Earlier today, I got an e-mail from the folks at AOL who are trying to drum up some attention for the new user interface on the company's namesake portal. According to the e-mail, AOL has taken a ton of user feedback it has been getting and is using it "to create a richer, more personalized experience -- that doesn't look like Yahoo.
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Apple has answered critics who, even before an iPhone was in their hands, were giving its battery life extremely low marks. Fellow ZDNet blogger Jason O'Grady reports:In a last minute surprise Apple has posted new information about the iPhone battery and touchscreen that is sure to please potential buyers.
All around us, it seems, there are forces conspiring to stovepipe the Internet. That's where there's no single Internet.
Interesting developments in high def DVD world. On the one hand, it looks like Blockbuster is going all Blu-ray (in other words, no more discs that conform to the HD-DVD format).
If you follow the tech news at all, then you've got to be suffering from the same overload problem I am. A few years ago, finding interesting tech news was like hanging your tongue under a dripping faucet in the middle of the desert.
We're heading into the fifth week of our ZDNet Deputy Tester of the Week program and so far, we've named 10 ZDNet audience members as deputy testers who get to keep whatever technology I send them.
It's getting harder. As ZDNet's audience members get hip to the idea that I'm giving away technology that they can keep once I send it to them for testing, more people are trying to join my posse of deputy testers and the writeups are getting more and more creative.
On this week's MonkCast (a joint production between ZDNet and the IT analysts at Redmonk), I'm joined by RedMonk co-founder and principal analyst James Governor and before we could even get into any analysis of the week's happenings, we landed on a discussion about keeping beer cold in the old days -- the really old days. Like the 1300's old days.
This week, at the eBay Developer Conference in Boston, one of the company's developers Stephen Chang was demonstrating a new easy-to-customize software widget called eBay-to-go that webmasters, bloggers and users of other social sites like MySpace can use to embed a small portal into the eBay auction system right onto their Web pages.