Amazon.com selling veggies, eggs, more under pilot

Amazon.com selling veggies, eggs, more under pilot
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Amazon.com is going to the farm — literally — under a pilot program to sell fresh food like eggs, vegetables and fish.[Lees verder]

Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – After years of socializing, Facebook and MySpace mean business. The sites, which started as a way to help people stay connected with friends, in the past year have begun catering to professionals, offering networking and advertising opportunities.[Lees verder]

News Corp. pledged $2.5 mln to DJ watchdog’s group
BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Thursday it did not know that one of the people named to protect its editorial independence after it becomes part of News Corp runs a foundation that received a donation pledge of $2.5 million from News Corp.[Lees verder]

Google spending hundreds of millions on mobile: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in its cell phone project and is courting U.S. and European mobile operators, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Halt “high risk” e-voting: British watchdog
LONDON (Reuters) – Trials of Internet voting at elections should be halted until officials address serious concerns over costs and the risk of fraud, Britain’s election watchdog said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Siskel, Ebert, Roeper critiques hit Web
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – As many as 5,000 clips featuring film reviews by Roger Ebert, Gene Siskel, Richard Roeper and guests of their movie commentary show will be available online starting Thursday.[Lees verder]

Internet hostile to Belarus: president
MINSK (Reuters) – President Alexander Lukashenko said the Internet was full of sites hostile to Belarus and a law was needed to end such anarchy, local news agency BelTA reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Manchester United sign nine-year-old YouTube wonder kid
LONDON (Reuters) – Manchester United have signed a gifted nine-year-old after his grandfather sent the Premier League champions a DVD showcasing the boy’s talents which has become a YouTube sensation.[Lees verder]

Amazon.com selling veggies, eggs, more under pilot
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Amazon.com is going to the farm — literally — under a pilot program to sell fresh food like eggs, vegetables and fish.[Lees verder]

Web networking boom blasts into the workplace
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – After years of socializing, Facebook and MySpace mean business. The sites, which started as a way to help people stay connected with friends, in the past year have begun catering to professionals, offering networking and advertising opportunities.[Lees verder]

News Corp. pledged $2.5 mln to DJ watchdog’s group
BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co Inc said on Thursday it did not know that one of the people named to protect its editorial independence after it becomes part of News Corp runs a foundation that received a donation pledge of $2.5 million from News Corp.[Lees verder]

Google spending hundreds of millions on mobile: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in its cell phone project and is courting U.S. and European mobile operators, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Halt “high risk” e-voting: British watchdog
LONDON (Reuters) – Trials of Internet voting at elections should be halted until officials address serious concerns over costs and the risk of fraud, Britain’s election watchdog said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Siskel, Ebert, Roeper critiques hit Web
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – As many as 5,000 clips featuring film reviews by Roger Ebert, Gene Siskel, Richard Roeper and guests of their movie commentary show will be available online starting Thursday.[Lees verder]

Internet hostile to Belarus: president
MINSK (Reuters) – President Alexander Lukashenko said the Internet was full of sites hostile to Belarus and a law was needed to end such anarchy, local news agency BelTA reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Manchester United sign nine-year-old YouTube wonder kid
LONDON (Reuters) – Manchester United have signed a gifted nine-year-old after his grandfather sent the Premier League champions a DVD showcasing the boy’s talents which has become a YouTube sensation.[Lees verder]