Spring Audio Capitalizing on the Web
June 1, 2001

By David Dritsas Internet-based products have had a rough year. 3Com backed quickly out of the Internet appliance market and signed the death tag for Kerbango's Internet Radio Service, while other Internet terminal devices quietly lost steam. Meanwhile, the promises of distributing digital content to the masses have been disrupted by the courts, copyright law and the collapse of major providers of broadband DSL. As the dust settles, there are still products entering the market that are capitalizing the Internet, but are using a more conservative approach. Perhaps the problem that lay in the failures of 3Com's Audrey, Kerbango's Internet Radio and products like it was

rEtailing - New Sites, New Services
February 1, 2001

By Tatyana Sinioukov Last month seemed to be a busy one for e-tailers. During the 2001 International CES, a number of e-tailers had relaunched their Web sites, introduced new categories of consumer electronics on their sites, and partnered to offer new e-commerce services., a b-2-b Internet exchange for excess consumer goods, launched its consumer electronics category at CES. The new category now hosts about 500 electronic product listings, which represents about 50 million in inventory, the company said. The new category includes cameras, PDAs, cell phones, CD players and more, in major brands. Allmystuff, a provider of product ownership services for manufacturers and retailers, announced