8 Jul 2005


NetImperative: Search marketing agency Greenlight has launched a Pay-Per-Call service aimed at UK advertisers. Pay-per-call is billed as an alternative to traditional pay-per-click search advertising. The advertiser is only required to pay for the adverts that result
8 Jul 2005

Interactive Concerts

TMCnet: Verizon Wireless, owner and operator of the nation’s most reliable wireless network, and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino today announced a partnership that will bring top tier music artists and interactive wireless technology to Las Vegas.
8 Jul 2005

Well Wishes

DailyCandy: Let’s face it. E-cards meet a need. When, say, you forget your brother’s birthday. And when you throw a Bachelor finale party for your pals. But those fast and free messages don’t make anyone sentimental. Nothing
8 Jul 2005

Wearing Music

Popgadget: Snap, by Design Continuum, is a wrist-worn MP3 player controlled by simple hand gestures and audio feedback. By monitoring the movement of tendons in your wrist, the device “reads” the hand gestures that control its playback,
6 Jul 2005

Functional Sweets

Iconoculture: Sometimes, more is more. We want our indulgences, but we want to look and feel better, too. Delivering it all in one tasty package makes consumers smile – and keep on chomping. Sweet news for the
3 Jul 2005

CoolBusinessIdeas Newsletter Issue 19

CoolBusinessIdeas Newsletter Issue 19: 20/06/05 – 03/07/05 New Business Ideas/Opportunities Featured In This Issue: MOBILE Simple Phones Vodafone is getting back to basics – big screens and large buttons. O-Synchronized O-Sync interplays between the Web and your
3 Jul 2005

Half The Price

Entrepreneur.com: Gift certificates have always been ideal for gift giving, but now they’re becoming even better for self-indulgence–at half the price. Eric Diamond, 33, spent a decade working tech-related jobs before figuring out a way to combine
2 Jul 2005

eMall Commerce

NYTimes.com: A new shopping complex in Ohio will try to combine the convenience of online stores with the hands-on experience of browsing at a mall. Sometime near the end of 2006, the complex, called Epicenter, is scheduled

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2 Jul 2005

Pizza, Anyone?

Springwise: Invented in Italy (where else), cone shaped pizzas — think pizza slice meets ice cream cone — are the latest fast food craze. Kono Pizza offers the convenience of eating on the move without making a
1 Jul 2005

Social Searching

TechnologyReview.com: Google’s personalized search uses an individual’s search history to help tweak search results. For instance, if a person has looked for cars extensively in the past, a search for “Jaguar” will return car sites rather than
1 Jul 2005

Personalization Business

TrendBlog: It probably started in high school. You did not want to look like everybody else anymore. You colored your hair and decorated your jeans jacket. And now you can even customize your own sneakers on certain
1 Jul 2005

More Than Plain Gray

TheDailyTimes.com: Homeowners who want something other than plain gray curbing in their landscape now have a myriad of options thanks to a new Blount County business. Johnny Bishop, owner of Curb Appeal, said, “We mainly do decorative