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Socializing Search

In the last few weeks there have been a higher than usual amount of articles on search quality where mainstream media sources have shined a bright light on companies who are achieving high levels of search rank using methods which...

4GWE Regulatory Live Stream From ITEXPO Friday

Check out the free live stream of the Regulatory 2.0 event on Friday Feb 4 Live From ITEXPO East 2011/4GWE. The event is sponsored by AT&T and the live stream is sponsored by Google.Logon between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m...

Google Uses Phone to Reconnect Egypt to Internet

Recently I discussed the purchase of SayNow by Google – a voice platform company complete with an API. Now, Google has taken the SayNow technology and collaborated with Twitter to allow users to call specific phone numbers to have their...

Verizon Drives Stake Through Heart of Net Neutrality

Updated with modified quote from Hunter Newby January 28, 2011, 8:15 AM EST Updated again January 28, 2011, 4:37 PM EST for grammatical reasons -- My views have shifted on net neutrality over the years - to the point where...

If Super WiFi is A Dream, At Least I'm in Good Company

Updated Jan 27, 2011, 8:01 pm EST. It’s no secret that both Microsoft and Google are looking at white spaces and Super WiFi as an area of growth allowing inexpensive broadband wireless signals to be transmitted over long distances. But...

Google and SayNow, What it Means To Telecom

The search leader made the acquisition in part to gain social network traction as well as to become entrenched as a communications API and service provider Many surmise that part of the reason Larry Page is taking over the CEO...

Facebook Ad Connect Coming Soon?

Last week I detailed 11 things Facebook needs to do with their $1.5B but in terms of rapid revenue production the #1 item on the list should have been developing a Google Adsense competitor. In the last year or so...

Fitness Technology, Mobile Spy Apps, Apple and Google News

To get your fix on the latest in tech and communications news be sure to enter the TMC Newsroom and check out the following videos. The first with host Stefanie Mosca discusses the latest news from Apple, Google and Verizon...

11 Things Facebook Should Do With Their New $1.5B

Facebook has just received yet another billion dollars in investment and this on top of the $500M from Goldman Sachs and Digital Sky technologies according the company. This is what Facebook should do with the money. 1)      Start an app...

Crucial Google and HP News

Here's a quick digest of the news you need to know from the past hour: 4 HP directors are stepping down - these are the one who pushed out Mark Hurd in the weird soap opera style of the "he...

Google, AT&T, Towerstream, Sonus and Xirrus to Sponsor Regulatory 2.0 Event

Hey coffee addicts – I’ve got a way to get you to kick the habit – try to communicate with an audience of millions the benefits and reasons to attend 14+ simultaneous conferences taking place in two weeks in Miami. ...

What Microsoft Kinect Defection to Google Means

Could this be the first shot in the GBUI wars? If you are deeply involved as part of the Microsoft Xbox Kinect team, you would think there is no better job on earth than to work on a product which...

gHome Improves Google Voice

Last week, TMCnet’s Charles West broke the news regarding TELTUB introducing gHome which links up with your Google Voice account as well as Facebook to allow $5/month calling after a free trial. Yesterday, TMCnet’s Tom Keating reviewed the gHome service...

An App Store is an App Store

I generally agree with Microsoft that the term “app” is generic – meaning it is a general word used commonly and not associated with any company or brand. Certainly the term “killer app” has been around for decades so the...

Is Apple the Biggest Facebook Threat?

Now I am not saying Apple is today ready to take on Facebook but boy are getting to a point where the pieces are lining up nicely for the maker of super-cool gadgets to combine the best of its offerings...

Are Pay-TV Companies Suicidal?

I don’t mean to sound an alarm bell but run for the doors – if you are a cable company or telco, just what the heck are you thinking? Let me lay out the facts. Kodak is a shell of...

Groupon May be Bad for Business Health

If you found a way to attract the least valuable customers - those who will yield the lowest margin and simultaneously ensure they won't come back to pay retail because they will soon see a great deal from your competitors,...

Read Before Switching to Verizon for iPhone

Verizon is widely rumored to be releasing the iPhone tomorrow and so many have waited so long for the moment they can either give up an existing device on Verizon’s network or switch from AT&T or other carriers. There are...

From Begging for a Job to Google Millionaire

There are few stories as inspiring as that of Google employee #13 who went from very poor to very very wealthy. Obviously there is an element of being in the right place at the right time here but to me...

Behold the Anticloud - Lapdoc is Born

Are Lapdocs the Future or Palm Foleo 2.0? In May of 2007 Palm introduced the Foleo to a stunned public wondering why the need a device whose only purpose is to sync with their smartphone. Priced similar to a laptop...

Apple Walled Garden Grows

While you have to admire the absolute genius the Apple iTunes App Store and its potential to rake in $2B in revenue this year, the success of the store is the worst thing in the world for those who...

Microsoft Tablet Expensive but does Flash

Microsoft, the company which invented the tablet – Tablet PC just under a decade ago has a long way to go before they understand how to become an important player in the tablet space of today. In short order, the...

News to Know Before New Year's 2011

The bitter fight between Oracle and SAP over copyright infringement got more bitter with courts agreeing SAP owes Oracle $16.5M in interest on the $1.3B award Oracle received. While less than the $211.7M Oracle sought, Oracle will also get reimbursed...

The Apple iOS vs. Android Fight in 2011

As TMCnet's Tom Keating mentions on his blog, there are many factors to consider in the fight for mobile supremecy between Apple, Google Android and yes, even Microsoft. Tom's point about Microsoft injecting itself into the Android relationship with carriers...

Giving Back to At-Risk Youth

I love to see companies give back to their communities and people in need. In fact you may have noticed as of late I have become an advocate of smaller government with far less overhead and taxes; in-part so organizations...
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