Thoughts on Google’s Latitude service

February 9, 2009
Avaya Names Bartolo As New SME Leader
Network World
Matthew Nickasch writes that Avaya has just announced that Anthony Barolo is its new leader of its SME division.

“Bartolo previously was the CEO of Skyrider, a technology company specializing in the design and marketing of peer-to-peer networking solutions. (Bartolo said) ‘overall customer satisfaction and communication is the focus that will continue to drive Avaya’s direction. Especially in the recent economic times, Bartolo explained that over-exceeding customer needs and delivering technologically innovative solutions is the key to Avaya’s continued success in its SME markets.’”

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Intel ships updated Atom chips six months early
The Register
Austin Modine provides the latest news on Intel’s updated Atom processor chips.

“The chip maker’s successor to the near-ubiquitous netbook chip, the N270, is landing in the hands of laptop makers well before the anticipated mid-2009 release. While the new single-core N280 only has a tiny boost of clock speed over the N270, a more noticeable improvement will come from its paring with Intel’s new GN40 chipset and integrated graphics. Unlike previous Atom chips, the GN40 chipset includes hardware-based high-definition video decoders allowing for 720 HD playback.”

The Real Impact Of Google’s Latitude: Getting People Comfortable With Location Sharing
Derek Kerton offers some insight into Google’s new Latitude location service for handsets and notebooks.

“Google’s entry signals a tipping point for tracking, as its brand penetration and price will push this type of service into many more handsets. Since Latitude also works on laptops, we can expect much better targeted location-aware advertising on our laptop Google searches, too… whether that impresses you or creeps you out. In the long run, this can be quite good for competitors in the market who can successfully incorporate advanced features worth paying for.”

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