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The open-source database picked by Google and Wikipedia will be able to step up the development of technology in a number of specific areas.
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Fuhu Inc., the Los Angeles startup behind the $199 Nabi childrens' tablet with Google Nexus guts, is suing former partner Toys "R" Us, which plans to launch its own competing Tabeo tablet next month.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, has stepped up to defend a British student who faces extradition to the U.S. over a link-site that operates "no differently to Google."
Yesterday's Stop Online Piracy Act protest by Wikipedia, Google and others demonstrated that the legislation could rock the very foundations of the web. It also made it very difficult for one ZDNet editor to do his job.
Service blackouts to support causes such as those conducted by Wikipedia and Google provide "shock effect" but such acts need right motivations and produce tangible results, observers note.
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Wikipedia and Google have staged blackouts and protests against two proposed US laws that could let copyright owners block websites.As expected, Wikipedia began a blackout of its English language sites at 5:00am.
Here are a couple of ways you can access Wikipedia.
With the Multi Web Browser, you can finally surf on multiple websites at once. For example, you can use your favorite search engine,...
UPDATED: On January 18th, Wikipedia, Reddit, Imgur and numerous other Web sites will be going dark in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA). Others, like Google, will be protesting in other ways. Here's who's shutting down and why.
Google, the world's most popular search engine, confirmed today that though it will not 'blackout' its results or pages, it will join others in unified solidarity against the SOPA bill.
Maybe blacking out their Web sites would be over-kill, but the Internet giants could use other joint tactics to kill Stop Online Piracy Act off.
Google Wallet starts to go big with a major retail partner: Gap, Inc.
Could the "Wikipedia of maps" do to Google what Google's Android has done to Symbian?
NTP Inc. settled for $600 million plus in 2006 after a lawsuit against RIM and now they are bringing the fight to Apple, Microsoft, Google, HTC, Motorola, and LG Electronics. There may be some huge settlements coming soon so stay tuned.
Google has made a $2 million donation to the Wikimedia Foundation, the group behind the widely used Wikipedia reference site.
I've written about TouchDown for Google Android in the past and it is one of the best priced apps I have purchased for my T-Mobile G1. I actually popped my SIM card in my G1 yesterday morning and discovered there was an upgrade to TouchDown that brought it up to version 3.x. I then received an email from the company with all the details surrounding this latest upgrade. As I mentioned before in my TouchDown articles, the NitroDesk Inc. people have been regularly updating the application to make the Exchange experience better and better for Google Android devices.
I've written about TouchDown for the Google Android a couple of times (here and here) and as I have said in those posts it gets better and better on a regular basis. I have been using beta versions and the latest available beta supports PUSH email, ability to send attachments, device-local drafts, and more. The folks at NitroDesk, Inc. were able to sign a licensing agreement with Microsoft to support direct push capability through Exchange ActiveSync. I think this is one of the first products for the G1 that provides this functionality, even though a couple others are working on it as well.
PropertyTotal UniqueVisitors (000)% Reach of TotalWorldwideInternetAudienceTotal Worldwide Internet Audience1,007,730100.0%Google Sites775,98077.0%Microsoft Sites646,91564.2%Yahoo! Sites562,57155.8%AOL LLC273,02027.1%Wikimedia Foundation Sites272,99827.1%eBay240,94723.9%Facebook.COM221,79122.0%Amazon Sites187,35418.6%CBS Corporation178,84417.7%Fox Interactive Media172,84117.2%Ask Network164,51316.3%Apple Inc.161,50016.0%Tencent Inc.158,61715.7%Baidu.com Inc.152,44715.1%Adobe Sites123,62312.3%Source: comScore
PropertyAudience, 000% ReachTotal Worldwide Internet Audience1,007,730100.0%Google Sites775,98077.0%Microsoft Sites646,91564.2%Yahoo! Sites562,57155.8%AOL LLC273,02027.1%Wikimedia Foundation Sites272,99827.1%eBay240,94723.9%Facebook.COM221,79122.0%Amazon Sites187,35418.6%CBS Corporation178,84417.7%Fox Interactive Media172,84117.2%Ask Network164,51316.3%Apple Inc.161,50016.0%Tencent Inc.158,61715.7%Baidu.com Inc.152,44715.1%Adobe Sites123,62312.3%Source: comScore
Barack Obama’s web presence may have come under some pressure today as his Wikipedia page appeared to show signs of malfunction for a period between midday GMT and 12:45pm around the time of this blog posting.A casual Google search for the term Obama brought up standard news results and his own dot com home pages.
After spending two years now as a student at university, I've come to the sound conclusion that yes; yes you can survive entirely on Google and Wikipedia for essays and research. Don't be so hasty to shoot me down just quite yet...
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