Google adds traffic info to mobile Maps application

Google adds traffic info to mobile Maps application

Google Inc. has enhanced its Google Maps mobile application by adding traffic information and the ability to save routes, the...

July 25th, 2006 Juan Carlos Perez

Canadians split on Internet censorship

Canadians split on Internet censorship

Business ethics for technology companies operating in countrieswith repressive regimes are not clear cut.Yahoo has released user identities to Chinese...

June 28th, 2006 Rosie Lombardi

Google opens new front in online ad battle

Google opens new front in online ad battle

Google Inc. will soon begin selling video advertisements on the Web, opening a new front in its battle for a...

May 23rd, 2006 James Niccolai

BI reaches for new users

BI reaches for new users

Business intelligence is expanding beyond traditional users and out into the business, and attendees at Information Builders’ annual Summit user...

May 11th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Getting into the minds of the next IT generation

Getting into the minds of the next IT generation

If companies want to hire some of the best computer programming minds coming out of university today, they should offer...

April 27th, 2006 Vanessa Ho

Microsoft sets search services to rival Google, Yahoo

Microsoft sets search services to rival Google, Yahoo

Microsoft Corp. is quietly adding services to its Windows Live portfolio to compete with services Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc....

April 9th, 2006 Elizabeth Montalbano

Content, not trickery, key to Web visibility

Content, not trickery, key to Web visibility

In the world of online business, having a Web presence does not guarantee that the market you want to reach...

March 16th, 2006 Mari-Len De Guzman

Google, EarthLink team for SF Wi-Fi plan

Google, EarthLink team for SF Wi-Fi plan

Google Inc. has teamed up with EarthLink Inc. to craft a citywide Wi-Fi proposal for San Francisco, which closed the...

February 23rd, 2006 Stephen Lawson

deputy chief of the Internet Affairs Bureau of the State Council Information Office, China

deputy chief of the Internet Affairs Bureau of the State Council Information Office, China

A Chinese government official Tuesday defended China's right to censor information on the Internet, and said no individual has been...

February 15th, 2006 Sumner Lemon