Stories by Juan Carlos Perez

EBay to broker radio ads

EBay is getting into the radio advertising business, becoming a broker of ad spots and on its way to competing with Google, which provides a similar service.

Ask.com revamps search engine

Ask.com is making another major attempt to attract more people to its search engine, as its years-long, unsuccessful struggle to boost its usage market share continues.

Yahoo opens access to ad system APIs

Yahoo is making APIs (application programming interfaces) available for external developers so that they can build tools and applications for its new Panama search advertising platform.

Google hearts IT managers

With the launch of the Google Apps suite last year, Google became a provider of hosted collaboration and communication software for small and medium-size organizations, and it made clear its aspirations to lure large-company IT managers and CIOs with...

Google stands firm behind News search site

One of Google's most popular, older and controversial services, Google News, is the article aggregation and search site that media companies love to hate because it has become a major source of Web traffic and frustrations for many of them.

MySpace to turn over sex offender data to AGs

MySpace will provide attorneys general offices in all U.S. states with information it has gathered on convicted sex offenders who have used its social networking site, the most popular of its kind.

Desperately seeking JotSpot

Google's continued silence about JotSpot has diminished this lauded wiki product's market visibility and risks alienating existing customers at a time when interest in wikis from corporate IT buyers has hit an all-time high, analysts, users and devel...

Google moves to 'universal' search

Google will make a significant push toward integrating results from a variety of its search engines in an attempt to deliver as relevant and comprehensive a result set as possible to search queries.

Google Analytics gets a makeover

Google has revamped Google Analytics, improving and expanding the data reporting capabilities of the Web site usage monitoring service.

Microsoft delivers Hotmail upgrade

Microsoft has closed the public testing period for Windows Live Hotmail and has begun a months-long process of migrating users to this major upgrade of its Hotmail Web mail service, the company announced Monday.

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