Hitwise just ran some numbers on the Google's traffic composition in the U.S.
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Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
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The OpenID Foundation on Thursday said that Google, IBM, Microsoft, VeriSign and Yahoo have joined its board.The additions--Yahoo joined OpenID last month and made its accounts compatible--are a big boost to the single sign-on initiative.
London's Heathrow Airport has installed a new car tracking system in Terminal 5, a terminal the size of...well, it sounds big.
SugarCRM, which makes open source customer relationship management software, said it has raised $20 million from New Enterprise Associates as well as its current investors.To date, SugarCRM has raised $46 million.
Google News announced a new feature that enables users to drill down on local news. But your results vary--so much so that it's unlikely you'll drop your local newspaper.
Cisco CEO John Chambers put on his economic cap and noted that customers in the U.S.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Cosmos: An open-source .Net-based microkernel OS is bornMicrosoft runs its datacenters on 'Autopilot'Dan Farber: Google launches free Team Edition of Apps.
Google continues its quest to expand the Google Apps universe with a new Team Edition that makes it easy for workgroups to sign up for Google Apps without burdening IT departments or the lone IT support person."In previous versions of Google Apps, Standard and Premier, the IT department had to get involved in verifying domains and centrally managing users.
This week on the Between the Lines podcast, Larry and I dive once again into the Microsoft-Yahoo story. No white knights have appeared to yet to save Yahoo from the clutches of Microsoft, and it's difficult to understand how the two companies willWe also discuss Microsoft new model-based language, D, the latest news on Windows Server 2008 and the efficacy of selling social media ads on MySpace.
Updated: Cisco Systems on Wednesday reported fiscal second quarter earnings of $2.1 billion, or 33 cents a share, on revenue of $9.