A new survey shows nearly half of American Internet users used the Internet for help making major life decisions during the last two years.
A market forecast predicts that nearly 40 percent of U.S. households with broadband will subscribe to VoIP service by 2010.
Leading fast food company and designer of the Yourself!Fitness video game ink a deal which will make available special DVD versions based on the game in a new "Active" Happy Meal.
Leading search engine company and movie studio Columbia House team for a 24 day series of puzzles designed to "challenge movie fans of all ages".
Maker of popular online political parodies such as "This Land" debuts a new community which allows users to share joke emails with one another.
AOL has partered with China's Shanghai Media Group to create a Chinese version of AOL.COM aimed at Chinese speakers in the United States.
Real-estate research site Zillow.com plans to offer low-altitude photos of presidential neighborhoods in a new deal with Big Brother...er, Microsoft.
Venerable encyclopedia announces an in-depth Web feature covering one of the most tragic chapters in human history.
Internet portal Yahoo upgrades its travel-oriented offerings in a challenge to dedicated travel-planning sites.
Watch maker announces they've inked a deal with Amazon to have them host an e-commerce offering selling Timex's products.
Leading satellite radio provider announces their service will become a standard factory installed option in upcoming Lexus models.
Is your blog ready for the big time? BlogBurst's syndication service offers to put your blog entries in the pages of traditional media outlets around the world.
Fox is hiring a security czar from Microsoft to oversee child safety and other security efforts on the wildly popular MySpace.com and other Fox online properties.
Six shows made for mobile phones, handhelds, and the Internet have been nominated in their own "nontraditional platforms" Emmy category.
Two companies announce plans to launch a multi-platform horror and thriller network which will distribute content via the Internet and wireless, among other locations.