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Microsoft revamps Hotmail as social-friendly Outlook

Microsoft Corp unveiled a revamped, Facebook-friendly version of its free, online email service on Tuesday in an attempt to reverse market share losses to Google Inc’s fast-growing Gmail. The world’s largest software company is renaming its Hotmail service Outlook, giving it a sharp new look, social network links and new features for [Continue]

Google urges end to authors’ digital book lawsuit

Google Inc retook the offensive against thousands of authors claiming it copied their works without permission, and urged the dismissal of a class-action lawsuit arising from its ambitious plan to build the world’s largest digital book library. Friday’s request by the world’s largest search engine company followed a federal [Continue]

Yes, Virginia, the Government Invented the Internet

Al Gore was once routinely mocked for supposedly claiming to have “invented the Internet.” He didn’t really say that but that didn’t do much to stop the joke from spreading. Now, in similarly fact-challenged fashion, Wall Street Journal columnist L. Gordon Crovitz has attempted to extend the idea and claim that government [Continue]

Content Curation Software Company, XYDO, Launches New Website

XYDO launches website that promises a lasting solution to the process of gathering and sharing 3rd party content for businesses. Park City, Utah (PRWEB) July 25, 2012 Long gone are the days of browsing through numerous Internet news sites, endlessly searching the web for something interesting to read and share. With the launch of XYDO’s [Continue]

Question for a CEO: What is Yahoo?

Question for a CEO: What is Yahoo?

What is Yahoo? That straightforward question has so far baffled the people who run the company. I got a taste of the fuzziness when I visited Carol Bartz, then the chief executive, back in 2010. She was funny, profane and articulate, except on the question of what the company is. After five minutes of listening [Continue]

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer could earn $100 million over 5 years

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer could earn $100 million over 5 years

New Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer’s compensation package could total more than $70 million in salary, bonuses, restricted stock and stock options over five years, according to a regulatory filing made by the company Thursday. Mayer’s pay package is made up of $1 million in annual salary, as much as $2 million in an annual [Continue]

NBC’s buyout of msnbc.com: bold venture or quixotic folly?

Alone among the four major television networks, NBC and its new parent company, Comcast, finds itself deeply in the news business. This is heroic, quixotic … or just not all that thought-through. On Monday, NBC further consolidated its news eminence by buying out its partner, Microsoft, in msnbc.com, one of the web’s leading news sites. [Continue]

Marissa Mayer’s top 3 challenges as Yahoo CEO

Marissa Mayer’s top 3 challenges as Yahoo CEO

Like a lot of math geeks, Marissa Mayer enjoys tackling complex problems. She will find plenty of those as the latest CEO at Yahoo. The troubled company has turned into a vexing brain-twister as its financial performance has steadily deteriorated even though it still boasts one of the Internet’s biggest audiences and best-known brands. Yahoo [Continue]

YouTube source for news, disaster footage: Study

YouTube source for news, disaster footage: Study

YouTube source for news, disaster footage: Study Associated Press, July 16, 2012 A new study finds that YouTube is emerging as a major platform for news, one to which viewers increasingly turn for eyewitness videos in times of major events and natural disasters. The Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism on Monday [Continue]

Yahoo password breach extends to Gmail, Hotmail

More than 400,000 Yahoo Inc user names and passwords were stolen and published on the Web, putting other websites at risk as well, after hackers exploited a vulnerability in Yahoo’s computer systems. Some logins for Google Inc, AOL Inc and Microsoft Corp services were among those compromised. The three companies said they required affected [Continue]

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