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YouTube turns 5, companies think about your eyeballs.

May 17, 2010
Conan celebrates: ...
Posted In: Google

"Freedom From Porn"

May 17, 2010
In a recently published email exchange with Gawker writer Ryan Tate, Apple's Steve Jobs says that the iPad will offer customers "freedom from porn"...
Posted In: apple, steve jobs

Groupon buys European competitor

May 17, 2010
Business Insider reports that Chicago-based Groupon has acquired European competitor Citydeal. The online social networking shopping site (I guess...

Computer Grandparents

May 14, 2010
Our pal Glenn Fleishman pointed to this item through his Twitter feed the other day and there's something immensely charming about it. Folks at the...
Posted In: apple, Google, Microsoft

Google's Nexus One was going to be a revolutionary retail product

May 14, 2010
A smart phone sold only through Google! Not available in stores!...
Posted In: Google, smartphones

Morning Memo - 5/14

May 14, 2010
Cell phones now used more for data than for calls. The New York Times reports that for the first time, actual phone calls make up a minority of...
Posted In: morning memo

Marine analogies for Google and Facebook

May 13, 2010
We were sitting around the office talking about the difference in the ways Google gets information from the way Facebook does. I figure Google is...
Posted In: Facebook, Google

Paul F. Tompkins in action

May 13, 2010
In our Friday show, we talk to comedian Paul F. Tompkins. Not your regular tech show guest, I grant you. But he's come up with a novel way of...

Morning Memo 5/13

May 13, 2010
Facebook reviews privacy policyAccording to allfacebook.com, Facebook is expected to hold a meeting today at 4pm PST to discuss the company's...
Posted In: morning memo

Is Facebook's big problem one of public relations?

May 12, 2010
In other words, are they misunderstood? So argues Liz Gannes from GigaOm in her article Facebook Needs to Find Its Voice on Privacy. ...

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Beginning November 20 in Cancun, Mexico, 192 countries start their annual conference on climate change. Over the next two weeks delegates will try to rebuild momentum toward a global deal on carbon emissions, after they failed to reach a deal last year Copenhagen. Follow the continued coverage from the Marketplace sustainability desk, reporting live from Cancun.