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Facebook Passes Google in US Traffic

Chart courtesy of DigitalBeat and Hitwise US It was bound to happen and many predicted this year would be the one where we see social media - especially Facebook take away the most popular site crown from Google. The social...

Google Apps Marketplace Brings Walled Garden to the Desktop

Years back TMC launched a magazine titled IMS which stands for IP Multimedia Subsystem - and represented an architecture model allowing carriers to open up their networks to developers who would in turn take a revenue split in exchange for...

Google Stars - Life Used to be So Simple

 Recently I started seeing stars on all my Google search results and I have to tell you, I am confused. I googled Google Stars and got a result which wasn't starred. Does that mean it isn't good? While I research,...

Google Stimulus Plan

If you listen to politicians you would think that only government can create jobs and help the country in a time of need. I am constantly amazed at the capacity of people who have spent little to no time in...

Microsoft Uses Courts and Other Companies to Fight Google

In the blink of an eye a company can become invisible on a search engine due to an algorithm or policy change and in the process they can lose millions of dollars or more. Last month an internet marketing company...

Chinese Schools Say They Didn't Hack Google

What? Us? Do we look like hackers to you?Where is James Bond when you need him? The ongoing saga between China and a number of companies who have been hacked from the country takes yet another twist. First, Google accuses...

Windows Phone 7 is Really Version 3.0?

For years, Microsoft products have been known to be pretty poor until version three came around - at which point they were pretty good. Based upon the early comments about Windows Phone 7, this update seems to be the...

The Microsoftization of Google

You have to give Google credit; they seem to want to make the world a better place by opening up the world and making technology and services more accessible. And they are powerful enough to make it all happen -...

Apple Antitrust Issues

Apple has a very closed ecosystem and at least some think the company may be headed down the road of antitrust litigation if it isn't careful. This article asserts the problem Apple could get into is an area where Google...

Google's Super Bowl Ad Splash

Google surprised many with an ad on the Super Bowl and I have to say this is one of the best ads I have seen in a while and hats off to the company for doing such a great job....

Google Employee Enforces Cell Phone Ban in Cars

Absolutely hilarious - A Google employee decided he would take a stand against drivers who talk on their cell phone in their cars by well - standing in front of a car where the driver was talking on the phone....

Microsoft Under Scrutiny

In a recent post I mentioned that years back I launched the world's first Tablet computing conference and at the time our fortunes were tied to Microsoft. Obviously the tablet PC market did not take off and now that the...

Espionage via APT or Advanced Persistent Threat Widespread

Corporate and government secrets are currently being stolen on a grand scale - can anything be done about it? If you are one of those people not easily rattled, please have a seat and get ready to shake. A new...

Tech, Telecom: The Energy is Back

 Communications, wireless, consumer electronics, cloud computing, virtualization -- in a turbulent market, it is good to be in technology. Monster.com was one of the companies I considered to have a natural monopoly in the US job search market a decade...

Why Adobe Investors Should Be Scared

While it is way too early to say Adobe's Flash platform is doomed - it seems Apple is really pushing the issue of making it irrelevant. After years of not having Flash on the iPhone, developers (TMC included) have been...

iPad's Lack of Flash and Openness a Blow to Publishers

 Last year I called lack of Flash support on the iPhone the real Apple Tax. This is still the case and since this post, TMC had to spend significant development resources to create an iPhone specific site which converts our...

HTML 5 Plus H.264 not as Open as you Think

If you stream any video on your site, this news could drastically increase your future costs. Here is an excellent article from Christopher Blizzard on HTML 5 video and H.264 which delves into the potential problems we could see on...

A Blackberry Bold User Reviews Droid from Motorola

Luca Filigheddu does a 24-hour review of the Droid from Motorola and as a faithful Blackberry Bold user his viewpoints are quite important. The screen size has double the real estate according to Luca and the audio quality and reception...

China Hack: Is Nothing Secure Anymore?

 When you couple a massive government spying program with triple encryption and unknown exploits in Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Adobe's Acrobat, you get a terribly troubling outcome. It seems the Chinese have banks and banks of engineers hacking the world's...

Will Google Start a China Boycott?

I came across an article on the hazardous materials being used in Chinese jewelry and sold to American children and I immediately forwarded it to some friends and relatives who have children and/or are uncles or aunts. These are two...

Response to China Hacking - Increase Security

Who would have thought the government of China would be responsible for tightening security across the Internet? Google not only is getting involved in the politics of blocking censorship in the People's Republic but moreover has now changed their default...

Will Silicon Valley go to War with China?

To protect the privacy of its users and data, will Google really pull out of the country? A major challenge for all companies doing business with china is how to you gain access to the huge market of over a...

Google's Energy Ambitions and Smart Grid Implications

As I research Google's move into energy, I become fascinated by the idea that Google's influence on our lives may just be beginning. Sure the Google Toilet (video) may not be a real product but analysis of Google's potential in...

Google Breaks Cardinal Supplier Rule

There is an unwritten rule that companies who compete with their customers are inviting trouble. When companies break this rule, generally their competition will use this information against them when there is a bid on the table. Over time, when...

iPhone Thrashes Droid at Gaming?

One of games my family loves to play on the iPhone is Trace and like many games, you need a very sensitive and steady touch to play it well. As gaming becomes a more important function on mobile devices it...
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