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Susan B. Shor
Yahoo Adds SMS Text Searches to Lineup
07/07/05 11:26 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 429 Words

He named,, which offers comparison shopping , and

Both analysts said that today's searches are only the beginning.

"While the information available by cell phone today, is somewhat limited, it is clear that cell phones will continue to see...

Keith Regan
Report: Camera Phones Sales Soaring
12/02/05 1:23 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 455 Words

According to Wirefly, a comparison shopping site for cell phones and other wireless services , all five of the top-selling phones for Cyber Monday had cameras built in.

Wirefly, which reported a 200 percent increase in traffic on the Monday after Thanksgiving...

Keith Regan
Report: Google Leads in Search but Trails Yahoo in Portal Efforts
05/22/06 1:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 755 Words

Less than 1 percent of Google visitors use Froogle, Google's comparison shopping site, according to the Hitwise numbers.

More or Less?
The comScore numbers show a total of 6.6 billion searches conducted in April, a 4 percent jump from the month...

Andrew K. Burger
Do It Yourself E-Commerce, Part 1: Now Bigger and Better
09/18/06 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1365 Words

Do It Yourself E-Commerce, Part 4: Comparison Shopping Engines ...

Keith Regan
Best Buy's Online Pricing Tactics Under Scrutiny
03/07/07 9:14 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 594 Words

Electronics retailer Best Buy is being investigated for allegedly using two different Web sites to sell merchandise online , including one...

Erika Morphy
Web 2.0, Part 1: The Definition Dilemma
04/09/07 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 896 Words

Welcome to the new frontier of Web 2.0. Imagine sitting in your living room and pulling up a favorite TV show...

Erika Morphy
Health Insurance Consumers Should Seize More Control
10/09/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 958 Words

Pricing about the latter is surprisingly opaque: comparison shopping among hospitals and doctors for say, open heart surgery or breast cancer treatment, is simply not done. To be sure, some insurance companies have started providing this information to consumers who participate in high deductible...

Fred J. Aun
Scripps to Split Old, New Media
10/16/07 10:42 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 764 Words

Additionally, Scripps Networks Interactive will include the online comparison shopping sites Shopzilla and uSwitch .

EW Scripps, with 7,100 people and combined annual revenues of about $1.1 billion, would encompass Scripps' 17 daily and community newspapers; 10 TV stations, the United Media...

Rachelle Crum
Live From eTail: Clever Companies, Customer Catering and Cowbells
02/13/08 2:58 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 951 Words

With just a few dozen booths, eTail 2008 is much smaller than many of the trade shows and conferences I've attended...

Keith Regan
Microsoft Turns Search on Its Ear With Cash Rebates
05/22/08 11:22 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 853 Words

The cash-back program will use technology Microsoft acquired last fall when it bought comparison shopping site Jellyfish . Customers sign up for a Live Search account when they complete their first purchase, and checks are issued every 60 days. The percentage a user...

Jeff Meisner
Google Gains Cheer Tech Sector
01/23/09 12:07 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 769 Words

"Advertisers continued to value targeted ads while consumers are also using search to conduct comparison shopping," Google CEO Eric Schmidt said during a conference call with analysts and reporters on Thursday. "Business is quite healthy, especially given the tough economic climate."


Erika Morphy
Bing Travel Gets You Where You're Going, but No Peanuts
10/02/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 831 Words

I remember when Kayak accused Bing of "borrowing" some of its design features last year. At the time, I wondered if...

Richard Adhikari
Google's Content-Farm Algorithm Yields Bitter Harvest
03/04/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 961 Words

Product pages with text supplied by manufacturers that are repeated across "dozens, hundreds even" of e-commerce sites, duplicate content that's created from mass syndication of news, and comparison shopping networks are examples of thin-content sites, Audette told TechNewsWorld.

Legitimate victims reportedly include...

Richard Adhikari
Strange Rumblings Surround Thunderbolt Pricing and Availability
03/15/11 12:43 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 825 Words

"I suggest people read the fine print and do comparison shopping," ITIC's DiDio remarked.

Android Security
With Android 2.2, aka "Froyo," on board, the Thunderbolt joins a fast-growing list of smartphones running Google's operating system . The Android platform...

Yaniv Axen
Pushing the Online Video Pedal to the Metal
05/04/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 867 Words

Video's multi-platform possibilities will let enterprises reach visitors on any screen they use, driving the importance of video-enabled catalogs to consumers who, for example, might use their mobile devices to aid comparison shopping as they browse in brick-and-mortar shops.

In terms of the...

Jim Dicso
Peering Into the Future of Online Video
07/15/11 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 331 Words

Mobile videos: Video's multi-platform capabilities enable online businesses to reach visitors wherever they are, fueling the importance of video catalogs for consumers who, for example, might use them on handheld devices to aid comparison shopping as they browse in physical stores.


David Jones
Asus Tinker Board Joins Raspberry Pi on the Bargain Table
01/25/17 12:23 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 536 Words

Its features could interest open source enthusiasts in doing a little comparison shopping before deciding on a new device.

The Tinker Board features a quad-core 1.8GHz ARM Cortex A-17 CPU with ARM Mali-T764 graphics.

The device includes four USB 2.0 ports, a...

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