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  • Amazon.com is testing a new website design

     
    Amazon.com is testing a new website design. Could it be specially built to serve its (not-yet-announced) tablet?...
  • Amazon.com begins rolling out new homepage design

     
    Amazon.com has launched its new website design - to some users....
  • Social media -- if you 'like' jobs, you're in luck

     
    More and more companies want to use social media, and that's led to an increase in hiring in the field....
  • Facebook offering tickets with Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, others

     
    Five major ticketing services, including Ticketmaster, ScoreBig, StubHub, TicketFly and Eventbrite, are launching Facebook applications to be sell tickets to the social network's 800 million users....
  • Tough times in the porn industry

    On a recent Saturday night, Savannah Stern earned $300 to hang out for seven hours at a party in Santa Monica wearing nothing but a feather boa. The veteran of more than 350 hard-core pornography productions took the job to earn extra cash and to...
  • 7 trips you should never book online

    7 trips you should never book online
    Carolyn Fletcher's honeymoon started heading south the moment she and her husband landed in Cancun. No one was there to pick up the newlyweds. It took an hour for her to convince a van service to deliver them to their hotel. But when they checked into...
  • IPhone 3GS owners bemoan its battery life

    IPhone 3GS owners bemoan its battery life
    The new, high-octane iPhone 3GS is loaded with features that could light up your life -- but its battery isn't one of them. Buyers are finding that the device, introduced two weeks ago, has trouble making it through a workday without a rest stop at the...
  • Your tweets could earn you money

    An Orlando company's plans could change the face of Twitter, the fast-growing microblogging service that millions of people rely on for unbiased tips about movies, restaurants, gadgets and services. Later this month, a marketing firm called IZEA will...
  • Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink

    Book publishers see their role as gatekeepers shrink
    Joe Konrath can't wait for his books to go out of print. When that happens, the 40-year-old crime novelist plans to reclaim the copyrights from his publisher, Hyperion Books, and self-publish them on Amazon.com, Apple Inc.'s iBooks and other online...
  • More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS

    More for Your Money: Locating a travel, shopping or dining deal by GPS
    Checked in lately? On your smart phone, that is. If you had, you might have scored discounts on drinks, meals, shopping and other travel goodies just for letting friends and businesses know your whereabouts. Or even racked up points in a hotel's...
  • Prognosticating e-books in the new year

     
    It's a mad venture, looking into the future of e-books. Which is why we here at Jacket Copy are letting Sarah Rotman Epps and James McQuivey from Forrester Research carry the ball. They've blogged their 10 predictions for e-books and......