Israel-based company, which provides a cloud-based tool that lets individuals and businesses build sites, says it has achieved sequential subscriber growth in the past 14 consecutive quarters.
Experimental browser plug-in aims to connect the Web with language to help users perform common Web tasks more quickly and easily.
New services from fledging start-ups enable people to build Web applications themselves, which pundits say will unleash creativity.
We sift through the Web to find seven of the most awesome do-it-yourself USB drives out there.
Conduit offers an easy do-it-yourself platform to create an HTML5-based mobile Web site and apps for the different platforms. The cherry on top: the company is offering to pay the fees to get your app submitted for approval--for now.
Logitech is trying its hand at the do-it-yourself video security market with its new Alert security system, which starts at $300 and includes free Web-based monitoring.
Start-up officially launching Monday aims to personalize the $10 billion annual printed stationary market with do-it-yourself design sourced on the Web.
Web villains post do-it-yourself phishing kits to help any amateur become an online con artist.
America Online has begun linking to H&R Block's tax preparation service through its network of sites, the companies announced Wednesday. Users of AOL's proprietary service, as well as users of Netscape, CompuServe and AOL.com Web sites, can access H&R Block's services through co-branded sites. H&R Block is offering a range of online tax preparation services through the sites, including do-it-yourself online tax forms, professional review of taxpayer prepared forms, and professional tax preparation. The co-branded tax preparation sites are part of a multiyear agreement that AOL Time Warner and H&R Block announced in August.
Thousands of laid-off technology workers in Colorado got new reading material Wednesday, when a local Web design firm launched LaidOffColorado.com. Boulder-based Insight Designs Web Solutions created the site as a "resource for what the heck to do with yourself now," including links to classified job listings, inexpensive entertainment options, volunteer positions and a "whine & cheese room" for virtual kvetching. The site is the newest symbol of the tough times facing Colorado, which has more tech and telecom workers per capita than any other state. Research labs, software developers and telecommunications companies in the state's tech corridor between Denver and Fort Collins have laid off thousands of workers, causing the statewide unemployment rate to surge 30.8 percent in the first nine months of 2001.