For last two years Google is trying hard to emerge in social media but unfortunately all efforts are not paying off well. Desperation has reached to a level where company’s new CEO Larry Page has tied 25% annual bonus...
It seems that LG is in no mood to give any breathing space to other mobile manufacturers as company has spilled further information about its much ambitious mobile handset - Star. Today, in a press conference, company has revealed more information...
The Social media industry has a new agenda, that of scaling up to next generation computation. The nature of the industry itself implies that a relatively small number of players control the global social networking eco system and this is leading to a vigorous battle on this front.. Google has been pinched by the core due to enormous rise of Facebook and company barely has anything in hand which can encounter such situation, besides being just a spectator; atleast for now.
The war of Java has reinstated between two silicon heavy weights – this time in court room. On late Thursday, Oracle has released press note saying it has filed a law suit against Google claiming egregious IP infringement. This is going to have direct impact on Google’s most appreciated mobile OS – Android which runs on Java & Open Source technology and may put on hold Android 2.2 ( Froyo)
From last couple of years we have heard many stories, discussions and appreciation letters about Google, Googleplex, Free Food, Bicycle ride, Family & Dog- friendly premises. Believe me, it's just not on web, all these are real facts. But what and how a person feels when he get revealed to many untold stories or information, never be spoken before.
“Google is not a conventional company. We do not intend to become one.” So began the “letter from the founders” penned by Sergey Brin and Larry Page in the company’s securities registration form in 2004. Despite ever-increasing commercial success since that date, Brin and Page have kept to their word.
Recently Twitter had disclosed its revenue generation model to the investors who were reportedly loosing confidence in revenue generation capability of twitter. Moving further on the same road-map, Thursday, Twitter announced about acquisition of Smallthought Systems, a data company that it has worked with in the past.
Officially joining the browser-based productivity game, Microsoft late Monday released the browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote. The Office Web Apps, as the programs are dubbed, are slimmed down versions of the desktop counterparts, allowing for document viewing, sharing, and lightweight editing.
Google has confirmed the acquisition of Invite Media, a display advertising company that helps connect buyers and sellers of display advertising. Search advertising pays the bills at Google, but it has targeted display advertising as a growth opportunity for several years, starting with its acquisition of DoubleClick. Google announced the Invite Media buy on its DoubleClick blog Thursday, after MediaMemo reported news of the pending acquisition Wednesday for around $70 million.
Despite no official acknowledgement from Google that it's ditching Microsoft's Windows operating system, Microsoft felt compelled to respond Tuesday. Despite of no official confirmation from Google, Microsoft released a blog post Tuesday afternoon defending Windows security and pointing out that security concerns helped derail a Gmail deployment at Yale University.
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