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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?
Now that OpenSocial has been partially release into the wild, the effects on the ecosystem are being felt. TechCrunch reported on a hack of an application on Plaxo's OpenSocial-compliant host.
Guest post: Chris Matyszczyk finds it odd that nearly a third of single Americans feel that the Internet is “sufficient companionship” and about the same percentage of young Americans would sell their name for a piffling $100,000.Research shows that there are basically only two types of people.
It seems as though barely an hour passes where some other company doesn't go public with its plans to support Google's recently announced OpenSocial framework and it's getting hard to keep track of them. Not only that, how do we refer to "them" (at last count, 24 26 of them).
I've had domain specific languages on my mind recently, so when a Wired News article on Hancock, a DSL for data mining "communities of interest" crossed through my feedreader, I spent some time digging into it.The gist of the story is this: AT&T invented a language, called Hancock, (source code and binaries available) for analyzing data flows.
Salesforce Winter ’08 edition of the Force.com platform is now live, as well as two new applications-- Salesforce Content and Salesforce Ideas (previously covered here when the software was rolled out at Dreamforce 07).
Oracle's lawsuit against SAP and its TomorrowNow unit may be paying off for the company. A Wall Street research firm argues that TomorrowNow and Rimini Street are losing momentum.
Facebook is now the lone wolf, the only major social network not to partake of Google's OpenSocial APIs. This is understandable.