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What to Make of Facebook's Search Announcement

According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, graph search is another pillar of the Facebook ecosystem along with news feed and timeline. The idea behind this initiative is to allow easy access to the massive store of big data Facebook has...

Who Wants a Shot at Another Morgan Stanley Tech IPO? Apparently No One

Hear that noise? Its the sound of the retail investor rapidly paddling away from the Kayak IPOFacebook is breaking through $28 per share as I write this blog post and this news coincides with the reports that the Kayak IPO...

Google: Can it be Everything to Everyone?

Google is the new Microsoft but boy are they faster than Redmond ever was. Part of the reason has to do with the search engine leader’s access to the eyeballs of almost every human on earth via its home page...

Gameloft Reinvents Self at 3D GTML5 Game on Google+

I am a huuuge Gameloft fan – which subsequently means my family isn’t. Some of my favorite games are N.O.V.A 2 a futuristic game where you kill aliens and robots on another planet, Zombie Infection, a game where you basically...

Will Companies Be Forced into Google+?

A month or so ago, Google started to integrate corporate Google+ results into its SERPs or search engine results pages. On the one hand this isn’t such a surprising move as a few days after my Google+ personal page went...

C Inventor Dies & Google+ Pros and Cons

I'm back in the office after my trip to SatCon and Content and Communications World in New York. Some of the stories catching my eye today are the continued Blackberry outage which RIM does not need, AOL shopping the company...

Google+ Becoming Serious Facebook Threat

Microsoft was known for producing winning products after its third attempt - we may be saying something similar about Google soonGoogle, a company known as the king of search - certainly has a mixed record when it comes to other...

Google +1: 4 Things The Company Forgot to Announce

By launching the Google +1 button, the search leader has positioned itself firmly as the follower to social networking leader Facebook and their like button. The concept is very similar if not exactly the same - allowing users to like...

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...

More College Graduates Want to Friend Facebook

I just became aware of a computer science major from a solid university who just turned down an $82,000 starting salary at Microsoft with the potential of $50k in options over three years for a position at Facebook. Here is...

Facebook Sues Faceporn

Facebook has sued porn site Faceporn claiming trademark infringement. Facebook has said Faceporn is diluting the company's brand and has stolen their ideas such as their logo, wall trademark and site layout. Faceporn for its part has taken their site...

Facebook Privacy in Sad Shape

The very notion that there is any privacy online should die quickly when you see the latest article on the matter from the Wall Street Journal which shows many apps on Facebook are not only sharing lots of personal information...

Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook Reveals Much on 60 Minutes

If you missed the 60 Minutes interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, here are some things you need to know: The engineers engage in hackathons - allowing engineers to compete on programming tasks Speed chess and all-night programming are activities...

The Splinternet Grows. HTML5 to Slow it Down

The only thing we need now is an open HTML5 store which handles the billing for developers who want the widest audience possible as their creative work is monetized. In January of 2008 I used a term Splinternet to describe...

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...

Survey: Mobile Phones Much More Favorable than Social Networks

In a tough decade, what could people count on to make their lives better? Communications - yes communications. 50% percent of people surveyed by Pew viewed the last decade unfavorably and 27% viewed it positively. Here are some of the...

2010 the Year of CyberAttacks

Yesterday I touched on the Iranian takedown of Twitter and after giving more thought to the matter it makes sense to send a strong warning to my readers in the corporate, financial and government sectors that cyberattacks and terrorism have...

All Hail the (Malicious) Human Brain

I am forever amazed at the creativity of human beings. Look at all the companies we have produced. The trillions of dollars of wealth we have created. It is amazing that our combined genius has dramatically raised the standard of...

Microsoft/Facebook Analysis

I recently wrote that the investment in Facebook by Microsoft is a great win for the Redmond-based software company. John Dvorak sees it differently. Mr. Dvorak is one of the best tech writers I know and I have been reading...
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