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Google Bank

Is Google thinking of getting into the banking business? Well according to this Motley Fool article the company has done something novel with its stock options program allowing options granted after the IPO to be traded on the open market...

Yahoo!: Turning Peanut Butter into More than Peanuts

If you haven’t heard, Yahoo! is restructuring. There is something called a peanut butter manifesto that has been circulating for months saying the company is spread too thin. As you may recall, recently Yahoo! was a big proponent of producing...

YouTube Relations as Political Barometer

I find recent YouTube news is a great way to see how countries look at technology and the internet. On the one hand a Japanese group feels YouTube must rein in copyright violations. The group goes on to say YouTube...

Google Click-to-Call

After many months of testing Google has finally added click to call functionality to Google Maps.   Although this really isn't a new announcement the addition to Google Maps is pretty exciting as it continues VoIP's growth into new areas...

Caritas/Comcast VoIP Patent Victory

The VoIP market won a victory in Texas yesterday with Comcast defending itself successfully against a $2.2 billion lawsuit brought on by Caritas Technologies. The company was formed by four men, including David Farber, who many consider the grandfather Internet,...

Google: Free Cell Phones

Eric Schmidt says cell phones should be free. Google has no plans to give away cell phones but is obvious the company is perfectly positioned to show their ads on the small screens of cell phones. Just as newspapers and...

Linksys CIT310 Phone for Yahoo Messenger

Tom has done it again with his review of the Linksys CIT30 Phone for Yahoo! Messenger. My take on this nifty new gadget is it is great but. But what you ask? How can such a cool new sleek device...

YouTube: Invention of the Year

I suppose selling your business for almost 2 billion dollars is great but does this make your invention worthy of being the Invention of the Year from Time Magazine? There have been many video sharing sites over the years and...

RSS in your IM

If you need to get up to the minute updates on your RSS feeds such as this one from Dan York (which alerted me to this story), you want to check out the RSS Robot which takes an RSS feed...

Google and Video Advertising

Google is already winning the war for the hearts and minds of advertising decision makers with its YouTube acquisition. In fact Volvo is looking to work more closely with Google as its next car is going to launch with only...

Ecosystem 2.0

With all the talk lately of web 2.0 and whether it is a real or just an arbitrary designation we may find ourselves discussing the wrong topic. There are many who wonder about web 2.0 asking what it is and...

Give me Back My Google

Remove Spam From Search Engines If you are Googling for something but aren’t interested in seeing numerous affiliate sites focusing on purchasing products you may want to take a look at Give me Back My Google (GMBMG). The site was...

Blogger Hacked

Today is the day of hacks (see Skype Clone) – it seems the post late last night about Google exiting from the click to call business was hoax. Someone hacked into Blogger and impersonated Google. This is not the first...

Google Click-to-Call Cancelled

There are two things I can’t stand:1) Working on a Saturday night2) Finding out that Google is pulling out of the click-to-call marketSeriously – is Om correct on this one? Frankly I would find it very hard to believe the...

Google and YouTube

James has some good analysis on the Google/YouTube deal and I agree with Mark Cuban on this one. To an extent anyway. The company will be sued but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a viable way to continue to turn...

New VoIP Services Coming

Having written about enhanced services in the telecom space for about a decade or so it is refreshing to see so many companies beginning to talk about them. You see it is obvious we are on our way to cheaper...

Comcast Knocks Out Google

Technical problems prevented some Comcast customers New England from accessing Google's servers. In a widely-published statement, Comcast said “there was a hardware problem with one of our servers in Massachusetts today, which prevented a small number of customers in the...

Google Earth Update

Google, Google Maps and Google Earth are separate services but I see them getting more closely aligned over time. This announcement about Google Earth now supporting multimedia features shows the search giant is not taking its numerous eyes off any...

Apple TV

I used to think Yahoo! would be a major threat in the broadband TV space but lately have come to believe Apple is must better positioned because of their overwhelming breadth of products in the consumer entertainment space. Apple is...

SalesForce.com Meet Google AdWords

Please enjoy my September, 2006 High Priority column from Customer Interaction Solutions Magazine. It was a real rush meeting Marc. As you may recall I blogged about meeting Marc Benioff a few days back.------------Over the years, I have had many...

AOL’s VoIP Retraction

My take on AOL’s decision to eliminate its TotalTalk VoIP service is that Vonage and the cable companies have raised the bar very high and it is very tough to compete in the consumer VoIP telephone replacement market unless you...

Google is the Internet

Is it just me? If I can't find it on Google I give up. Certainly this is not always the case but if I am writing a story and I know there is a reference to information that I want...

Write On Writely

If you haven’t tried the new Writely word processor – the company was recently purchased by Google and has an AJAX-based word processor that runs in your browser, you definitely need to. I just typed out a brief document and...

Google Aided CRM

What happens when you use Google search technology to ferret out information hidden in your enterprise archives? According to this article you get a killer CRM application. Looks like Google enabled data mining really. Pretty cool stuff. ...

Google WiFi

Few companies strike fear in the heart of Microsoft and the incumbent telephone companies like Google. Analysts and journalists seem to delight in asking the software leader and the companies comprising the new AT&T how they will fend off the...
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