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Posted by iNext on 2006-09-11   

AOL on Thursday said it would introduce in the fall three applicationprogramming interfaces for manufacturers and developers to build products for the portal's Internet telephony service.

AOL hopes the Open AIM Phoneline initiative would encourage the building of devices and software that add functionality that consumers find attractive. AIM Phoneline is a voice over Internet protocol service that provides PCtoPC and PCtotelephone calling.

One API would provide the ability to add personalized ring tones a feature that's become popular among mobile phone users.

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-10       Article Source : NewsFactor

The race is on to reshape television programming for the Internet. Take a peek at the future and find out what?s on the horizon in this new TV land where the viewer truly rules.

Although the Internet is changing much of the traditional movie business few in the entertainment industry are willing to close the doors on the multiplex for good. The desire for a communal experience and the jawdropping experience of seeing a blockbuster on the big screen have always made film

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Posted by iNext on 2006-09-09   

MySpace.com is launching a new music download service that emphasizes music from independent artists the latest in a string of services announced in recent weeks that hope to topple iTunes from its crown.

Some of the services such as one backed by Universal Music Group are even offering music for free backed by advertising services. But analysts say they&;ll have trouble toppling Apple&;ls iTunes which has staked out a solid position in what&;s becoming a crowded music download market.

&;Ultimately it&;s a volume

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-09   

A recent Google Inc. blog post by Uber Tech Lead Luc Vincent reveals an exHewlettPackard & Co. employee now working at the search giant has helped to dust off an optical character recognition (OCR) engine with the intent of putting it into the open source domain.
 
Tesseract the engine was developed between and by HP Labs but was tucked away when the company pulled out of the OCR business.

Google called on the Information Science Research Institute at

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Posted by iNext on 2006-09-08   

China is on track to overtake the United States next year as the world's largest broadband market a research firm said.
China's broadband sector has been growing dramatically at a compound annual growth rate of percent over the last three years Ovum said. As a result the communist nation is expected to have million subscribers by .

Leichtman Research Group Inc. estimates that in the second quarter there were million broadband subscribers in the United States.

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Posted by iNext on 2006-09-03   

Googles introduction this week of communications applications for enterprises has extended the software battle that has been brewing with Microsoft. And according to analysts it will likely prompt an aggressive response from Redmond.
 
Google Apps for Your Domain launched Monday is a set of hosted applications for organizations that want to provide communications tools to their users without the troubles and costs of installing and maintaining software or hardware.

"Its plan to provide applications such as email calendaring instant

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-03   

In an effort to chip away at the Apple iTunes monolith America Online on Tuesday launched a new version of its online music download service AOL Music Now.

Enhancements include a library of music videos and . million audio tracks for download plus a host of new community features. The service also offers listeners more than streaming radio stations through AOL Radio and a selection of XM Satellite Radio channels.

Users can either pay for a monthly subscription or purchase songs

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-13   

Google has placed a video link to its homepage apparently trying to drive more traffic to the service which the search engine is testing for advertising.
 
The new link is part of a reshuffle in which Google dropped links to its search engines for books discussion groups and shopping placing them in a dropdown box instead. The homepage now shows links to search the Web images video and news and a link to its mapping service.

The impact of adding

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Posted by iTech on 2006-08-12   

Amazon.com Inc. introduced Thursday a search aid aimed at helping customers find what they are looking for through usersubmitted recommendations.

The "Search Suggestions" feature calls for usersubmitted recommendations for connecting products to specific keywords. The feature also has an explanation of why the connection is relevant.

As an example Amazon said the entry "bnvu charger" leads to the compatible battery charger "ESA Battery Charger." Shakespeare's "Macbeth" pops up through a search for "The Scottish Play" along with a link: "theater superstition dictates that

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Posted by iTech on 2006-08-06       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Free online encyclopedia Wikipedia needs to improve the quality of its content in the coming year Jimmy Wales the founder of the project said Friday.

"We're going to have a really strong quality initiative" Wales told attendees in his opening keynote address at Wikimania a threeday conference for users of projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation taking place in Cambridge Massachusetts.

Wales is the founder and chair of the board of trustees of Wikimedia a nonprofit corporation that operates Wikipedia along with

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-06   

Google Inc. has extended a multiyear deal with RealNetworks Inc. to promote Google software across Real's entertainment and multimedia products the companies said on Wednesday.

RealNetworks and Google together with Web browser maker Mozilla Corp. said they had agreed to distribute the Mozilla Firefox browser together with the Google Toolbar along with Real's RealPlayer audio and video playback software.

No financial terms were disclosed.

Google Toolbar is a software program users install inside a browser allowing them to more quickly search the

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Posted by iMark on 2006-08-04   

Authentium which sells software development tools to security applications vendors introduced a new product July that promises to give banks and other online service providers the ability to create more secure Webbased transactions.

Dubbed VirtualATM the SDK (software developer kit) is aimed squarely at businesses looking to boost security of their online operations by further locking down users' computers to decrease the likelihood of fraud during sensitive communications.

Meant to be offered directly to customers by financial services firms and Internet

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-02   

On Monday a startup called Spiceworks released a beta version of its free adsupported IT management software for network administrators.

"After probably plus years in this business it struck us as kind of odd maybe even a little perverse that you should have to pay for technology to manage your technology" says Scott Abel cofounder and CEO of Spiceworks.

Until it can ramp up its ad revenue Spiceworks will pay its staff to manage its technology with $ million in venture funding it received

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Posted by iMark on 2006-08-01   

Google has launched a beta site service for open source software called Google Code Project Hosting available at http://code.google.com/hosting. Announced late last week at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland Oregon and sporting a tagline of "Release Early Release Often" Google Code provides space for developers and users to exchange open source software and collaboratively work on projects.
 
On its FAQ page Google describes the service as a site for "external developers interested in Googlerelated development. It's

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-01   

MSNBC on Monday said it has completed a beta test of its adsupported mobile news service which the news company plans to roll out in November.
 
The service is being developed with SmartVideo Technologies Inc. which is providing the mobile platform to deliver the top headlines and videos from NBC News programs to cellular phones.

The service is expected to be available through a dedicated MSNBC Web site. MSNBC is a joint venture of Microsoft Corp. and NBC Universal News.

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