Microsoft's Popfly mashup builder is now in open beta program. During an interview at the Web 2.
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Steve Ballmer was first at bat as the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco resumed for the second day.
I'm one of the organizers of the Internet Identity Workshop and part of my job is asking for sponsorships to help support the workshop. One of the things that's a little surprising to me is how most companies expect that a sponsorship will get them a speaking slot.
Reports are trickling in that China is blocking Google, Yahoo and Microsoft searches and redirecting them to Baidu. Welcome to the land where a firewall is an economic weapon.
Forget the Skype acquisition debacle. It's eBay's core business you should be worried about.
SAP reported solid third quarter results Thursday and announced a deal to supply Wal-Mart with financial applications.First the earnings, SAP, which has recently acquired Business Objects and YASU Technologies, reported third quarter revenue of 2.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Get a sneak peek of Microsoft's Office Live Workspace service. Gallery (right).
Rupert Murdoch and his employee Chris DeWolfe, co-founder of MySpace, took the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit this evening.
Evan Williams, founder of Obvious, the company behind Twitter, gave an interesting and Twitter-like (brief) talk about lessons from developing the software. "Aggressively applying constraints can have unexpected benefits," he said, speaking at the Web 2.
At the Web 2.0 Summit, many of the interviews and presentations are old news or not very filling.