Oppenheimer analyst Sandeep Aggarwal is putting some big revenue figures behind Google's mobile applications plans.Aggarwal used the search giant's mobile strategy to up his price target to $850.
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Google outlined some of the participants of its Android mobile software in a media alert a few minutes ago.Google detailed a noon (ET) conference call for the Open Handset Alliance, an alliance of more than 30 partners.
Wanted: Shareholders for four of Barry Diller's castoffs. Requirements: A high tolerance for pain and an affinity for businesses--a struggling TV-based retailer, an online mortgage referral business, an under siege ticket vendor and a company the hawks condos and vacations--that require a long-term view.
HiveLive has joined the growing number of companies focused on delivering social software, or a community platform with wikis, blogs, and forums, to enterprises. HiveLive calls itself as “the first community platform to seamlessly integrate social networks with information networks.
Dell said Monday it will buy storage vendor EqualLogic in a deal worth $1.4 billion in cash.
Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Google’s big mobile splash: Handicapping the winners and losers. Computerworld: Google to unveil mobile platform; target: iPhone?
Socialtext co-founder Ross Mayfield has stepped down as CEO of the enterprise wiki company and is handing the reins to Eugene Lee, a well-seasoned tech executive who has spent time at Adobe, Cisco, Banyan Systems and was a co-founder of Beyond Inc. (acquired by Banyan).
Aggregate Knowledge launched a major update to its service that aggregates user data from retail and media partners and presents consumers with relevant products and content as they peruse Web pages.The company renamed its service the Pique Discovery Network and added new capabilities, such as targeted product and content placements in emails and through affiliate channels.
Now that Mark Cuban is free from his "Dancing with the Stars" commitment, he is weighing in on the current Facebook-OpenSocial debate. Several months ago he privately suggested that Facebook license its APIs to Yahoo:...
Google is reportedly rolling out its mobile operating system and one thing is clear: It's going to make a big splash. The question is who will drown in Google's wake?