Wednesday, April 27, 2005


RealNetworks Tries Giving Away Music
RealNetworks, an online music service that lets computer users listen to songs, introduced a service that allows nonsubscribers to listen to 25 songs free each month.
By SAUL HANSELL

Small Business Bets Big on Technology, Study Says
A survey showed that 81 percent of small businesses polled said they planned to increase their technology spending an average 20 percent.
By EVE TAHMINCIOGLU

SBC's Earnings Fall 54%Despite Higher Sales
SBC Communications said that sales rose as more customers bought wireless service and high-speed Internet access.
By BLOOMBERG NEWS

The Matrix Ever-Loaded: Online Game for the Committed
The launch of Matrix Online is the biggest splash yet in the business of massive multiplayer games. Unlike online console games, MMG’s make money through subscriptions, which can be lucrative if the companies can keep their costs down.
By ROBERT LEVINE

Microsoft Releases Software for 64-Bit Computer Systems
Microsoft will begin selling new versions of its Windows operating system that take full advantage of high-performance computers that run 64-bit processors.
By LAURIE J. FLYNN

Transit News Is a Click Away, and About 5 Years Behind Schedule
A new, publicly financed Web site offers up-to-date information on highway, traffic and transit conditions, but the road to its creation has been long and circuitous.
By SEWELL CHAN

Newspapers Find National Ads a Tough Sell
Some companies are pulling back on advertising in nationally circulated newspapers in favor of the narrowly focused ads proliferating online.
By NAT IVES

Microsoft Weighs Reversal on Gay Rights, Gates Says
The founder of Microsoft has indicated he may reconsider his company's decision not to support a Washington State gay rights bill.
By SARAH KERSHAW

MCI on a Roll as Bidding War Shows No Sign of Ending
Have Verizon Communications and Qwest Communications been overtaken by irrational exuberance in their pursuit of MCI?
By KEN BELSON and MATT RICHTEL

Art That Puts You in the Picture, Like It or Not
All the annoyances of interactive art (prurience, ritual, ungraciousness and moral superiority) are on display at the 2005 Boston Cyberarts Festival.
By SARAH BOXER

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