A survey suggests that Americans are beginning to use online shopping as an expression of not being, you know, in the mood. Here's the kicker: men use the excuse more than women.
New survey of 50,000 people worldwide shows consumers in Latin America, the Middle East, and China to be the heavy users of social-networking sites and blogs.
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In the latest legal turn, the Apple is accused of stealing Cequint's technology for its caller ID feature.
The lure of instant online shopping is made very clear by a survey that suggests 64 percent of women and 40 percent of men confess that shopping is a prime mood changer. But their shopping therapies differ.
Sales of Internet display ads rose 8.5 percent to an estimated $2.9 billion in the first three months of 2008, off their double-digit percentage growth of previous years.
Henry Blodget of Silicon Alley Insider examines Google's ad growth against those of 17 online and traditional media rivals.
Sony has challenged LG's recent study, which claims that 82 per cent of Australians prefer their Cinema 3D technology over rival active shutter options.
Automotive News reports on how well the Honda Insight and Toyota Prius are selling.
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