Nov. 7, 2007
IT World Canada
Dave Webb writes Google “zigged” when we thought it would “zag.”
”The company has always been about tearing up the rule book when it enters a market, and the ad-subsidized model for delivering smart phone apps is another example of what one analyst called a “game-changer.”
Google at the gas pump will save marriages
Paul McNarnara writes on a new domestic bliss app from the search giant.
“…this new service from Google should be a boon for domestic tranquility..”
How Facebook employees break into your profile
Megan McCarthy writes on a growing Facebook privacy scandal.
”Not only can Facebook employees track which profiles you had viewed, but it’s possible, and very easy, for Facebook employees to control any profile in the network. “