Stories by Juan Carlos Perez

WEB 2.0 - AOL wanted to buy YouTube, CEO says

AOL wanted to acquire YouTube but Google was the only company in a position to put together the US$1.65 billion all-stock offer that landed it the deal with the video sharing maverick, AOL's chief executive officer said Wednesday.

WEB 2.0 - Bezos can't get enough muck

Expect Amazon.com to continue building its suite of hosted IT infrastructure services for developers, as the planet's best known online retailer pushes into this new business, the company's Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos said Wednesday.

WEB 2.0 - Flash and Firefox to unite

Adobe Systems will contribute source code to the Mozilla Foundation as the two organizations aim to establish a standard scripting language that developers can use to create interactive applications for Adobe's Flash Player and Mozilla's Firefox brow...

Google preps mobile app for Gmail

Google plans to improve access to Gmail via cell phones with an application that enhances its performance and interface in mobile devices.

Google Earth app rocks the vote

Google has assembled a wealth of information about the upcoming U.S. general election and will display links to it on its Google Earth mapping application.

Google's blogging woes continue

A Google employee mistakenly posted information to an official Google blog that she had intended to publish in her personal blog, the latest blogging faux pas for the search engine giant.

AOL to offer Web APIs for AIM

AOL plans to give external developers a way to embed functionality from AIM into their Web sites, another step in AOL's efforts to encourage programmers to use its popular instant messaging service.

Google beats Wall Street forecast in Q3

Google revenue grew 70 percent and earnings almost doubled in its third quarter, which ended Sept. 30, as the company continued monetizing its search engine services through online ads at a torrid pace.

Google's blog hosting platform suffers outage

After getting hacked this past weekend, Google's Blogger publishing service suffered an outage on Thursday morning that kept both Blogger.com and the Blogspot hosting service offline for two hours.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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