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Posts tagged with Software

European Commission wants software protections

When it comes to software, should consumers be entitled to the same protections they receive when purchasing physical products?

If two European Commission Commissioners have their way, consumers will.

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6 things your business is overpaying for online

The economy is still hurting and businesses are still cutting back.

But there are plenty of little (and not so little) things that businesses are still overpaying for online that can add up to real savings when addressed.

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Publishers must adapt to economic and digital trends

Some of the challenges and opportunities facing publishers are brought into sharp focus by our 2009 Vertical Search (B2B) Report published recently.  

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Paul Graham - source code or solutions?

Paul Graham is one of the more interesting personalities in the American startup scene today.

Recognizing some of the flaws inherent in the venture capital model as it relates to consumer internet startups, he launched YCombinator.

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Would you buy fashion from Microsoft?

In its effort to make itself cool again, Microsoft and ad agency Crispin Porter & Bogusky have launched a Microsoft clothing line called 'Softwear by Microsoft.'

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Crowdsourcing with Amazon Mechanical Turk

There are some tasks that computers and software programs just can't perform. Sometimes, these tasks are tedious or the 'resources' required to complete them require more man-power than you have.

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Great music apps for the iPhone

Among the many apps available for the iPhone are a number of ways to listen to music other than that stored on the phone.

There is more of a choice in this area for US iPhone users, as services like Pandora are not available in the UK, but there are still a few good apps around...

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10 VoIP applications for your mobile phone

Making calls on your mobile phone can get quite expensive, especially when calling internationally.

Fortunately, there are now a number of great mobile VoIP services that make international calling from mobile phones dirt cheap.

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Microsoft looks to its own app store

Everybody is jumping on the "app store" bandwagon.

The model that Apple has used quite successfully with the iPhone is being adopted by the makers of the Blackberry, RIM; and Google will be offering an app store of its own for Android applications.

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A look at Enterprise 2.0

As consumer-focused Web 2.0 startups start to feel the pain, one might argue that there will be an increased focus on bringing Web 2.0 to the enterprise.

My favorite research firm, Forrester Research, has projected that enterprise spending on Web 2.0 applications for businesses, also called Enterprise 2.0, will reach $4.6 billion by 2013.

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Fast and easy - web application design tips

This past weekend, the New York Times published an interesting article.

In it, Matt Richtel and Ashlee Vance discussed the computer industry's plans to offer PCs that boot up more quickly.

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Adobe CS4 is out - what's new?

Chances are that if you're a web designer or developer, you use one or more Adobe products.

Adobe's Creative Suite, which includes programs like Photoshop, Flash and Dreamweaver, is one of the most popular software suites known to web professionals because of this.

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