Meldungen vom 08.11.2008

  • Google, Microsoft, Facebook and MySpace talk platforms

    As Web application platforms rise in importance and popularity, Google, Microsoft, MySpace and Facebook executives shared tips for keeping developers happy, disagreed on philosophical issues like standards and articulated wish lists of applications they'd like to see created. …mehr

  • Is Yahoo dead?

    The problem with writing about the endless Microsoft-Yahoo-Google mini-series is eventually you run out of metaphors. So I'll quote Michael Corleone: "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in." …mehr

  • Twitter says SMS problems persist

    Users of the popular microblogging service are still experiencing SMS delivery problems, according to the Twitter Status blog and a message posted at the top of user accounts. …mehr

  • How Obama Will Use Web 2.0 For Change

    During his campaign, delivered on the democratic promise of Web 2.0 technologies by using them to give voices to millions of Americans who had traditionally been drowned out by TV pundits, politicians and wealthy donors. And he's already shown he'll continue to use them when he's in office. That was the contention made by speakers Friday morning on the third day of the Web 2.0 Summit here in San Francisco. …mehr

  • Thousands hit in broad Web hack

    Hackers have launched a massive Web hacking campaign, putting malicious links on as many as 10,000 servers, security vendor Kaspersky Lab Friday. …mehr

  • Energy Star for servers coming in February, EPA says

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released the third draft of its Energy Star specification for servers and expects the final spec to be ready for use in February. …mehr

  • Gore sees transformative power of Web in politics

    Barack Obama had a lot going for him already in this year's election, but his creative use of the Internet played a huge role in making him president elect, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore said Friday. …mehr

  • Google-enabled government starts with Obama's CTO

    President-elect Barack Obama's plan to build a -enabled government began modestly this week with its new , which includes the means to in the new administration. …mehr

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