Results for December 2007
  • Microsoft Advertises Vista on YouTube
    Microsoft Corp. has turned its attention to viral video to get the ...
  • Kiddie Virtual World Is Exploding
    "Get ready for a total inundation" of kiddie-oriented virtual worlds, says eMarketer ...
  • Gmail To Add News Feed?
    Google Operating System (GOS), a blog/rumor site, alleges that big G is ...
  • Apple Plans Ecommerce Coup
    Apple has applied for a patent that would turn its Web enabled ...
  • Former Googlers Turning into VCs
    Former Googlers who've already made their multimillions are fast becoming Silicon Valley's ...
  • Digg Focused on Features in '08
    This holiday season, Digg.com has once again been in the news for ...
  • NetSuite IPO Raises $185 Million
    Software company NetSuite raised $185.4 million in its initial public offering--nearly double ...
  • Microsoft Co-founder Challenges For FCC Spectrum
    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is one of many competitors Google faces in ...
  • Video Gaming 2.0
    The progression of what's popular in video gaming is starting to mirror ...
  • Quarterlife's Crisis
    "Quarterlife", the highly touted original Web series that runs on several Web ...
  • Google Takes Google Reader Public
    It may sound un-Google, but it's true: Google Reader users today are ...
  • The Web Will Slow To A Crawl
    If Web video--still in the nascent stages of development--is "rapidly becoming the ...
  • MySpace Continues Content Push in '08
    MySpace is sitting pretty at the top of the social-networking pile. It ...
  • Queen Launches YouTube Channel
    Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, has launched a Royal Channel ...
  • Accoona Kills IPO
    Accoona, a search company, has halted its quest to go public. In ...
  • Former WGA Lawyer Sees Way Out of Strike
    Talks are off until January, but former Writers Guild of America attorney ...
  • Apple Closes Rumor Site
    Apple, Inc. has forced the close of tech rumor site Think Secret, ...
  • The Year in Digital Music
    Reuters looks back at the year in digital music. The most visible ...
  • Kayak Acquires SideStep
    Thanks to a massive round of funding from a variety of investors, ...
  • Among Teens, a Content Creation Revolution
    Social networking sites are inciting more teens to create content online. According ...
  • FCC Reveals Auction Bidders
    The FCC on Tuesday unveiled the names of those who plan to ...
  • Microsoft, Google, Yahoo Settle Gambling Claims
    The Department of Justice on Wednesday said the Web's big three--Microsoft, Google ...
  • Media Co.'s Score Copyright Victory
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  • NetSuite Goes Public
    NetSuite, a software venture from Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, goes public today ...
  • Microsoft-Viacom Deal Squeezes Out Yahoo
    The gloves are off as Google and Microsoft slug it out for ...
  • FTC Clears GoogleClick
    By a 4-1 vote, the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday finally approved ...
  • Blogger, Twitter Founder Stumbles Upon New Project
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  • Writers To Boycott Golden Globes, Oscars
    Due to the ongoing strike over new media revenue and other issues ...
  • Widgets Catch Fire With Advertisers
    The proliferation of widgets, or embeddable software applications, was arguably the story ...
  • Should Striking Writers Get Involved in the Web?
    According to a recent Los Angeles Times piece (link: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-webwriters17dec17,0,4998256,full.story?coll=la-home-center ), writers ...