Reveal Technology unveiled a peer-to-peer search application targeting distributed workgroups for finding and sharing documents, including unstructured data. Unlike Google or Microsoft enterprise search solutions, Reveal, a 3-megabyte download, is permission-based to a file and user level, so that only authorized users get access to data, said Laurent Meynier, founder and CEO of the company.
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Amazon says there are 55 percent more developers using Amazon Web Services as of Dec. 31 compared to a year ago.
Today, via a post at echoditto, I learned about a Google "click-to-connect" feature on Google Local. (Thanks to Britt Blaser for the pointer.
Will Michael Dell's second act at his namesake company look like Steve Jobs'? Or Ted Waitt's.
TeleFlip promises to give 2.3 billion cell phone users free email and alerts on their SMS-enabled handsets without any additional software, according to company CEO Tony Davis.
Inilex launched Kepler Advantage, which a GPS-enabled wireless device for security and monitoring that plugs into a car’s data bus. From a phone, PDA or other device, you can set alarms, start the engine, unlock doors and receive messages, such as "your vehicle has been stolen.
Ken Gardner has been around the block. He was the founder and CEO of Istante, Sagent Technology, ReportSmith, and ViewPoint Systems over the last two decades.
While search algorithms and new products get the headlines, the business processes–human resources, financial systems and the ranking of projects–underpinning Google's growth is the real asset.
Cisco and Apple are taking a little extra time to work out the iPhone trademark spat. A terse joint statement reads:"Apple and Cisco have agreed to extend the time for Apple to respond to the lawsuit to allow for discussions between the companies with the aim of reaching agreement on trademark rights and interoperability.
Jeff Jarvis at BuzzMachine notes how he slammed PayPerPost, which pays bloggers to promote products. He takes PayPerPost to task for not mandating disclosure earlier and being a murky on the topic.