The Google is getting into the hardware business. Starting June 15, Google Chromebooks will be available for lease by educational institutions and small businesses. Business users will pay $28 a month for each Chromebook and educational institutions will pay $20 a month per unit. According to Mashable, IT managers can use virtualization platforms like Citrix […]
This week’s Ad Age focuses on digital, and shows how old-school copy testing is coming to the web: “A home-page takeover on Yahoo can cost a million dollars a day,” [ARSgroup CEO Jeff Cox] said. “The traditional thing with digital was if it’s not working, we’ll take it down. When you drop a million dollars […]
I’ll admit, if I watch a show on a DVR, I’ll skip the ads — that is, if I’m paying that much attention. Often, I’ll be watching while doing something on my laptop and I’ll forget what I’m watching isn’t live, so then the commercials will play. It’s this kind of existence that the New […]
Google is planning to test ultra-high speed broadband networks in one or more trial locations across the country. Municipalities with populations from 50,000 to 500,000 have until today to get their bids in. But many cities are going well beyond the required Request for Information–they’re creating advocacy campaigns to interest the decision makers in Mountain […]
According to The Wall Street Journal, western manufacturers of computer hardware have some tough decisions ahead of them. China plans to require that all personal computers sold in the country as of July 1 be shipped with software that blocks access to certain Web sites. The government, which has told global PC makers of the […]
Yesterday, LG Electronics officially launched their LG Arena (LG-KM900) phone at the World Mobile Congress 2009. Arena is a fully loaded multimedia phone that offers an exhilarating audio and video experience made possible by LG’s intuitive new 3D S-Class User Interface. “What really makes ARENA special is its intuitive 3D S-Class UI, which is unlike […]
The New York Times is inviting developers to mess with its data. On Wednesday, Derek Gottfrid announced on The Times “Open” blog that programmers and developers can now easily access 2.8 million news articles going back to 1981 via the new Article Search API. Mathew Ingram at Gigaom wonders why people in journalism aren’t screaming […]
People are talking about Twitter possibly being worth a quarter of a billion dollars. Which people? Why, Sarah Lacy and Om Malik. Let’s listen.