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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-02       Article Source : Reuters

Sony Ericsson said on Tuesday it was linking up with Google Inc. to incorporate the company's Web search and blog features into its mobile phones.
Phones will be able to launch a separate Google Web search option using a single keystroke without the need to open a new Web page.

"By providing users with direct access to features like mobile search and blogging, we're able to create a more personalized, user-friendly experience," said Google's European operations, vice president, Nikesh

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-02       Article Source : USA TODAY

Caterina Fake knew she was onto something when one of the engineers at her Vancouver, British Columbia-based online game start-up created a cool tool to share photos and save them to a Web page while playing.
"It turned out the fun was in the photo sharing," she says.

Fake scrapped the game. She and her programmer husband, Stewart Butterfield, transformed the project into Flickr. In less than two years, the photo-sharing site - now owned by Internet giant Yahoo

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-01       Article Source : InformationWeek

On Wednesday, Yahoo will no longer offer advertisers the option to bid on search keywords containing a competitor's trademarked terms. Last week, the company notified its advertisers via E-mail that it planned on March 1st to modify its editorial guidelines regarding the use of trademarked keywords.
Yahoo Search Marketing requires that advertisers agree not to violate the trademark rights of others with their ads. To date, it has allowed advertisers to bid on a trademarked search term in three different

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-01   

The race to marry TV with the Web has a new entrant: Veoh Networks, which is looking to combine a Napster-like peer-to-peer network with a viewing recommendation engine to create a limitless video universe with hyper-targeted advertising.
The San-Diego startup, which launches Wednesday, envisions a world of limitless video delivered through broadband Internet connections, where cable and satellite companies are bypassed as content gatekeepers. The key to its system is a peer-to-peer network that uses shared computing power to deliver

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-28       Article Source : NewsFactor

Google has added another service to its portfolio of online offerings with the launch this week of Page Creator, a free tool for creating personal Web sites.

Over the past several years, Google has rolled out several online tools, but Page Creator represents the company's first foray into the world of Web hosting.

"Web publishing can be complicated, expensive, and unsatisfying," Google said in a statement. "Google Page Creator has been designed with ease of use in mind."
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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-27       Article Source : AFP

US-based Apple Computers crossed the billion-song threshold at its internationally popular online iTunes music store.
The billionth song officially sold from the Internet music shop was "Speed of Sound" by the British band Coldplay. It was downloaded by a man in the US state of Michigan, according to Apple.

"I hope that every customer, artist and music company executive takes a moment today to reflect on what we've achieved together during the past three years," Apple chief executive Steve

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-27       Article Source : Reuters

Video game publisher Midway Games Inc. has struck a multiyear deal with advertising company Double Fusion to place ads in upcoming games played via online connections.
Midway will build Double Fusion's ad-serving technology into video game titles that will play on next-generation consoles such as Microsoft Corp.'sXbox 360 and Sony Corp.'s (6758.T) PlayStation 3, under the new deal announced on Thursday. The games will include "Stranglehold" and others now in development.

Double Fusion's sales force will sell the ad

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-26       Article Source : eWeek

A key decision determining who will run the Internet's domain name registry in the future could be made as early as Feb. 28, when the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers board convenes its next meeting.
At the top of the ICANN agenda is a proposed settlement to end litigation with VeriSign, which operates .com, the largest Internet domain registry.

The litigation began in 2003 when ICANN ordered VeriSign to shut down its SiteFinder service (which routed

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-26   

Spectrum MediaWorks confirmed that its flagship franchise "X Quest" will ship as a massively multiplayer online game at the same time Fox Broadcasting Co. debuts the "X Quest" reality TV series produced by Imagine Television.
Alex Seropian and Jim Banister formed Spectrum MediaWorks three years ago to create new entertainment franchises that could debut across multiple formats. "X Quest" was the driving force behind the company's foundation, Seropian said.

"Entertainment convergence is something that has been talked about for

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-25   

LOS ANGELES - "American Idol" contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure. The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site.
The 25-year-old twins pose in bikinis, unbuttoned baseball jerseys, and glistening with sweat in a sauna-like setting, wearing only towels.

The photos were taken two years ago for the magazine's online fantasy baseball game, said Jordan Burchette, executive editor of Maxim Online. The images "found

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-24       Article Source : InfoWorld

In the ever-increasing battle to offer the best search engine on the planet, SAP is planning a blockbuster extension to its search capabilities with the next major release of NetWeaver.

The search enhancement will allow SAP users to blend searches across unstructured and structured data. SAP now offers search engine technology as part of NetWeaver. It will extend those capabilities for structured search, according to Lothar Schubert, director of SAP NetWeaver. 

"Currently, [search] is used in knowledge management to search

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-24       Article Source : NewsFactor

America Online is developing a version of its instant-messaging service for corporate environments, boosting the service's security, collaboration, and I.T.-management features.
In conjunction with online meeting company WebEx Communications, AOL's AIM Pro is scheduled to ship within the next few months.

AOL's AIM, a widely used instant-messaging service, was initially designed for consumers. But because of its popularity, many companies have adopted the technology as well.

The development of a workplace version will help I.T. departments

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-23       Article Source : USA TODAY

Internet users in Yemen can't get to beer.com because of technology from a couple of U.S. companies.
Surely this is a human rights violation, keeping innocent civilians from a website devoted to beer and women. Why, the Yemeni Netizens - all 150,000 of them - are also blocked from getting to gayegypt.com. They're denied spikybras.com! Which, by the way, ya gotta check out - it's hilarious, and no more racy than an I Dream of Jeannie episode.

Anyway, all

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-23       Article Source : NewsFactor

Google has found itself forced to respond to allegations that it is running its Google.cn site, launched in January, without the license necessary to operate in China. The new controversy comes on the heels of strong criticism of Google in the U.S. for acquiescing to Chinese demands to censor search results so that words such as "democracy" and "Tiananmen Square" are removed.
The current debate follows a published report in the Beijing News that the search giant did not have

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-22       Article Source : Reuters

Fiddling around with in-car satellite navigation systems is causing motorists to lose concentration on the road, according to a survey on Tuesday.
The new technology, rather than helping motorists, could be even more distracting than trying to read a map at the wheel, it added.

One in 10 motorists with navigation systems set off on their journeys without bothering to program their route, and more than half admitted they had then had to take their eyes off the road

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