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April, 2010

  • 9 April

    Google initiates dispute over domain qoogle.com

    Normally the domains big corporations fight for are pretty useless. Recently, however, Google filed a complaint with the National Arbitration Forum over a name that is very important for its brand protection: qoogle.com. The name is so important because the “q” looks very much like a “g.” A quick visit …

  • 7 April

    Ubuntu providing home grown clouds

    When one thinks of cloud computing in business terms, it is usually because he or she is considering a move to a cloud offering from Amazon or Google. But some organizations need to offer some cloud applications internally to their customers or employees. While those with large IT development staffs …

  • 2 April

    Offering web-based email on your web server

    These days, many email users rely on free services such as GMail or Yahoo! Mail for their messaging needs, but these services lack the customization that some business customers may want (i.e. myname@mydomain.com). For that, they have two options: setup cloud services with Google or another service provider, or use …

  • 1 April

    Google changes name to Topeka

    If you didn’t figure it out earlier, by now you probably know that today is April barl’s Day. In keeping with its tradition of pranks and cranks, Google “changed its name” to Topeka. Recall that some time ago, the American city of Topeka, Kansas, temporarily changed its name to Google …

March, 2010

  • 17 March

    Microsoft says IE9 will support HTML5

    Just as we predicted, Microsoft has announced that their latest incarnation of Internet Explorer, version 9, will included support for some HTML 5 elements, including video. Much to the chagrin of Mozilla and other open standard advocates, however, the new demo build of the browser only supports h.264 video, following …

  • 5 March

    Microsoft may soon step up its HTML 5 game

    Just days after we posted news about Google’s acquisitions that position it to make a large impact on HTML 5 video development, suspicion is floating around the tech world that Microsoft is planning a big announcement for Internet Explorer 9, the next installment of their declining browser. If Microsoft intends …

  • 3 March

    American city changes name to Google, Kansas

    Topeka, a city of 120,000 in America’s Midwest, has changed its official name to Google, Kansas. Before you update your maps, however, take note. The new name is only temporary and will revert back at the end of March. Topeka made the change in hopes of boosting its chances to …

  • 2 March

    The HTML 5 video debate revisted

    Website owners should always be concerned about the latest news and developments with the web browser wars and Web standards. Decisions made by these third parties can directly affect how your website is presented to your viewers and whether you need to make adjustments. Our original post centered around Apple …

  • 2 March

    Google may be benefiting from typosquatting

    A recent study conducted by researchers at Harvard reveals that Google may be earning as much as $500 million a year from typosquatting. How could this be so? Recall that typosquatting is the registration of misspelled domaina to siphon traffic from more popular websites. The study tracked the 3264 most …

February, 2010

  • 19 February

    Google CEO: "[W]e can literally know everything if we want to"

    These days, it seems like Google runs everything. From Google Desktop to Google Search to Google WiFi in some areas, the company is in a position to collect all sorts of data about its users. The fears of privacy advocates will not be put to rest any time soon, however. …

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