Tech News Archives: Page 3

This is page 3 of the tech news archives.

Microsoft and CMP Media Create TechNet Magazine (June 4, 2004): Microsoft Corporation and CMP Media are scheduled to publish TechNet Magazine, in conjunction with MSDN Magazine's security-focused issue, due out in Fall 2004.

CMP Media's TechWeb Network Launches MessagingPipeline.com (June 4, 2004): CMP Media's TechWeb Network has announced the launch of MessagingPipeline.

Andy Seybold Launches 3G Today Newsletter (June 4, 2004): Wireless industry expert Andrew M.

Blogging Continues To Gain Popularity (May 28, 2004): Democratic candidate for President Howard Dean's race for the nomination has ended.

8th Annual Webby Award Winners Announced (May 14, 2004): The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences has unveiled the winners of The 8th Annual Webby Awards.

Study: Local Search Providers Threaten Newspapers (May 14, 2004): Newspapers face long-term damage to their business from online local-search products, far greater than the damage done to classified advertising revenue by competitors like Monster.

Broadband Adoption Rates Highest Among Affluent Surfers (April 23, 2004): Nielsen//NetRatings, a provider Internet audience measurement and analysis, reported that affluent Americans are the fastest growing income group online.

Survey: Parents Unaware Of Illegal File Swapping (April 2, 2004): A new survey conducted by Nielson NRG for the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.

Fed Tech Magazine Debuts for Federal Technology Executives (April 2, 2004): CDW Government, Inc.

Arizona Technology Magazine Launches (March 26, 2004): The Arizona Technology Council has launched TechConnect.

Tucows Acquires BlogRolling.com (March 19, 2004): Tucows Inc.

Yahoo Debuts New Search Technology (March 12, 2004): Yahoo! Inc.

Google Expands Index to 6 Billion Items (March 5, 2004): Google Inc.

Ziff Davis Media to Launch Sync Magazine (February 20, 2004): Ziff Davis Media Inc.

LookSmart Launches Full Text Article Search (January 2, 2004): LookSmart, a provider of Internet search solutions, announced that it has launched a full text article search which provides access to 3.

Most Blogs Are Never Seen and Never Updated (October 31, 2003): For the BloggerCon 2003 conference at the Berkman Center of Harvard Law School, Perseus Development Corp.

Red Herring Relaunches With Website (October 24, 2003): Red Herring has been restructured into a media group that will investigate the business of technology through online content, newsletters, research and events.

TechTarget Acquires Information Security Magazine (August 1, 2003): TechTarget announced that it has acquired Information Security magazine from Herndon, VA-based TruSecure, a security intelligence and services provider, which started the publication in 1997.

Netscape's Mozilla Group Cut From AOL (August 1, 2003): AOL has laid off 50 people involved with browser development at its Netscape unit and is terminating its involvement with the Mozilla Project.

AOL and Microsoft Announce Browser Agreement (June 6, 2003): Microsoft Corp.