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  • / Technology

    Sun Microsystems posts gloomy site traffic, but Toshiba surges forward

    April was not a bright month when it came to traffic to Sun Microsystems. It posted a 25% drop in visitors compared to a year earlier. It was a different story at Toshiba, which computed an 84% rise in visitors, Nielsen Online says.

    Posted 06/05/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    April was not a bright month when it came to traffic to Sun Microsystems. It posted a 25% drop in visitors compared to a year earlier. It was a different story at Toshiba, which computed an 84% rise in visitors, Nielsen Online says.
  • / Technology

    Prospect of high gas prices could push consumers to shop more online

    In a survey earlier this week by Shopzilla, 50% of consumers said higher gasoline prices will make them shop online somewhat more (29.27%) or a lot more (20.34%). With oil at $75 a barrel, some forecasters see gasoline at $4 a gallon by summer.

    Posted 04/21/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    In a survey earlier this week by Shopzilla, 50% of consumers said higher gasoline prices will make them shop online somewhat more (29.27%) or a lot more (20.34%). With oil at $75 a barrel, some forecasters see gasoline at $4 a gallon by summer.
  • ImprintStore.com begins selling energy products

    ImprintStore.com has opened an online Energy Conservation Store featuring products related to energy conservation.

    Posted 03/05/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    ImprintStore.com has opened an online Energy Conservation Store featuring products related to energy conservation.
  • / Technology

    PFSweb sales up, but new eCost.com arm sales down

    Sales for Q1 2006 at e-commerce and fulfillment provider PFSweb increased 35% to $110.7 million. However, its eCost.com subsidiary saw sales drop 57% to $35 million.

    Posted 05/16/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Sales for Q1 2006 at e-commerce and fulfillment provider PFSweb increased 35% to $110.7 million. However, its eCost.com subsidiary saw sales drop 57% to $35 million.
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    iProspect expands its range with acquisition

    Search engine marketing firm iProspect has acquired search and interactive marketing agency Range Online Media. Range’s clients include Calvin Klein, Macys.com and Toshiba. The companies did not reveal the purchase price.

    Posted 09/11/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    Search engine marketing firm iProspect has acquired search and interactive marketing agency Range Online Media. Range’s clients include Calvin Klein, Macys.com and Toshiba. The companies did not reveal the purchase price.
  • Shell builds service stations on the information superhighway

    More than 250 Shell stations have created web sites that offer promotions and directions to the station under a corporate-sponsored Internet program that launched in January.

    Posted 04/30/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    More than 250 Shell stations have created web sites that offer promotions and directions to the station under a corporate-sponsored Internet program that launched in January.
  • / Press Release

    Shell Oil Selects IBM to Pilot Wireless Gas Station

    New e-business-based management systems linked to enterprise data will enable remote monitoring to improve operations in a service station network. Houston, Sept. 27, 2001 Shell Oil Company has selected IBM as lead integrator for its e-Station prototype, to be conducted in the U.S. Shells e-station will leverage IBM expertise and wireless technology to link company-operated retail locations with corporate systems, helping Shell to monitor and...

    Posted 09/27/2001

    New e-business-based management systems linked to enterprise data will enable remote monitoring to improve operations in a service station network. Houston, Sept. 27, 2001 Shell Oil Company has selected IBM as lead integrator for its e-Station prototype, to be conducted in the U.S. Shells e-station…
  • / Press Release

    Speedway SuperAmerica LLC Join Forces with Info Touch Technologies to Deploy Self-Serve Terminals

    Burnaby, BC, January 17, 2005 M–Info Touch Technologies Corp. (TSX-V: IFT) today announced a test market deployment of self-service automated touch-screen kiosks in 26 Speedway SuperAmerica LLC store locations in Dayton, Ohio. Powered by Info Touch’s industry leading Premiere software (powered by Surfnet), the terminals will initially provide customers with convenient access to a wide variety of services including: bill payment, (using cash and...

    Posted 01/21/2005

    Burnaby, BC, January 17, 2005 M–Info Touch Technologies Corp. (TSX-V: IFT) today announced a test market deployment of self-service automated touch-screen kiosks in 26 Speedway SuperAmerica LLC store locations in Dayton, Ohio. Powered by Info Touch’s industry leading Premiere software (powered…
  • / Press Release

    Toshiba Computer Systems Division Selects Truition as Vendor of Choice for New eCommerce Solutions

    Truition to Develop Toshiba Online Auction Marketplace and eBay Distribution Platform (Toronto, Canada and London, UK – September 27, 2005) - Truition Inc., a provider of hosted eCommerce solutions for online sellers, today announced that Toshiba Computer Systems, a leading vendor for mobile computing solutions, has chosen Truition as its technology and services provider for the creation of a Toshiba online auction marketplace and eBay...

    Posted 09/27/2005

    Truition to Develop Toshiba Online Auction Marketplace and eBay Distribution Platform (Toronto, Canada and London, UK – September 27, 2005) - Truition Inc., a provider of hosted eCommerce solutions for online sellers, today announced that Toshiba Computer Systems, a leading vendor for mobile…
  • / Press Release

    Digital River Launches Co-Branded Online Store for Toshiba`s Digital Products Division

    Offers thousands of software titles for immediate download on Toshiba laptop computers MINNEAPOLIS, August 19, 2004-- Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV ), a global leader in e-commerce outsourcing, today announced that it signed an online retail agreement with Toshiba`s Digital Products Division (DPD), a world leader in laptop computers and division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. Based on the agreement, Digital River recently built...

    Posted 08/19/2004

    Offers thousands of software titles for immediate download on Toshiba laptop computers MINNEAPOLIS, August 19, 2004-- Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV ), a global leader in e-commerce outsourcing, today announced that it signed an online retail agreement with Toshiba`s Digital Products Division…

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