Google's YouTube added a tool called Remixer that allows you to combine video, photos and music into a big mashup. YouTube posted the update and said the following:If you've ever uploaded from your cell phone, wished for an easy way to add titles and transitions, or just wanted to remix your own videos, Remixer is a great place to play.
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Apple is executing a well-known strategy when it comes to the iPhone: Under promise over deliver (UPOD). Apple said in a statement today that the iPhone's battery life will have 8 hours of talk time, 6 hours of Internet use, 7 hours of video playback and 24 hours of audio.
Microsoft updates its Internet Protocol television (IPTV) platform named Mediaroom in its latest volley into the television market. But what's most notable here is that Microsoft is aiming for Mediaroom to be an "ingredient brand.
Guest post: Christopher Lochhead, the former chief marketing officer at Mercury, was the driving force behind the concept of BTO (Business Technology Optimization), which is about aligning IT investments deeply with business goals. Now Christopher is thinking “green,” looking at what he is called Green Business Technology (GBT).
Update below: Quintura has just about everything you'd want in an alternative search engine: Solid results, a nice interface that's intuitive and social features to share searches with friends. However, Quintura (see gallery for details on how it works) isn't easy to add as a default search into your browser.
Notable headlines:Life without Google: Quintura a nice alternative. Gallery (right).
On Monday at 10:00 AM EST, I will be moderated a live videocast debate from Boston on the merits of Enterprise 2.0 between Andrew McAfee and Thomas Davenport.
Via Robert Scoble, I ran into an interesting discussion of font rendering in Safari running on Windows. Jeff Atwood has some side-by-side comparisons of Safari rendered text and IE rendered text showing the Safari's font rendering is clearly blurred (sorry, I couldn't resist).
In the I can't resist department, Business 2.0 has a poll dubbed "Who matters now?
Ryan Naraine just posted a primer and gallery on how to secure Safari and it's quite educational. For instance, I learned that I did nearly everything wrong when I downloaded Safari for Windows the other day.