"We are at a very interesting juncture," said Ray Ozzie speaking with John Battelle at the Web 2.0 Summit.
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Ask CEO Jim Lanzone and Microsoft search head Steve Berkowitz were asked about competing with Google during a session at the Web 2.0 Summit.
In a previous post, I've already rendered one opinion on why I think Dell doesn't quite get blogging. Today came more evidence of this.
Search is the motherload of the Internet today, as has been proven by Google. But it is still clunky and you end up with 149,000,000 results for "ajax" delivered in .
Chief Amazon Jeff Bezos was first on stage on the second day the Web 2.0 Summit.
When, as a part of ZDNet’s effort to turn its journalists into independent video producers as well, the folks in our broadband group sent me a Panasonic AG-HVX200K to play around with, I had no idea how much the camera they were sending me would prove to be a game changer when it comes to commercial video production in a distributed, collaborative environment.
Yesterday's Web 2.0 Summit included a few highlights worth mentioning.
Riya’s facial search service was one of the first darlings of the Web 2.0 world.
John Battelle and Tim O’Reilly kicked off the industry heavyweight portion of the Web 2.0 Summit with a few remarks about Web 2.
Somewhere in the back of my mind, the fact that I have seen multiple news headlines having to do with new or ongoing lawsuits in the tech industry was gnawing at me. So, I decided to search ZDNet on the words "infringement" and "lawsuit" to see what came up.