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Saturday, July 10, 2010

Video use on phones still trails forecasts

In a series of TV ads in 1993, AT&T pitched a vision of a near-future absolutely brimming with live video communication.

From a busy mom tucking her kids in bed from a video phone booth to a student quizzing a professor about the history of jazz from across the country, narrator Tom Selleck confidently promised that "You will!" soon be doing all those Jetsonian tricks.

Kurt Scherf, principal analyst with market research firm Parks Associates, said a study done by his firm in ...read more

Monday, August 18, 2008

Two thirds of corporations pay no income tax at all

 82 Percent of Americans are online, according to a May survey by the research firm Parks Associates, up from 41.5 percent in 2000.

Should the fact McCain, 71, is Internet illiterate be an issue in presidential politics? (In July he told the New York Times, "I don't e-mail" and that he has people surf the Web for him.)

From the article, "Two thirds of corporations pay no income tax at all" by John Eby

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