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Google buys radio ad provider

Google has reached an agreement to acquire dMarc Broadcasting, whose technology links radio stations and advertisers and automates various aspects of the radio ad selling process.

Google Earth for Mac released

Google has released a Mac OS version of Google Earth, extending to Apple Computer users the flashy mapping application that has been wowing Windows PC users since its launch last year, the company said Tuesday.

AOL buys video search engine

As consumer demand for online video swells, America Online (AOL) announced Tuesday that it has acquired Truveo, a provider of video search, to boost its capabilities in this area, considered one of the hottest segments of the search engine market.

Microsoft defends its WMF response

A Microsoft official on Friday defended the company's response to the discovery of a security vulnerability involving Windows Metafile (WMF). This flaw put systems running Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 at risk from malicious hackers.

Report: Google to pay US$1 billion for AOL stake

Google is poised to pay US$1 billion for a 5 percent stake in Time Warner's America Online unit, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday afternoon on its Web site, moments after also reporting that Google and AOL are in exclusive talks related to an ...

Google backs multimedia standard for IM

Google is helping to extend an open instant messaging protocol so that IM (instant message) applications based on it will have a standard method for multimedia communications.

Del.icio.us users concerned about Yahoo acquisition

Many Del.icio.us users are fretting over the social bookmarking company's acquisition by Yahoo because they fear the Internet giant will alter their beloved service in ways that would make it unappealing to them.

Yahoo buys social bookmarking firm Del.icio.us

Yahoo has acquired Del.icio.us, a New York-based startup that is considered a pioneer in social bookmarking, a type of online service that lets users save, annotate and tag their favorite Web pages and share their lists with other users.

Gmail gains 'Web clips' feature

Google is adding a new feature to its Gmail Web mail service that lets users display links to various types of Web content, such as news articles and blog entries, according to information posted this week on the What's New section of the Gmail Web s...

Yahoo's IM gains dial-out and dial-in features

Yahoo plans to upgrade Yahoo Messenger with a capability that lets US users dial out from the instant messaging service interface to traditional or mobile phones, a Yahoo executive said Monday.

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