ROSS FADNER

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Results for July 2007
  • Could Tur Bring YouTube Down?
    Bob Tur filed a lawsuit against YouTube for copyright infringement, ast July--months ...
  • Giving Search A "Semantic" Understanding
    Search startup Hakia is creating what it likes to call "semantic" search, ...
  • Google May Build Wireless Network
    Google is making waves in the mobile industry after the company announced ...
  • Series Marries Online Video and Social Networks
    Online video sharing is an important part of social networks like Facebook, ...
  • What's Pownce All About?
    Among the tech elite, Pownce, the latest darling of the social networking ...
  • Wikia Search Acquires Web Crawler
    Jimmy Wales' long-delayed open-source search product, Wikia, is coming into better focus. ...
  • How Amazon Beat the Street
    Amazon.com co-founder/chief Jeff Bezos e deserves serious kudos for the way his ...
  • Microsoft's Gates On Fading Away
    Microsoft is in the midst of the greatest change/challenge in its history, ...
  • Startup Brings HD-Quality To Web Video
    Web video startup Hotswap.com is stamping its claim to legitimacy, attracting investment ...
  • Wall Street Expects Big Numbers From AOL
    Since its landmark decision to ditch its dying dial-up Web business, AOL ...
  • The Masses Make Maps
    The practice of cartography has been opened to the masses thanks to ...
  • Microsoft Calm About Under-Performing Areas
    Microsoft Chief Steve Ballmer conceded to a hammering from financial analysts in ...
  • The Internet is Dead, Long Live the Intranet
    Mark Cuban, who famously got away with selling Broadcast.com to Yahoo in ...
  • EarthLink Weighed Down By MVNO Woes
    EarthLink added to the tech crunch when it posted a second-quarter oss ...
  • ConnectU Given Time In Facebook Prosecution
    Facebook on Wednesday was given a boost in its defense of an ...
  • How Long Can Amazon Party Last?
    Amazon.com has posted consecutive quarters of dazzling results, resulting in a change ...
  • Apple Bounces Back On Strong Profit Surge
    Just a day after investors drove Apple shares down nearly 7%, Steve ...
  • FCC Doesn't Love Google's Airwaves Plan
    The Federal Communications Commission is not overly excited at the prospect of ...
  • ComScore Revises Measurement System
    Methodology is a perennial subject of scrutiny in the Web measurement field ...
  • Nintendo Sales Increase Fivefold
    After laying in rival Sony's shadow for more than a decade, Nintendo ...
  • Facebook Nabs Former YouTube CFO
    High-powered Web media executives have a tendency to jump around like mosquitoes, ...
  • Apple Shares Fall On iPhone Activation Numbers
    Apple shares fell 6 percent Tuesday after partner AT&T reported fewer iPhone ...
  • Millions Wasted in Second Life
    Second Life is officially over. The virtual world supposedly heralded a new ...
  • Facebook: Yours For $10 Billion
    Here's a piece of big news that just about everyone missed: Facebook ...
  • Behavioral Marketing Forum
    MediaPost is blogging the Behavioral Marketing Forum. Check back all day for ...
  • Video Games Surge On Console Sales
    New year-over-year video game figures revealed that the industry continues to follow ...
  • A Tale Of Two MVNOs
    Another one bites the dust: Amp'd, the mobile virtual network operator aimed ...
  • AOL Reels in Behavior Targeting Network Tacoda
    Time Warner's AOL, conspicuous by its lack of participation in the recent ...
  • Web Wins In YouTube Video Debate
    The so-called YouTube election firmly stamped its place in history Monday night ...
  • Google's Revenues Outpace Sales Of Windows
    For the first time, Google's revenue edged out Microsoft's sales of Windows ...