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Babelgum, the P2P streaming TV service, has announced the launch of its public beta.
Ztail is a startup from California whose service helps users create professional eBay listings and publish them on eBay, classified sites, blogs and social networks.
Sputtr is a new site that allows you to use different search engines from a single page, and could be useful for those that don't want to have to open multiple browsers or tabs.
UK insurance comparison engine Confused.com has hit out at Direct Line over a recent TV advertising campaign that claims customers buying insurance via a comparison site could be missing out on additional benefits.
Direct Line's recent ad campaign has attempted to deter consumers from using price comparison sites by labelling them as 'middlemen' that add costs and complications for consumers.
Apple is said to be in talks with major Hollywood film studios about an online movie rental service. It already has tie-ups with Walt Disney and Paramount for downloads, and is now apparently looking to expand into rentals.
Britons aged 15 to 24 are 25 percent more likely to use the internet than the rest of the country - and social networking is among the strongest attractions, according the findings of a new report.
Those in this youngest age bracket also spent more time online than the average internet user, according to comScore's April figures.
Around half of all online purchases are preceded by a search, so landing pages can be vital to the success of your e-commerce plans.
The trick is to consider the mindset of your visitor and provide just enough information to persuade them to purchase, but not too much so that they are distracted.
Not content with a huge windfall from the sale of filtering company SurfControl, Steve Purdham has linked up with former Genesis frontman Peter Gabriel to launch a new music downloading venture.
We7, as it is called, allows fans to download music for free, as long as they are prepared to listen to 10-second ads attached to each song. The tracks then become ad-free after four weeks.
We caught up with Steve to ask about his plans for the service, and what interest he has managed to generate from labels and advertisers.
Coca-Cola has moved further into the realm of mobile marketing with the launch of a social networking site for young cellphone users.
Dubbed Sprite Yard, the site will allow members to create profiles, upload pictures and meet friends, and will initially target China and the US.
Amazon has extended its controversial patent on "1-Click" shopping to include items bought as gifts for others.
The original 1999 patent allowed customers to purchase products with just one click after entering their address and credit card details for upfront storage. but drew fire including a boycott when Amazon sued rival Barnes & Noble for using a similar method.
The businessman who pioneered UK online grocery shopping is moving on to head up the Dixons group.
John Browett was formerly chief executive at Tesco.com, which was launched in 1996 and has probably become the world's most successful online groceries retail operation.