Friday, August 19, 2022

Sharon Gaudin


Google the most-sought employer, again

College students pick Google for third straight year; IBM, Intel, Microsoft and Apple also make list of most attractive employers

Microsoft tries to make Hotmail cool again with overhaul

The Redmond, Wash. software giant battles graymail with five new automated features for Hotmail. With competitors like Google's Gmail and Yahoo Mail in the free e-mail space, Hotmail's popularity has taken a slide

Canadian drug maker goes social to help supply chain crisis

Ratiopharm Canada uses social collaboration to get everyone communicating and avoid the recurring problem of production delays due to a manufacturing snafu or a quality control issue

Google+ will get edged out of social world: LinkedIn CEO

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner says nobody has time for yet another social network. But analysts say it

Microsoft accidently leaks social networking image Tulalip

Microsoft Research makes a booboo and gives a glimpse of the homepage for

Twitter reportedly buys TweetDeck for US$40M

Microblogging site may have finalized a deal to scoop up TweetDeck, CNN says. Another company, UberMedia, had also reportedly been working out a deal to buy TweetDeck

Facebook admits running anti-Google campaign

Social network admits to hiring PR firm to pitch stories about Google's privacy practices. Both Facebook and the PR firm, Burson-Marsteller, admitted Thursday to trying to get journalists and bloggers to write negative articles about Google's privacy practices

Google ‘Chromebook’ focuses on enterprise push

At its annual Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco, the company unveiled the notebook PCs that run Google 's Chrome operating system. The search giant's support of cloud apps and Chrome OS could lure large companies

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