Crossroads Systems posted asmaller-than-expected loss in its fourth quarterThursday, losing $4.8 million, or 18 cents a share,on sales of $8.
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Yahoo! Inc. announced on Wednesday that it is using Zixit's SecureDelivery service to offer Yahoo Mail users an encrypted e-mail delivery feature.
Technology stocks pushed higherFriday while retail and financial stocks stammeredfollowing a mixed Producer Price Index report. Full story.
Profit warnings from the likes of Gateway Inc. (gtw) and Alterapushed technology stocks even lower Thursday as theNasdaq composite shed 109 points to a 52-week low of2,598.
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Nike (NYSE: NKD) will launch a service Monday that allows consumers to personalize sneakers. The NIKEiD service, which is scheduled to go live at 1 PM PST, will let consumers choose colors for the Air Turbulence and Air Famished shoes, and add an eight character ID tag.
Technology stocks gained ground this week,buoyed by some tame economic data that mightkeep the Fed from raising interest rates later thismonth. Adobe Systems Inc.
MTV.com and voice chat provider HearMe are teaming up to offer live, online karaoke rooms available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Latin American ISP and portal El Sitio (lcto) reported improved revenues and advertising for its third quarter, but also a decrease in traffic for the same period. Full story (in Spanish).
Sure, he helped invent the Internet, but can Vint Cerf help run it? The 57-year-old Internet pioneer was elected chairman of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).