Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz knows how to lob an f-bomb, and I can understand her frustration after being questioned by Michael Arrington. But the cuss words can’t detract from the weakness of […]
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Seems like every time you turn around you hear the word webinar. All it means is a seminar or presentation that’s held on the Web, but to me it also means, “I’m […]
Google announced last week that it was starting to do full encryption for some search services. This shouldn’t be surprising to those folks who use GMail, as Google started doing full encryption […]
GOOGLE and ADMOB sittin’ in a TREE, unopposed by the F-T-C. Details: http://www.emarketer.com/blog/index.php/deal-ftc-approves-googles-acquisition-admob/ From ArtDaily: “Mexican Codices will be Digitalized for their Study”. The National Library of Medicine has launched a new […]
Google announced yesterday Google TV, which is partially about television and partly about Android and partly about Google crawling out of your computer devices and into your living room. (Did anyone else […]