Engadget Editor: AOL Has Its Heart in the Wrong Place with Content

YadaYadaAdmin Community Posts Leave a Comment

Outsiders have been wondering how all of the content properties AOL has been buying up will hold up as part of the media giant. Engadget has been part of AOL for quite a while, having been purchased in 2005 – some time before AOL’s real push for mass content, most recently punctuated by its purchase of The Huffington Post. AOL’s …

Search and Social Media: Who Can You Trust?

YadaYadaAdmin Community Posts 10 Comments

The New York Times published a very interesting (and very long) article over the holiday break that raises a lot of questions about Google and search in general. I’ll let you read the 8-page story yourself if you want all the details, but what it boils down to is that Google doesn’t always point you to the best possible results.  …

U.S. House Members Ask FTC to Investigate Google Buzz

YadaYadaAdmin Community Posts Leave a Comment

An assortment of cross-party lawmakers from the U.S. House of Representatives has officially asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the launch of Google Buzz for potentially breaching consumer privacy. Trouble was brewing early on for Google over its launch of Buzz, with privacy advocates quick to file a class action complaint in San Jose federal court last month. Now …