About Autumn Davis

Autmn Davis is a staff writer for WebProNews covering ebusiness and technology.
Top 20 U.S. Websites

The results are in! The names of the top 20 U.S. domains have been released, and you might have guessed the winner.

AOL Tells True Stories

AOL appeals to a different demographic of online movie buyers with the release of the documentary download site “True Stories”.

Microsoft Enters The Soapbox Derby

Microsoft makes the announcement that it’s online video uploading site Soapbox will not be part of the Windows Live brand.

Perfected Plugg’d Podcast Search

Audio and visual search start-up Pluggd claims they have perfected their product. What does this mean for competing sites?

Yahoo! Gets Tackled By Brady

New England Patriots Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady sues Yahoo! over the use of his image.

Search Over: James Kim Located

In a tragic turn of events putting the two week long man hunt to an end, the body of CNET editor James Kim has been located.

Moving On Up: Online Ad Spending

Budgets for online advertising get a major lift in 2006.

Google Aims For The BSkyB

Search engine giant Google announces a deal with United Kingdom media site BSkyB, creating a global partnership.

Baidu Means Business

Top Chinese search engine Baidu gains popularity among the big names in business and technology.

Zune Drops To Fifth In Market Sales

After a promising start for the Microsoft Zune player, market sales dropped drastically.

Jaman To Global Videos

New online video downloading site Jaman targets the international market.

MySpace Phishes For The Worm

MySpace hooks the phising sites by removing the worm from user profiles.

Baidu Targets Japanese Market

Top Chinese search engine, Baidu, announced plans on Monday to enter the Japanese market in the near future.

Update: Apple iPhone Details

New details emerge regarding the specifics of the Apple iPhone; Palm CEO says it is no threat.

AOL Latino: Free To Tango

AOL Spanish-language portal dubbed “AOL Latino” is finally made available to users at no cost.

Is Nike+iPod Sports Kit Tracking You?

Researchers at the University of Washington report findings that the Apple Nike+iPod Sports Kit can be used as a tracking device.

AOL Video’s Merry Movie Christmas

AOL Video says Merry Christmas to customers of their online video service by giving away free movies.

Live, From New York, It’s Saturday Night Webcast

NBC executives are publicly contemplating webcasting the Friday night rehearsals of the popular sketch comedy show, “Sautrday Night Live”.

The Myth, The Legend, The iPhone

It’s true! Apple’s application to obtain a patent, to protect a new device which they described as a combination of a mobile phone and an iPod, was made public yesterday.

The Grinch That Taxed Christmas

If you are an avid online holiday shopper, enjoy making some purchases tax-free while you still can.

Google Aids Visually Impaired Searching

Google enhances features of its search engine to accommodate visually impaired user queries.

Google Travels To India

Google search engine is now available to subscribers of Indian mobile phone company, Airtel.

$100 Linux Laptops Have Arrived

The One Laptop Per Child project received its first shipment of $100 Linux laptops yesterday, making the dream of providing free laptops to children around the world a reality.

Sex Sells On Social Networking Sites

Companies have turned to the popularity of online social networking sites to help market their campaigns.