Orbitz, reverse
auction company Priceline has become the latest travel service vendor to climb aboard the
fixed-price marketing train. "Moving toward the fixed-price model helps margins," Yankee
Group analyst Lisa Melsted to...
A federal judge has denied a Russian software vendor's motion to dismiss criminal charges
that allege the company violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act by selling a product
designed to break anti-copying technology. Lawyers and other free speech proponents said
they are "extremely disappo...
Oracle is disputing a report that claims the company has fallen to second place in the
database duel. The report, released by Gartner Dataquest, awarded the database crown to
rival IBM. Colleen Graham, an analyst in Gartner Dataquest's software industry research
group, told the E-Commerce Times t...
New legislation aimed at leveling the broadband playing field has revived an old debate
between U.S. lawmakers and telecommunications officials. The "Broadband Regulatory Parity
Act of 2002" is designed to spur deployment of high-speed Internet services by subjecting
all broadband providers to th...