Cisco Sued, Accused of Helping Design China’s Great Firewall

Following a lawsuit filed against Baidu by eight Chinese New York residents last week, there’s news this morning from The Wall Street Journal that Chinese Falun Gong practitioners have sued Cisco in US […] Related posts: Baidu Sued By Eight New York Residents Over Censorship Bloomberg is reporting this morning that Chinese search giant Baidu… […]

Great Ideas Emerge in Startup Weekend Tokyo

Startup Weekend is being held in Tokyo, Japan right now, and we’re delighted to attend and report what we see. On the first day, entrepreneurs were given a chance to pitch their ideas. […] Related posts: Building A Bullet Proof Startup Thinking of creating your very own high-tech startup? This comprehensive… Global Mobile Internet Conference […]

LinkedIn's New Advertising Platform

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that LinkedIn is preparing a major update to its advertising offerings, LinkedIn DirectAds. The new system will let advertisers target thier ads to users based on company size, industry, gender, job titles, seniority, age and location – significantly more granular than before. The question for Web… [[ This is […]

Apple has Plans for Holographic Display

Holographic displays are only seen in movies like Star Wars and Iron Man. The technology isn’t a reality yet. But Apple seems to be taking the lead to make holographic display a dream come true. Telegraph reported that a recent granted patent reveals Apple’s interest in this field. In fact, Apple’s interest was first sighted […]

Should Google Be Able To Prioritize Its Own Content In Search Results?

Does Google have the right to place its own content over others’ content in its search results? If the company deems it better for the user that way, Google certainly thinks so.  Do you agree with Google? Let us know. There has been a great deal of discussion around this in the media recently, and […]

LG to Launch Android-Powered Tablet

Yet another electronics manufacturer has announced plans to launch a tablet computer powered by Google’s Android operating system: LG. According to The Wall Street Journal, the device will launch in the fourth quarter of this year, though no…

Apple Didn’t Kill Flash, HTML5 Did

The battle over Flash and its role (or lack thereof) on the iPhone really came to a head today when Apple CEO Steve Jobs published an open letter expressing why his company won’t support Flash on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen spoke with the Wall Street Journal to deliver his […]

See What Your Facebook Friends “Like” On Any Site

A new website called Likebutton.me uses Facebook’s just-launched Social Plugins features to show you a list of all the items your Facebook friends “Liked” across several websites like YouTube, Pandora, Hulu, Flickr, The Wall Street Journal, IMDB and numerous others. It basically just splashes the Activity Feed Social Plugins for each website all up onto […]

Verizon iPhone: What We Know So Far

Yesterday the web was ablaze with new rumors that Apple is developing two iPhones, one of which would be for the Verizon network. Deep-seeded unhappiness with AT&T’s network only helped fuel the rumors across the web. The reality though is that little is known about the supposed “Verizon iPhone.” Nobody knows if it even exists, […]