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  1. Google Doodlers Pay A Call On Charles Addams' 100th Birthday

    Frank Watson also contributed to this post. If you thought today's Google Doodle looked a little creepy or kooky or even mysterious and spooky, you would be right. The cartoonist who created The Addams Family has been honored with a Google Doodle...

  2. Google Gets Authority Evaluation Patent Criticizing Amazon, Slashdot

    In a patent application approved Tuesday, Google used the review/comments systems used by Amazon and Slashdot to support their method and gain approval for their "invention". The problem is the critical thinking applied to the limits of the other...

  3. Ouch! Microsoft's Latest Bid for Yahoo Half of 2008 Offer

    Bloomberg reported that the Silver Lake consortium - which includes Microsoft - has offered $16.60 per share for a minority stake in Yahoo, much lower than the $31 per share tender made in 2008. Silver Lake, working with Microsoft Corp.venture...

  4. Mark Twain Again Follows Halley's Comet...This Time in Google Doodle

    How appropriate that in a month that a Google Doodle featured Halley's Comet that Google would follow up by celebrating Mark Twain's 176th birthday with a panoramic Doodle depicting one of the most famous characters he created, Tom Sawyer.

  5. Warning: Google Wallet For Business Beta is a Phishing Expedition

    If you've received an email offering you access to the Google Wallet for Business beta recently, beware: it's a phishing attempt to get your credit card information. Like most of these scams, the email looks like official; in this case, an email...

  6. Microsoft's Yahoo Bid May Have the Right Stuff

    The Silver Lake consortium is one of a number of parties bidding for a minority stake in Yahoo, but their offer has a number of factors that makes them a major contender. The consortium includes Microsoft - that already is working with Yahoo - and...

  7. Flash, HTML5 Battle Gets Trendy With Occupy Websites

    The battle between promoters of HTML5 and Flash is trying to coattail on the current popularity of the Occupy movement with two websites: OccupyFlash.org and its counter OccupyHTML.org. OccupyFlash was the first site and claims that Flash "makes...