Technology rules. OK?
- IT'S U.S. VS. JAPAN, AND NOT IN THE OLYMPICS. Taschek, John // eWeek;10/02/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 40, p89
Comments on Japan's efforts to wrest control of telecommunications from the United States. Introduction of a so-far-substance-free plan; United States-based high-technology industry's development of new technologies that eventually end up competing with one another; Impact of the Digital...
- Futurist Envisions a Whole New Business World. Young, Deborah // Wireless Review;09/15/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 18, p8
Deals with the predictions of James Canton, Institute for Global Futures president, on high-technology trends in telecommunications. Features of the hybrid teleservices envisioned by Canton; Transformation of how businesses and consumers interact; Way customers can impact wireless businesses;...
- Research Briefs. Dugan, Sean M. // InfoWorld;07/05/99, Vol. 21 Issue 27, p18
Presents information on high technology industries based on market researchers' surveys. Predicted growth of Internet commerce by 2003; Projected increase in groupware users by 2003; Increase in the number of mobile phone customers using personal communication services by 1999.
- Smart Card Adoption Model: Social and Ethical Perspectives. Taherdoost, Hamed; Sahibuddin, Shamsul; Namayandeh, Meysam; Jalaliyoon, Neda; Kalantari, Alaeddin; Chaeikar, Saman Shojae // International Journal of Research & Reviews in Computer Science;Sep2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p1792
In the current growth of information technology (IT), without realizing, smart cards have been brought as an ideal device for any transaction such as transportation, healthcare, ecommerce, telecommunication, banking and many other applications. Smart card improved the quality of services in...
- The Telephone Fights Back. Berendt, Annalise // Telecommunications - International Edition;Nov98, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p28
Provides information on V-Commerce Alliance, a consortium of technology software, infrastructure and service companies that offer advanced communication systems. Members of the alliance; Technology used by V-Commerce; Estimated value of goods and services that will be exchanged through the...
- DOT.COM CRASH PADS. Sverdlik, Alan // Atlanta;Jan2003, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p26
Reports on effects of a decline in high-technology on the electronic commerce industry in Atlanta, Georgia. Effect on the change on the rate of employment in the city; Problem faced by business entrepreneurs; Alternatives employed by several entrepreneurs to tackle the problem.
- Alliance To Unveil Open Voice Platform. Duvall, Mel // Inter@ctive Week;06/21/99, Vol. 6 Issue 25, p26
Details the standard for voice-enabled electronic commerce applications released by the V-Commerce Alliance. Completion of the Open Voice Framework; Support of Nuance Communications company for the initiative.
- Dot.com Cowboys Wrangline in E-Commerce. Kennedy, Joyce Lain // San Diego Business Journal;08/09/99, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p57
Responds to inquiries on seeking employment opportunities in the electronic commerce industry. High-technology regions other than California's Silicon Valley that offer job opportunities; Value of securing information on the industry from Internet magazines, newspaper business pages and general...
- Bits. // Adweek Eastern Edition;12/6/1999, Vol. 40 Issue 49, p46
Reports on developments in the electronic-commerce and high-technology sectors of the United States as of December 6, 1999. Relocation of Aureate Media to Mountain View, California; Partnerships to expand Spinner.com's Playlist-to-Go service; Advertisements served by EchoBuzz to its target...