Today Steve Jobs announced the iPad 2's official debut date, and it's available on both AT&T and Verizon networks.
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AT&T opened a mobile apps portal designed specifically to help small businesses find the right mobile tools for the job.
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The latest BlackBerry improves over its predecessor by adding Wi-Fi and tethering, plus an attractive price.
Verizon Wireless confirms plans to sell netbooks with a monthly mobile broadband service plan.
Google Checkout is now easier to use with the open source commerce platform, and its new features support subscriptions.
Web-store owners with lots of product categories can benefit from a customized, affordable catalog.
Caspio Bridge Online 4.0 lets you create and launch a database on your Web site in minutes with no programming.
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Online wine sales create a buzz in the marketplace, with vignettes straight from the vine.
New search engine, Big Daddy, gives pay-per-click currency to members while Web registry company GoDaddy.com announces credit-card processing with Fast Transact.
With a lot of hustle and a little cash a young eco-entrepreneur launches new site.
Folks on the frontline say the new online transaction service is netting sales and cutting sales costs.
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A tax incentive for small businesses allows deductions for tech spending.
An affordable, reliable Web demo tool that can help boost sales and cut travel costs. Plus, you can master it in minutes.
A crucial hub for the Catholic Church goes digital to streamline operations.
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