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User interface guru Larry Tesler appraises iOS 7

Former Apple chief scientist Larry Tesler and user interface head at Amazon and Yahoo likes the latest version of iOS despite some annoying issues, such as the wiggle mode.

By September 26, 2013


Rethinking the DMCA

At its inception, many people called it a lousy law. CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says that proved to be too charitable an appraisal.

By April 8, 2005


eBay sees worth in appraisal service

Although its last online appraisal partner shut down, the big auction site signs a new deal--even though demand for the services in general has been limited.

May 1, 2002


Online appraisal company closes shop

Chicago-based Eppraisals.com--which signed a deal in March to promote its services on auction leader eBay--has shut down, according to a message on the company's Web site.

June 8, 2001


Yahoo to offer online appraisals on auction site

The portal giant announces that it is teaming up with Eppraisals.com to offer online appraisals for its auction sellers.

July 10, 2000


The last dot-com victim: Truth

After disclosures about how investment analysts really felt about the Internet companies they followed during the go-go days, CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says it's time for another appraisal of that era.

By April 19, 2002


AuctionWatch to launch online appraisal service

In an announcement to be made tomorrow, the company will offer to value items for $19.95, with the help of several appraisers who formerly worked for eBay and Butterfield & Butterfield.

December 7, 1999


Taking B2B beyond the hype

eConnections CEO Robert Rodin offers a sober but upbeat appraisal of the future for the supply-chain management and business-to-business software sectors.

August 21, 2001


eBay inks deal with Eppraisals.com

eBay signed a deal with Chicago-based Eppraisals.com to offer appraisal services to the auction giant's members. Eppraisals will provide potential bidders an assessment of items listed on eBay and will appraise merchandise for sellers interested in listing items on eBay. Eppraisals will charge between $10 and $20 for its services, which will debut on eBay on Monday. Eppraisals teamed up with Yahoo last year to offer appraisal services to Yahoo's auction members. But that deal expired last month. Eppraisals and eBay executives declined to give details on the length or financial arrangements of their agreement.

March 2, 2001


Short Take: B2B exchange inks deal with Fleet Capital

Business-to-business marketplace eSprocket has announced an alliance with Fleet Capital, which will handle financing, appraisal and inspection services, enabling eSprocket customers in the capital equipment industry to negotiate complex sales transactions. Fleet Capital is the second-largest bank-owned commercial finance company in the United States, with over $20 billion in assets and more than 50 offices.

August 28, 2000