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The innovative and ingenious creators of Google Maps, Jens and Lars Rasmussen, have been busily developing Google's newest communication and collaboration tool-Google Wave.  For the past two years, the brothers have been in Australia developing the new tool for communicating over the Web.  They e...
06/03/2009
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Word is that Microsoft is striding towards progress in its plight to compete with Google's internet search lead.  (We recommend a catapult).  Microsoft has dubbed its latest challenger "Bing".  It would certainly seem that search can be as catchy to get into as the names they go by, requiring ten...
06/01/2009
Thursday a German data protection official threatened search powerhouse Google with "unspecified sanctions" should the company not conform with the country's strict privacy laws regarding the use of Google Street View. German data protection regulator for the city of Hamburg, Johannes Caspar, rel...
05/29/2009
The latest ComScore results from April are not suprising, Google holds the lead in the world of search with 64.2 percent, placing Yahoo at 20.4 and Microsoft pulling in at 8.2 percent.  The word dominate comes to mind here.  Yet it is not Google's style to adhere to auto-pilot, they are continual...
05/27/2009
Google has found itself in murky waters over its online advertising practices.  There are companies who are livid about the methods Google allows paid ad placements to operate.  Google defends its practices, citing the effectiveness of competitive trademark usage.  Geico, American Airlines and o...
05/22/2009
The Starship Enterprise had tribbles, and we have twitters. In the original Star Trek, tribbles were similar to Gizmo from the Gremlins, furry, adorable, and reproduced in the same rapid and anomalous manner.  The adorable puffs soon became arduous to manage.  Enter Twitter. The unremitting strea...
05/20/2009
One day, we will giggle at the thought of driving around cities in search of WiFi hotspots, or desperately scouring the airwaves in search of an unprotected signal.  We will hang out in coffee shops because we want to, not to access delicious free internet.  Those days are rapidly in the works.  ...
05/15/2009
Stephen Wolfram of Wolfram Research and his team have been discreetly developing WolframAlpha for years.  WolframAlpha is a search tool intended to answer lengthy, more in-depth queries.  What Wolfram was very clear on, is that the new search tool is not intended to compete with Google, despite c...
05/14/2009
The American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries and the Association of Research Libraries have implored that a federal judge to pay special attention to the class-action settlement between Google, authors and publishers in the Google Book Search controversy. I...
05/11/2009
Apple has recently shown its modest side and reinforced its stance on profanity, by rejecting a Nine Inch Nails themed app for the iPhone.  As apps developed for the iPhone are on the rise, the company is under more scrutiny regarding the materials found within the applications. Trent Reznor of N...
05/08/2009
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