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Google Licenses AP news

One would surmise from this news that Google will launch a news portal that keeps users on its site. Or perhaps the fact that they are Licensing AP content means they will stop sending visitors to other sites when they...

Stories of Interest

Here are recent stories of interest. My favorite has to be Survey: IPods More Popular Than Beer followed by QUALCOMM's VoIP news and of course how often do I get to talk about JFK. The VoiceGenie news is old but...

Tough Times For Microsoft

What on Earth do you do when the most popular search engine in the world starts to give away the software you charge for? Google -- as has been rumored for years -- has released a web-based competitor to Excel.How...

Google Story

Money/CNN have a great story about Google and their plans for the future. It will be very exciting to see the company get into the TV and magazine markets as the article details. The article also mentions competition from eBay...

Google Pages Update

I have been having some fun with Google Pages. I really like how simple it is to design pages with this service. It isn’t very sophisticated but then again it is as easy as humanly possible and it just works....

Click Fraud

I was speaking with one of the most knowledgeable people I know in the call center and online advertising market. He has been spending tens of thousands of dollars advertising on Google. Recently he hired an analyst to go through...

Microsoft Reaches for Search Success

Microsoft lost 3 percentage points in the search market year over year. This is even after annual announcements that they will spend billions in R&D on various initiatives including search. They hope the new addition of Steven Berkowitz, the chief...

Google Adds Features

John Battelle alerted me to the fact that Google and other search engines are coming out with new features. For example Google will soon allow you to drill down into a site to learn more about the site or see...

Search Engine Research

Wow! Is this a powerful survey. iProspect says that if your search results are not on the first three pages of reach engine results you pretty much need to give it up. Why? Because 90% of searchers don’t look beyond...

Snapshot Pages

Feel free to check out TMCnet's snapshot pages such Google, Skype, Nortel, etc. The purpose of these pages is to allow easy bookmarking of pages that can help you keep tabs of important companies and topics/issues.We have recently automated at...

A Competitive Telecom Proof

While it’s been decades since my last geometry class here is the first proof I have written since high school. After rereading this a few times it is obviously not a proof but still reminds me enough of one for...

Google vs. KinderStart.com

The overwhelming power that Google possesses is awe-inspiring. Your web traffic can be so tied to your Google ranking that a slight change in how you rank could ruin your business. Furthermore, when you are blacklisted by Google your site...

Quoted in the New York Times

The last few weeks have been pretty hectic as a number of reporters have been asking me about VoIP and net neutrality in order to get my opinions on the matters. I have lost track of all the different reporters...

TMC News Snapshots

Here is a new service from TMCnet – News Snapshots™ that will allow you to have a single page to go to keep track of important companies and topics in communications and technology. Bill Gates even gets a page. A...

PPLive and Net Neutrality

I was a bit harsh when I said it was game over for the LECs in a recent blog entry about content providers providing a Tivo-like service that prerecords a number of programs so as to simulate live TV. This...

VoIP, Nortel, Blackberry and Google Analysis

You can learn a great deal about the VoIP and broader communications and technology markets if you just listen (or in this case read) carefully. For example this week saw the launch of a new VoIP service by the name...

Google Pages

I just tried out Google Pages and thought the service was pretty cool. I designed a page in about a minute with nothing to download. And while the product is still pretty basic it allows anyone to rapidly set up...

Game Over for LECs

I have been meaning top read this article for a few weeks. It is the Verizon view on network neutrality and there are some good points made by the telecom giant. But here is a thought that hasn’t come up...

The Search

I recently finished reading The Search, How Google and Its Rivals Rewrote the rules of Business and Transformed Our Culture, a book by John Battle. I have to say that reading this book helped me recall the history of search,...

Getting Paid to VoIP

It seems that many of the predictions of the dotcom days are coming true. Online ads are a multibillion dollar industry and the industry is not slowing down. Virtually all companies sell online and all industries sell using the web...

China Censorship

The US government has concerns about critical servers being housed in China as the Chinese government could potentially gain access to information on their shores. In addition the US government is concerned about human rights in China and elsewhere.Rep. Chris...

Olympics

I guess I am a bit jaded. I saw the opening of the Olympic games last night and was impressed with the intro -- especially the legions of performers who emulated a giant skier. After that it was pretty boring...

Google on the Desktop

Russell Shaw has some great analysis on what Google could be up to. It seems logical based on his analysis that we will soon see Google competing with Microsoft Office. It would further seem that this software could indeed be...

Chris Savage on Two-Tiered Internet

I subscribe to a telecom regulatory list CYBERTELECOM.ORG and there are some lively regulatory discussions that take place on this list around the clock. One of the current hot topics is how the LECs are after content providers to provide...

Paris Peeved at Google

Let’s face it, the French don’t like when their culture gets overrun by cultures from other countries such as let’s say those countries where people show a proclivity to wear cowboy boots and 10-gallon hats. Perhaps Chirac had a bad...
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