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November 18, 2014 By Extensoft

Artisteer

Artisteer is a Web design automation product that instantly creates fantastic looking, unique Web site templates and blog themes. TYpu...

January 31, 2008 by

Google wins 700mhz FCC auction

Of course there is no way yet to say if Google is the current high bidder, but we do know for sure that Google has won. The auction has now surpassed the reserve price of $4.

June 15, 2008 By Snarfware

Snarfer

Snarfer is an easy, fast and free approach to enjoying RSS, ATOM, and XML feeds. Snarfer comes with hundreds of feeds to choose from,...

July 10, 2007 by

FCC draft rules may mean Google will buy up spectrum in 2008 auction

In what looks like some sort of victory for Net Neutrality, the FCC is poised to adopt Google's call for open access on part of the 700 MHz spectrum scheduled to be auctioned off next year, Dow Jones reports. As broadcast television moves to digital broadcast, the long-distance 700 MHz spectrum is being freed up and auctioned off.

July 25, 2013 By Image Line Software

EZGenerator

EZGenerator gives you a jump start when you want to create and maintain your own Web site. Based on an collection of over 2000 Web...

December 12, 2006 by

Google online auctions for employee stock options

GOOG is a powerful recruiting incentive for Google. Google is now embarking on an innovative online auction process enabling Googlers to sell vested stock options:Under the Transferable Stock Option program, employees will still be able to exercise their options, but will also be able to sell their options to financial institutions as an alternative.

June 30, 2006 by

Google now baby-steps away from eBay-like auction service

I was just reading Steve Bryant's Ten Possible Consequences of Google's GBuy and I couldn't help but wonder about his omission of the possibility that Google will use the core of the auction technology it has already developed to build its own eBay like auction marketplace for goods and services (non-advertising).  Think about it.

February 25, 2011 by

Turing papers saved for the UK

Bletchley Park, the centre of World War Two code-breaking, has gained a collection of papers written by mathematician Alan Turing, after receiving last-minute donations

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