Portable 'Halo,' and other 'Origami' concepts — "Halo" on Microsoft's Origami concept device, in a screen shot from a video that the company says reflects its initial thinking from a year ago, not necessarily a final result. (Digital Kitchen video) — Todd Bishop's Microsoft Blog @ SeattlePI.com
Edgeio Launches, Finally — So much has been written about Edgeio, that it is hard to add anything new to the conversation. The big news is that, it has finally gone live. Go try it out for yourself. — Edgeio is a company co-founded byMike Arrington, who writes the influential Web 2.0 blog …
Edgeio Launches — After much anticipation and a period of being available to a private audience the team at Edgeio took the covers off of their creation tonight and launched to the general public. Edgeio takes listings (classifieds) from RSS-enabled sources and organizes them in a central location …
CBS Intends to Ring In With Breaking News for a Subscription Fee — The CBS Corporation is expected to announce today the first subscription services that send news and entertainment alerts that include video clips to mobile phones. They are part of a broad new strategy to sell wireless media products directly to consumers.
ASK MAKES ITS PLAY — Just back from the week off, and much is up in the search world. I'll have a roundup later in the day, but the top news for now is Ask, which has declared its intention to become the Fox of the search engine world - in other words, to come into the game late, with low odds, and hope to strike ratings gold.
Microsoft Unveils Windows Vista Product Lineup — Offerings deliver unique value across business and consumer audiences. — REDMOND, Wash. — Feb. 26, 2006 — Microsoft Corp. today announced the product lineup of its upcoming Windows Vista™ operating system.
Exclusive Look At Google Payments — Google announced last week on their blog that they will begin to facilitate payments on Google Base in the near future. The blog post from Google pointed out that Google are already accepting payments on their video service as well as when users purchase software …
He Helped Build the iPod; Now He Has Built a Rival — PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 23 — When Samsung, the consumer electronics giant, decided to mount a serious challenge to Apple Computer's iPod music player early last year, it turned to a little-known Silicon Valley software start-up with a cluttered …
Blog Epitaphs? Get Me Rewrite! — Rumors of Blogs' Demise Are Exaggerated, — But a Lot Less Obsession Would Be Healthy — Maybe you've heard: Blogs are a vanishing fad — this year's digital Pet Rock. Or a business bubble about to pop. Or a sucker's bet for new-media fame seekers.
WTF 2.0 — The worst thing about all the Web 2.0 hype is the complete loss of business perspective. There's a few companies out there that seem to get it but just about every other new website I've seen lately is nothing but features parading as businesses.
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