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.Com at 25: Clinton Mulls Net's Next Steps
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published March 17, 2010
To mark the 25th anniversary of the .com domain, former President Bill Clinton talks up the ways the Internet can be tapped for improving quality of life around the world.
Tags: Web, broadband, Internet freedom, dot-com, philanthropy
Dot-Com at 25: The Breakthrough That Changed Everything
By David Needle | Article Published March 15, 2010
ITIF report chronicles the past 25 years of .com's impact and lobbies for what it says is needed to ensure future progress.
Tags: Facebook, Internet, dot-com, Internet browser, ITIF
IT Worldwide on the Rebound
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published July 28, 2009
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is trumpeting the good news.
Tags: IT, research, dot-com, semiconductor
PC Sales Plunge
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published July 16, 2009
The desktop market suffered a jaw-dropping 18 percent year-over-year fall .
Tags: consumer, Intel, Dell, dot-com, desktop
IT Spending Shows Signs of Life
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published July 07, 2009
Several IT sectors are actually boosting spending this year, with a few surprises among the growth areas.
Tags: chips, dot-com, mergers, semiconductor
IT Spending Recovery a Year Away
By Judy Mottl | Article Published January 06, 2009
This recession won't be a repeat of the dot-com crash years, according to one industry watcher.
Tags: software, IT, research, dot-com, InternetNews.com
Three Ways SMBs Can Survive the Economic Meltdown
By Mike Elgan | Article Published October 07, 2008
You've heard most of these ideas before, but economic meltdowns have a funny way of making once-unthinkable changes suddenly appealing.
Tags: video, IT, stocks, dot-com, startups
Is It Time to Rethink IT's Priorities?
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published May 01, 2008
At Interop, Citrix's CEO explains why the industry needs major change before it can grow.
Tags: IT, economy, dot-com, Enterprise, InternetNews.com