Results for August 2009
  • Study: Number of Search Queries Worldwide Skyrocketing
    Worldwide, those who think consumers are doing less exploring online had better ...
  • CBSSports and SI Play Ball
    The Sports Illustrated Group and CBS Interactive's CBSSports.com announced a distribution partnership ...
  • Twitter 'Probably' Worth $5 Billion
    Here we go again will the astronomical valuations. This time it's Twitter, ...
  • Wal-Mart Takes On Amazon, eBay
    Amazon and eBay have some serious competition now that Wal-Mart is letting ...
  • One Man's Mission To Take Down Google
    The Times takes us inside the mind of Microsoft's Google slayer, Qi ...
  • Wikipedia To Color-Code Accuracy
    Here's a feature the entire Web could use: Wikipedia plans to begin ...
  • Inspiring Yahoo To Be Great Again
    Angel investor Esther Dyson has some advice for Yahoo, which she argues ...
  • Time Tests Co-Branded Sponsorships
    Time.com is all about co-branded sponsorships with its new and highly experimental ...
  • Fashion eTailer Raises New Round Of Financing
    Personalized fashion e-tailer myShape.com has raised $10.5 million of a new $12 ...
  • Buzz Catches Two From MTV
    Buzz Media, the pop culture media network formerly known as Buzznet, has ...
  • Facebook's Mobile App Pretty Good, But Still No Twitter Threat
    Facebook's overhauled 3.0 iPhone app is officially live, but speculation that this ...
  • Get Ready For Micro-Gate
    That Microsoft, and various other Google rivals, would like nothing more than ...
  • Google Maps Improves The View From The Ground
    Google Maps has made a few changes to its Street View feature, ...
  • Investors Pool Resources For Skype
    Have any interest in a slightly used peer-to-peer Internet telephony service? It's ...
  • What's For Lunch At Facebook HQ?
    Quartered black mission figs with delicately rolled Serrano ham. Miniature beef meatballs ...
  • Explosives? There's An App For That
    Jam-packed with pioneering design and technology, it's a wonder that anything could ...
  • Study: The Whole World Is Watching (Online Video)
    A whopping 158 million U.S. Internet users -- or 80% of the ...
  • Time Warner Exec Named AOL CFO
    AOL on Thursday named one of its former financial directors, Arthur Minson, ...
  • Critics of Google's Mortgage-Quote Gambit Missing The Point
    Just when you thought Google couldn't work another pet project into the ...
  • Google Opening Up AdSense
    For the first time ever, Google plans to open up AdSense to ...
  • Hasty Google Binds Book Market
    As the debate rages over Google's book search program, the merits of ...
  • Facebook Tests Social Currency
    With a population bigger than most countries, it only makes sense that ...
  • Freeing Workers' Web Browsers
    Slate -- once owned by Internet Explorer-maker Microsoft -- asks why so ...
  • Translation: Facebook Seeks Control Over System
    Facebook is apparently trying to patent the process of crowd-sourcing the translation ...
  • Rubicon Project Taps Former-Google Exec
    Ad technology firm The Rubicon Project has tapped Kaylie Smith, former head ...
  • UM Checking Twice, Using Double Verify To Track Campaigns
    Interpublic's Universal McCann has tapped digital media-verification company DoubleVerify to better vet ...
  • Hyperdistribution Vs. The Pay-Wall
    The moment Rupert Murdoch fixed his pit bull-like grip on the idea ...
  • Calling For An End To Remnant Pricing
    Jim Spanfeller, the outgoing president and CEO of Forbes.com, argues that there ...
  • Following The Followed On Twitter
    A "secret ratio" has emerged among Twitter users to determine who is ...
  • Getting The Bugs Out Of Twitter
    UK-based SEO specialist Dave Naylor has exposed a Twitter "scripting vulnerability," which ...