Google announced the introduction of Google Sites as part of Google Apps. This is a nice addition to the free suite of Google Apps services. Here is a brief introduction to Google Sites: It’s an online application that makes creating a team web site as easy as editing a document. You can quickly gather a […]

Google’s Android mobile operating system has already gotten a lot of press, but seeing is believing and once you see what can be done on this platform you will be excited about what the future of mobile has to offer. Check out this video released by Google… You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to […]


What would a new blog be without the initial hello world post? As I begin my self publishing efforts through this blog I would just like to give credit to my source of inspiration and conviction that of

Document publishing giant looks to multimedia content as the next step in building its software empire. URL: Adobe to buy Macromedia for $3.4 billion

Cisco chief John Chambers talks about the drive to be No. 1 and his company’s ideal takeover target. URL: What makes Cisco run? Source Blog

Will Skype be able to create a success business model around its popular VoIP software? We will soon find out as the company enhances its Net phone software with new features. One lets customers have three phone numbers in up to eight countries. URL: Skype rolls out premium services Source Blog

“T-Mobile has put a Wi-Fi service on the London to Brighton Express commuter service. It uses WiMax (ok, pre-WiMax) for the uplink, and is cheap enough to put on any other long-distance rail service. One interesting thing is that they didn’t need to wait for next year’s “mobile” WiMax version: the system can handover between […]

URL: China PM Wants to Rule Global Tech With India

URL: Detecting Speech Without Microphones “New Scientist is reporting on a new way of detecting speech without using microphones, using electrodes places on the neck that measure muscle activit

The software maker says commercializing its own technology is still job one, but it sees some opportunity in sharing technology with start-ups. URL: Microsoft opens research lab for licensing Source Blog

URL: Nanotech company aims to put paint in the past Paint–it’s so 19th Century. New nanotechnology coatings dry in seconds and don’t give off fumes. Source Blog

URL: Play to pay: Service inserts ads in games Start-up will launch in-game ad network with help from game publishers and mainstream advertisers. Photo: Ads get some action.

URL: News network to pay ‘citizen journalists’ San Francisco-based plans to compensate its corps of volunteer writers–will others follow?

Regulators in the U.S. and Canada are entering the battle over emergency calls via Internet phones. URL: Raising alarms about 911 over Net phones

Satellite radio expands its reach in cyberspace as market leader XM joins forces with America Online. URL: AOL tunes in XM for radio deal