Monthly Archives: July 2006

Returning Stuff That Works

A recent study conducted by the Technical University of Eindhoven in the Netherlands claims that close to half of all the products returned in...

Photo Sites the Rage

We’ve covered the phenomenon that is online social networking/photo sites and quietly wondered at what point the craze might begin to die down. The...

Mobile Advertising Ramps Up

As the base of cell phone users continues to grow at an unprecedented rate (over 2.29 billion mobile users worldwide), a major mobile advertising...

Memory Market Explodes

How much more growth can be reasonably expected in the memory market moving forward? Well, according to those in the know-how about 32GB flash...

Growing Pains Still Haunt E-Commerce

Despite what have been rather dramatic growth numbers in the e-commerce world over the course of the last 10 years, many retailers are still...

Blimp Pimping

When we thought about this one for a minute the only real question to ask is, “What took so long?” Advertising on the sides...

Digi Clothes Worth a Look

We’ve seen several clothing manufacturers entering the Technology-Enabled Clothing (TEC) market and some of the stuff we’ve eyed recently makes a lot of sense....

Photokina 2006: Viva la Difference

Running from September 26 to October 1, Photokina 2006 has added several new aspects to this year’s show. Chief among them are conferences and...

New Pricing Rules for Retailers

A new price-optimization software produced by a Silicon Valley firm called DemandTec may be changing pricing strategies at retail. The software actually uses complex...

Digital Security Cam

Video surveillance for the home market has always been a costly venture to consider. Even low-end, entry-level equipment usually started at around $2500. Well,...