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The effectiveness of Google is unrivalled in the Search marketplace but there is a high level of concern among businesses about the search engine's unprecedented power, according to new research.
eBay has partnered with the Mozilla Foundation to offer a new browser extension that could bring retailers more traffic.
The Firefox Companion for eBay entered an alpha test phase, inviting help from "experienced eBay users".
The UK government must do more to ensure consumers get broadband well in excess of the speeds offered by today's packages, according to a telecoms advisory group.
Although 50% of all adults live in a home with 'broadband', according to a recent Ofcom report, the Broadband Stakeholders Group warned that current speeds will be too slow to handle the requirements of the most bandwidth-hungry businesses by 2012.
Thomson Directories, the local listings provider with the blue cat, is branching into pay-per-click online advertising.
Through a service called The Online Agency, it aims to simplify search marketing ad buying on Google and Yahoo! for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME).
Google has finally launched a UK version of its Checkout online payments processing platform.
The service is designed to compete with PayPal in the market to mediate customer-to-merchant transactions.
The UK dropped out of the top twelve spam relaying countries in the first quarter of this year, according to security firm Sophos.
Britain now accounts for 2.2% of messages caught by Sophos’ global anti-spam network, falling to 13th position from tenth in the first three months of 2006.
Microsoft will roll out a new version of its adCenter search marketing system in around a month, according to one paid search professional claiming inside knowledge.
Jay Bregman is one of the founders of eCourier, a hi-tech start-up targeting London's often-inefficient courier industry. It cuts costs by supporting online orders and tracking, as well as using software to automatically match couriers and customers.
We spoke to Jay about eCourier's benefits for online retailers - including potentially offering lower-cost same-day delivery.
London attracted a record number of investments from Silicon Valley IT firms last year, according to new data.
Think London, the agency responsible for promoting the capital to overseas investors, said 2006 saw 250 such investments, up 40% on the previous year - and technology is largely responsible.