Archive for the 'Internet' Category

Thursday, September 29th, 2005

$100 Laptops

Sub $100 laptops are coming to a 3rd world country near you. The prototype for this machine will be showcase in November at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in Tunisia. This laptop will feature a hand crank so there will be no need for electrical outlets. Imagine cranking the laptop for five […]

Tuesday, September 27th, 2005

Beginning of Google TV

Can this be the beginning of Google TV? Google Video is streaming the UPN television show “Everybody Hates Chris” until Thursday. This comes at a time when Google place an employment ad for a product manager for Google TV and then deleted the ad: In this role, you will provide leadership on product vision and […]

Happy Birthday Google

It’s been 7 years already Google came on the scene of searches. How time flies, it seems like only yesterday when I started using Google but now Google is turning 7 years old today. What a humble start Google had, from beginning as a search for geeks and nerds to being the search for all […]

Tuesday, September 20th, 2005

Opera Browser is Free

With a new version of the Opera browser out, the people of Opera have finally decided to make the program free without any ads. All I have to say is, I can’t believe it took them so long to realize people won’t fork over $40 for a browser when they can use Internet Explorer or […]

Friday, September 16th, 2005

MashUp Map Galore

Do the Google Map mashup. Seems like there’s a Google map mashup for all sort of things. There was the housing map which was the first to use Google Map integrated with Craigslist. For the Hot or Not crowd there is the Hot People by Zip Code, which I think contains some not so hot […]

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

SimplyFired September Contest

The August contest at SimplyFired came and went real fast. The winner of the Apprentice cruise thats taking place in about two weeks is James Garrison. Happy sailing to the Caribbean James. James won with a pizza entry, here is a snippet of the winning fired story: I had been working for a mortgage company […]

Google Blog Search

As you may already have read this morning, Google is adding a new search to their search arsenal. This new search will search through blogs online. This new search works wonderfully when I tested it. You can read more about the feature from Six Apart. Today we are launching Blog Search – the easiest way […]

Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Dr. Kai-Fu Lee Allow to Work

The controvisial hiring of Dr. Kai-Fu Lee by Google from Microsoft has been allow to work. But after listening to evidence at a two-day hearing last week and reviewing various documents and court briefs, the judge decided today in his ruling on Microsoft’s request for a preliminary injunction to allow Dr. Lee to work on […]

Friday, September 2nd, 2005

Google Advertising Reach

There is a reason why Google Talk came out. What do you get when you combine Google VOIP + Google Ads + Google Print Ads = Google Pay-Per-Call advertising model. Google won’t be the first ones who are using this pay-per-call format. With Google Talk I can imagine an ad that’s on the IM screen […]

Wednesday, August 31st, 2005

Google Ads in Print

The online internet ad King has venture out to stake its claim on the advertising print world. You can take a look at the ads they have on PC Magazine. This can be a win win situations for small companies who can’t afford the enormous amount of money needed to advertise on traditional print medium. […]

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