As we all try to get into shape for the summer, you may be interested to know that Nike will market a new product that can talk to Apple's iPod. The Nike+iPod Sports Kit ($29) hooks up to the iPod and can tell you how far you've run, so your sneakers can communicate with your ever-present iPod.
Calling all kitties: Are you ready for your closeup? On a reality TV show?
Earlier this week, Topix.net, an Internet search engine, and The Associated Press, the world's largest news-gathering organization, said they were joining forces to try to send more visitors to newspaper sites responsible for breaking stories that are picked up across the Web.
Online sales are expected to increase 20 percent this year to $211 billion, led by pet supplies and cosmetics, of all things, according to a report by Forrester Research and Shop.org's annual State of Retailing Online study.
Google is throwing its hat into the online video ad ring. The search giant is planning to take the pay-per-click ad model it honed for text ads and use it for online video ads. If it's successful, it could wreak havoc on existing ad models, particularly the TV ad market....
Surprise, surprise. Google gained market share in the U.S. for the ninth consecutive month, according to comScore Networks' qSearch analysis for the month of April.
Today, The New York Times reports that MySpace.com has teamed up with Nylon magazine to release a free digital edition of its June-July music issue. MySpace, in case you didn't know, has proven itself an enticing venue for bands and musicians.
Get this: More than one billion people globally now have access to the Internet, and a quarter of them have broadband access, according to a new report from eMarketer.
Did you know that one in four people age 12 to 34 can't name the broadcast networks? Or that TV viewing is the fourth most popular activity after Web-surfing, hanging out with friends, and seeing movies?
A new report from JupiterResearch finds that 63 percent of big companies plan to syndicate content via Really Simple Syndication (RSS) by the end of 2006.