Thursday, October 27, 2005

Headlines for 27 October 2005

Internet to ask, 'How may I serve you?'
Google Base goes far beyond an Ebay competitor
Web Threats Keep Users Away
AOL Adds New RSS Content to Its Video Search Engine
Uphill battle for copyright protection in China
Who Owns XML?
Nasdaq reports profit, raises guidance
Bill Gates: "In 5 years, 40 to 50% of people will read their news online."
Standard & Poor’s lowers N.Y. Times Co. long-term ratings
Ontology Tools Survey, Revisited
McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine Forms Alliance With Center for the Advancement of Health
The Wall Street Journal Online Announces 2005 Open House To Drive New Subscriptions and Ads
GeoTrust Expands TrustWatch Search Engine; Now Verifies Content Sites in Addition to e-Commerce Sites
Autonomy's Consumer Division Announces Creation of Conceptual Index of World Wide Web Content Expands to Participate in Chinese Internet Market Growth, Leading Free Local Online Classifieds Provider, Secures $4.85 Million in Series B Funding

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