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Channel: Web 2.0 (page 3)

  • Microblogging Continues to Woo Business Intelligence

    Swish around in your head the idea of using Open Source micro-blogging for social graphing. Think: Measuring how often one person converses with another.

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  • Multi-Platform Chat World Gains Unlikely Player

    Earlier this month we mentioned Zoho’s attempt at beautifying their shtick with an interface makeover. Continuing down a road much traveled, the Web-based productivity champs will be expanding even further by including some fancy new instant messaging functionality.

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  • BooRah: Food + Web 3.0 = Money

    We’ve talked a lot about the benefits of semantics in the recent past with regard to search functionality, but you’re probably wondering if there’s anything else to be gleaned from linguistic development. Straight up: you want to know if semantics, in any way shape or form, mean money.

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  • Smithsonian 2.0: From Artifacts to Innovation

    With more education opportunities online, one of the world's largest educational facilities has been slow to embrace the evolving nature of the web. Just as the rest of us embark on web 3.0, the Smithsonian Institution has proudly announced that they are now entering Smithsonian 2.0.  And it

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  • Google Brings Video and Voice to Google Talk

    Google recently announced a much-anticipated addition to the Google Talk service. In addition to being able to sent text instant messages from within the Google Mail system, users can now conduct voice and video chats -- all from within the browser.

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  • Microsoft, Google Shake Hands Over OpenID

    OpenID has gotten a big lift this week with two big announcements coming from two very different camps. First, Microsoft has announced that Windows Live will officially support OpenID for login and that users will be able to log into any OpenID site with their LiveID account.

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  • Web 2.0 Implosion Imminent?

    Well, one analyst believes so. Those involved with the Web 2.0 industry are in trouble, according to Oliver Young, a Forrester Research analyst. He believes that the supply of Web 2.0 service applications is becoming too great, and that prices will decline as a result.

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  • Sazell Ups Its Game, But Still Falls Short

    Last July, it was all bad in Sazell town, when they released the beta version of their platform, which is used to take and share snap-shots of the Web.

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  • Google Maps Get Better Eyesight With GeoEye-1

    There is a new eye in the sky -- GeoEye-1 -- and while Google isn't the only one involved in the satellite action, the company is already receiving high-resolution images that are beautifully detailed.

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  • TweetDeck Matures Into Quality Twitter Application

    TweetDeck, a Twitter desktop application built using Adobe AIR technology, has released version 0.19b of its popular Twitter desktop client with the hopes to recapture those who shied away from the previous releases.

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  • Swirrl Launched -- A Web 3.0 Wiki

    We like wikis, but how does a wiki present itself in a business environment? Well, if Swirrl is any indication, then it is worth noting that we still have a way to go.

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  • Social Media Helps Users to Be Smart Shoppers

    A new report shows that American adults are using social media not only to stay connected, but also to make informed buying decisions. The 2008 Insight Report from MarketTools indicates that 68% of American adults visit online blogs, communities or social networks, and 33% of those surveyed say

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  • Google Maps for Mobile Upgraded, but Drama Lingers

    Google Maps is quite an innovation, and its street view -- while controversial -- is spectacular for figuring out where something is located. And it all just became even more interesting, as Google Maps for mobile devices has received significant upgrades that give more power and information to mobile users.

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  • Ping Identity Launches Single Log-On Solution for SaaS

    Ping Identity, a provider of identity management web services, has recently released PingFederate 5.2 -- a single sign-on software for SaaS users and vendors. The new release incorporates key technologies from Ping Identity’s recent acquisition of Sxip Access to offer automated provisioning and de-provisioning, as well as advanced user access

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