Anna Nicole Smith diaries sell for over $500,000

Anna Nicole Smith diaries sell for over $500,000
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Two diaries written by Anna Nicole Smith have sold on online auction site eBay for more than $500,000 to a German man planning to use them as the basis of a book, according to the memorabilia house that sold them.[Lees verder]

eBay software bargains and pitfalls
BOSTON (Reuters) – One of the cheapest places to buy software is on eBay, where merchants sell programs that come directly from manufacturers, saving them from paying a mark-up to distributors.[Lees verder]

Judge hits Vonage with injunction
ALEXANDRIA, Va (Reuters) – A federal judge dealt a blow to Vonage Holdings Corp. that sent its stock reeling on Friday, when he agreed to bar the company from using Internet phone call technology patented by Verizon Communications Inc.[Lees verder]

Many Americans see little point to Web: survey
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – A little under one-third of U.S. households have no Internet access and do not plan to get it, with most of the holdouts seeing little use for it in their lives, according to a survey released on Friday.[Lees verder]

Europe-wide weather alarm system launched
EL ESCORIAL, Spain (Reuters) – With climate change set to bring ever more frequent storms, floods and natural disasters, 21 European countries have created a unified weather alert system, its creators said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Wireless show to push mobile ads, shopping
NEW YORK (Reuters) – After cramming Web browsers, e-mail and music and video players into cell phones, the wireless industry is now trying to make more money by adding mobile advertising and credit-card shopping to handsets.[Lees verder]

Anna Nicole Smith diaries sell for over $500,000
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Two diaries written by Anna Nicole Smith have sold on online auction site eBay for more than $500,000 to a German man planning to use them as the basis of a book, according to the memorabilia house that sold them.[Lees verder]

eBay software bargains and pitfalls
BOSTON (Reuters) – One of the cheapest places to buy software is on eBay, where merchants sell programs that come directly from manufacturers, saving them from paying a mark-up to distributors.[Lees verder]

Judge hits Vonage with injunction
ALEXANDRIA, Va (Reuters) – A federal judge dealt a blow to Vonage Holdings Corp. that sent its stock reeling on Friday, when he agreed to bar the company from using Internet phone call technology patented by Verizon Communications Inc.[Lees verder]

Many Americans see little point to Web: survey
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – A little under one-third of U.S. households have no Internet access and do not plan to get it, with most of the holdouts seeing little use for it in their lives, according to a survey released on Friday.[Lees verder]

Europe-wide weather alarm system launched
EL ESCORIAL, Spain (Reuters) – With climate change set to bring ever more frequent storms, floods and natural disasters, 21 European countries have created a unified weather alert system, its creators said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Wireless show to push mobile ads, shopping
NEW YORK (Reuters) – After cramming Web browsers, e-mail and music and video players into cell phones, the wireless industry is now trying to make more money by adding mobile advertising and credit-card shopping to handsets.[Lees verder]