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Google Apps upgrade threatens Office

Google is pushing further into the communication and collaboration applications market with a major upgrade of Google Apps, a hosted suite for organizations of all sizes that analysts say could soon become a real competitor to Microsoft Office.

Google Apps suite to add Docs & Spreadsheets

Google is finalizing the integration of Docs & Spreadsheets with Google Apps for Your Domain, another step in its strategy to build a suite of hosted applications for organizations.

Wikipedia breaks into U.S. top 10 sites

Wikimedia Foundation's popular Wikipedia online encyclopedia cracked the top ten list of most popular Web sites in the U.S. for the first time in January, according to comScore Networks.

EBay to boost developer program

EBay plans to increase the programming tools it provides external developers so that they will be able to increase the volume and variety of applications they create for the company's marketplace.

Google Earth gets overlay search feature

Google has created a searchable index of Google Earth data files, a feature that should make it easier for users to find and adopt third-party overlays for this popular mapping application.

Yahoo Mail gains IM integration

Yahoo will soon start to fulfil a promise it made to users several months ago to tie its new Web mail service with its instant messaging application.

Report: Google sold ads to piracy promoters

Google sold advertising to two men who allegedly marketed an application designed to find and download pirated movies online, a business relationship that has angered big movie and TV studios, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.

Google loses dMarc radio ad experts

Google has lost the services of the co-founders and top executives of dMarc Broadcasting, the radio advertising company Google acquired one year ago to push into that market.

Yahoo tests RSS mashup creator for the masses

Yahoo has launched a service called Pipes designed to let regular users mix different RSS and Atom feeds and create data "mashups," a process that so far has required programming knowledge.

Viacom demands its videos removed from YouTube

Media conglomerate Viacom International on Friday upbraided YouTube for continuing to host throngs of Viacom videos without permission and demanded that over 100,000 of its clips be removed from the popular video-sharing site owned by Google.

Microsoft is tops in Web traffic in December

Microsoft drew the largest number of Web site visitors worldwide in December, a recurring accomplishment that makes the company's disappointing online ad business all the more disconcerting.

Google mashes up books and maps

Google has started integrating its popular mapping service with its controversial books search engine, to let people plot on maps references to places they find in books.

Google improves discussion group service

Google has dusted the cobwebs off its Groups discussion forum service with a redesigned interface and new features like the ability to create and edit Web pages and upload and share files.

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