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The New Rules for Bartering: No Cash? No Problem

This story was originally published on April 23, 2010, and is brought to you today as part of our Best of ECT News series. ...

Steering Around the SEO Blockade

As landing a high ranking through search engine optimization grows more competitive by the day, often blocking small-to-medium-sized enterprises from achieving top spots online, more businesses are turning to social media to find new customers ...

Climbing the B2B Social Media Ladder

Social media strategies are not just for consumer-focused companies anymore. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and their ilk are finding their way into business-to-business firms. Solid waste service provider Waste Management, for example, has set up a Web 2.0 shop ...

Making a Place for Yourself in the Blogosphere, Part 2

Part 1 of this series on getting started with blogging addresses factors to consider when setting up a blog, such as platforms, hosting and design ...

Making a Place for Yourself in the Blogosphere, Part 1

Starting your own blog does not have to be an arduous endeavor ...

Microsoft: Cybercriminals Find Easy Pickings in Older Software

Newer versions of Microsoft's operating systems and software products are better at fighting cybercrime than older versions, according to a new report put out by Microsoft researchers ...

Bartering 2.0: No Cash? No Problem

If you're low on cash it doesn't mean you can't get what you want or need. ...

Twitter Tells Devs There Will Be Plenty of Revenue to Go Around

Twitter's No. 1 focus is now on revenue, and the social-networking Web site wants to reassure software developers that they will get a piece of the growing pie ...

Tweet Your Way Into a Job

The constant drumbeat of bad economic news didn't stop Jennifer Cloud from pursuing a job in her chosen field of interactive marketing. Armed with a degree in communications and a desire to learn new technologies, she started using Twitter ...

Ousted ‘Call of Duty’ Creators Ready New Studio for Battle

The cocreators of the blockbuster "Call of Duty" series are back in the game ...

Visual Artists Crave Piece of Google Books Pie

Photographers and illustrators claim that they are not being fairly compensated by Google, alleging the search giant's book-scanning project violates their copyrights ...

Wait for Slate, Suggests HP Vid

HP is trying to steal some of the limelight from the iPad ...

IBM Teams With FAA to Neutralize Cyberthreats

IBM is joining forces with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to protect the nation's civilian aviation system from the ever-growing threat of cyberattacks. They are working on building a prototype security system capable of protecting the vast amount of information flowing daily through the FAA's computer networks ...

Report: Consumers Will Be Gaga for Mobile Apps by 2012

The global market for mobile phone applications is expected to soar to US$17.5 billion by 2012, surpassing the total value of CDs sold, new research forecasts ...

Mobile App Devs and the Quest for Cash

A day doesn't seem to go by without one software developer or another announcing the launch of a new smartphone application. Everyone seems to be getting into the mobile app game -- but is anyone actually making any money doing it? ...

Intel Bolsters Budget SSD Trend With 40 GB Drive

Intel is stirring up the marketplace for digital storage with the introduction of a lower-cost, solid-state drive aimed at the value segment of netbooks and laptops ...

Massive Botnet Foiled but Thousands Roam Free

The three men accused of unleashing a vicious cyberassault that infected millions of computers worldwide may now be in jail, but the damage they left behind should serve as a warning for computer users to stay vigilant ...

WinPhone7 Prototype Shoots for Business, Social Balance

Gadget enthusiasts got their first sneak peak of a branded smartphone with Microsoft's latest operating system installed on a prototype ...

FCC Chair Kicks Off Wireless Spectrum Tug of War

Lines are being drawn in the fight over control of wireless spectrum space ...

Walmart Buys Vudu to Take Another Stab at Online Movie Distribution

With its purchase of Vudu, an online service that delivers video to Internet-ready TVs and Blu-ray disc players, Walmart is hoping its sequel turns out better than its previous attempts to enter the online movie distribution business ...

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