The perpetual job fair, oDesk, now certifies programmers and other technical experts.
oDesk, formerly a marketplace for hourly contractors, now has a fixed-price option.
One startup has made the shift from offering in-app sweepstakes to connecting talented developers with businesses.
Philip Rosedale takes the wraps off the latest entrance in the exploding market of P2P commerce companies.
The online marketplace for jobs that can be done on Office applications is like Elance, but just for work requiring the skilled use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
New "wide-sourcing" apps lower cost, improve timeliness of rote text jobs like translation and proofreading.
A baker's dozen of new Web services
From high-priced consulting to working as human OCR, here's 10 ways to stay home and earn money.
This year's Demo Spring conference has come to a close, and we take a minute to look back at some of our favorites.
Some tech companies are now monitoring literally every movement home-office employees make.