Like the spurned soap opera wife, Google’s Bradley Horowitz shot back at Mark Zuckerberg for claiming they are “creating their own little version of Facebook.” Zuckerberg spoke out again against every company but his for violating user privacy.
How do you really feel, Steve? Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was as candid as ever at the Web 2.0 Summit as he spoke out on Google Search vs. Bing, where Microsoft excels in the cloud, Apple’s Siri, the failed 2008 Yahoo acquisition, and more.
According to a variety of sources, Google plans to run a Super Bowl commercial in the third quarter to today’s big game. ... read more
Jason Calacanis has owned the front page of Techmeme–the world’s most influential technology and Web 2.0 news aggregator–for the past 18 hours ... read more
UPDATE: Seems Google does not want to be associated with the term behavioral targeting. Google’s VP of product management and advertising and ... read more
Gary Price, Ask.com's director of online information resources, talks about his role in reaching out to the research and librarian communities.