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  • The Rise Of The Twitter App
    According to Twitter, 50,000 apps have now been built around its white-hot micro-blogging service. By comparison, Apple recently reported that about 100,000 apps have been created for the iPhone. H ...
  • LinkedIn Opens Up To Outside Developers
    Unlike broader social networks such as Facebook and MySpace, LinkedIn hasn't raced to open its doors to third-party developers or partners. That has started to change recently, with its mo ...
  • Yahoo Loses Search, Then Dignity
    Yahoo has issued an official apology over a lap dance show organized during a brainstorming meeting for Internet engineers in Taipei over the weekend. The move came after girls weari ...
  • Google Chrome, The Bootleg
    Want to be the first kid on your block to own Google's Chrome operating system? Not afraid of a few product glitches? Then head over to TechCrunch, where one enterprisi ...
  • Yahoo Hearts Hackers In NY
    Opening the application floodgates to its home page, Yahoo is hoping that that external developers will soon build tens of thousands of programs that its more than 330 million visito ...
  • Google vs. Open Source Fanatics
    Techgeist blogger Michael Klurfeld argues that Google's open source efforts with regard to Android are less than open, and is therefore destined to alienate the developer community. He doesn't thi ...
  • ORCA Has Hopes Of Being E-Commerce Killer App
    To help facilitate the buying and selling of virtual goods and online content, payment platform provider oneTXT on Tuesday plans to debut a social-commerce transaction processing system named ORCA. Sho ...
  • Google Announces Chrome OS Partners
    Google released more facts about its just-announced Chrome operating system in a short FAQ, Michael Arrington reports. As most people guessed, the open source software will be free to use ...
  • OMG! Google Launches OS: Welcome To The Thunder Chrome
    In it's biggest deviation yet from is core mission statement of "managing the world's information," not to mention its most direct assault on Microsoft, Google late Tuesday officially announced i ...
  • Conduit Custom Toolbar Pushes Ad Content To Desktop
    Conduit will unveil a dashboard today that lets people customize toolbars with widgets from a variety of companies. The widgets are available in the Conduit Marketplace and on participating memb ...
  • OpenX Closes $10 Million Series C
    Open-source startup OpenX Technologies Tuesday is expected to announce closing a Series C financing round worth $10 million, and led by DAG Ventures. DAG, along with existing investors -- Acc ...
  • Google's Android Revolution
    "Among all the companies fighting to grab a piece of the brightest star in computing -- the smartphone -- Google seems the least interested in taking the spoils," says Cnet ...
  • Contact: Hackers, Delighted
    The Gray Lady has thrown her petticoat up over her head and invited you in. When The New York Times Corp. held its bring-a-hacker-to-work day last month (more formally kno ...
  • Wide Open Spaces
    From coding to agency models to online video, where there's a will, there's a wiki. Could the online video business be rewriting the playbook for the creation of open sour ...