Google opens online video store — Technology editor, BBC News website in Las Vegas — Google is to start selling video online, offering a way for people to search for and buy TV shows and more through its site. — The web giant's co-founder Larry Page announced the service at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Coming Soon to TV Land: The Internet, Actually — LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6 - What would a world with television coming through the Internet be like? — Instead of tuning into programs preset and determined by the broadcast network or cable or satellite TV provider, viewers would be able to search …
Google Pack Offers 1-Stop Downloading Of Software — Information on Google Pack already went live briefly on Google earlier today, but now the software bundling and updating system has been formally announced. It pulls together popular Google software applications along with those from other providers.
Google's trojan horse — After Google's Larry Page finished his CES presentation in Las Vegas tonight, he reportedly headed over to the Venetian Hotel to take a ride in a fake gondola down an artificial canal in a shopping mall disguised as a great city. "Cool," he said. "This is just like the internet."
THOUGHTS ON GOOGLE VIDEO STORE, AND GOOGLE PACK — As I posted earlier, I had the chance to talk with Marissa Mayer about Google Pack, and Jennifer Feiken, who runs Google Video. I'd have posted earlier, but I was under embargo. — The news is out now, and the analysis begins (live coverage at Engadget here).
I Love Lotus Notes — Lotus Notes is a truly great software product. It is slicker than black ice in New England in January. It may not be the best thing since sliced bread, but is better than anything invented before sliced bread. Alright, I may be over compensating to counter the claims …
Suckage — Dave Delay was a developer on Lotus Notes for several years and has written an essay on how much he loves Lotus Notes. His intent is to counter claims that Lotus Notes Sucks. — No self-respecting software developer wants to hear someone say that his product sucks.
Microsoft Challenges Linux's Legacy Claims — News Analysis: Tests run in Redmond's Linux lab seek to dispel the myth that Linux can run on anything, especially older legacy hardware. — Editor's Note: This story is part one in a series of three stories about Microsoft's Linux and open-source lab.
Kodak unveils new logo — Event marks the company's first such change in more than half a century — (January 6, 2006) — In another break with the past, Eastman Kodak Co. is introducing a new corporate logo designed to help the company forge a new image as a cutting-edge, 21st century innovator.
Figure This: Google 2K — Google (GOOG:Nasdaq - commentary - research - Cramer's Take) shares at $2,000? That's what Caris & Co. analyst Mark Stahlman says is theoretically possible. — In note issued to clients Thursday, Stahlman stresses that he isn't setting an official price target …
Exclusive: Apple Plasma Displays to Rock MWSF — A funny thing happened when I walked into the convenience store this morning: as I was grabbing my usual breakfast sandwich (sausage, egg and cheese on a english muffin if you must know) from the warming rack at Wawa (a favorite shop for those in PA/NJ) …
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