About 10 years ago, Henry's set up a virtual store on eBay.Ever since then, the Canadian photography and video equipment chain has been reaping the benefits of that decision.The company's online auction adventure
Many smart phone apps are frivolous, others are exciting, but most often, these aren't cheap thrills.Forrester Research reported last year that an average no-frill app could cost a minimum of $20,000 to develop.
Cost savings are attracting many small and medium sized businesses to hosted computing services and the social networking space, but are SMBs heading for the clouds blindly?In the rush to adopt the technology,
Are the days of the ATM (automated teller machine) numbered? Possibly not. But with ING Direct's launch of a BlackBerry and iPhone banking application, mobile banking in Canada just got another boost.Starting today,
VeriSign is introducing a certification service that confirms whether a business is legitimate and that their Web site is free of malware. VeriSign already sells various SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates for Web
Before the rise of Internet shopping, the only reviews you'd encounter at the point of sale were testimonials selected by the manufacturer or retailer. Real reviews were the domain of specialty publications, written
The New York Times' announcement yesterday that it plans to start charging readers some time next year for unlimited access to its Web site has industry insiders closely watching whether smaller newspaper publishers