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It has become a pastime these days to watch where former Yahoo execs are ending up.  With the new leadership of Carol Bartz as Chief Executive, Yahoo is in transition.  During this transition, several ex-Yahoo execs are scoring important roles at rival companies, a surprising trend in the intern...
02/09/2009
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Google's latest add on to Google maps is called Latitude.  Latitude allows users to share their location with friends via their cell phones.  Google recently ended its Dodgeball service, which allowed cell users to share current location information via text by virtually any phone. With Latitude...
02/06/2009
Deep in Masai country of Africa, the road to Nairobi weaves approximately 100 miles. Of those 100 miles, the asphalt eventually gives way to a dirt road and finally a simple dirt track that scales broken hills and plunging desert flats. Welcome to Entasopia, Kenya. In November, Google financially...
02/04/2009
In the past, performing a search meant visiting the reference desk at the library.  Today, search engines have replaced that role, providing instantaneous answers to billions of queries, and changing the face of business.  Google is able to provide this service, and provide it using energy effici...
01/21/2009
On Tuesday, Carol Bartz debuted as the successor to Yahoo's Chief Executive Jerry Yang.  Murmers among the masses are that Yahoo's leadership style will become more dominant under the succinct "no no-nonsense" leadership style of Ms. Bartz.  This style of dominant leadership will come in sharp co...
01/19/2009
Row 44 is a company who makes technology that allows people to have internet and phone access on airplanes.  As early as this month, Southwest and Alaska Airlines are scheduled to begin testing a handful of aircraft using the Row 44 technology.  If things proceed as planned, the North American cu...
01/16/2009
Search has become embedded in our routines, and is continually expanding to simplify the process of locating information, products and services.  Recently at the consumer electronics show, the topic of search stole the show-as it becomes integrated into nearly every device connected to the intern...
01/14/2009
The world of search is changing at a constant speed, and the way we live our lives is changing along with it.  A recent example of this is the beloved television company TiVo.  TiVo first wowed the world when it empowered us to skip through commercials and set up a queue of programs we wanted to ...
01/12/2009
It is predicted that many will be watching the presidential inauguration on January 20th on mobile devices, as lives become increasingly busy and mobile.  No matter where people are, they are able to access information and events via smart phones and other devices. This creates an opportunity for...
01/09/2009
Xobni is a tool by Microsoft to streamline inbox management-it is actually inbox spelled backwards.  The search tool indexes email in one's outlook inbox-searching messages for keywords, phone numbers, names and photos and categorizing them.  Xobni announced on Monday that it has closed a $7 mill...
01/07/2009
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