This week on the Dan & David Show we talk about Apple's new iMacs and software applications. They are not going to shake up the business world.
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People search engine Spock opened its doors today in a public beta. I posted about it this morning, calling the service a "bit slow.
News Corp. said its Fox Interactive unit, which largely consists of MySpace, turned a profit of $10 million on revenue of $550 million for the fiscal year ending June 30.
Apple unveiled its latest iMac and overall it's pretty snazzy. But Wall Street analysts aren't too enthused.
If you've been perusing our blogs of late you've probably stumbled across some new faces. We've recently added seven new bloggers focused on key areas for us.
Forrester CEO George Colony has some advice for CEOs about customer relationship management and the correct attitude to win friends and influence enemies in the corporate world.It's now a two-way conversation.
On today's podcast:Firefox's plan to retain users.Is Apple targeting business with the iMac?
Are you a subject or a participant in a news story that has a beef? Perhaps you were misquoted.
Can your network really handle unified communications and video intensive video applications like telepresence?That question is one you should be asking yourself after Cisco's fourth quarter earnings conference call.
The people-centered Web gains a new player as Spock officially opens its door with a public beta. It joins Wink and ZoomInfo in parsing the universe of people.