Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The Biggest Web 2.0 Flops To Date






Google Censorship Initiative Thwarted by ‘Gee! No Evil!’ Add-On

Why Google Earth Can't Show You Israel

Oracle seeks billions in lawsuit against Google

The Google Teacher Academy Helps Teachers Bring Tech Innovations Into the Classroom

Exclusive: Google's Web mapping can track your phone

Google intros voice and image search [video]

The challenges of designing a search engine for children

The Biggest Web 2.0 Flops To Date

Is Facebook growth stalling in North America?

Why Cyber Attacks Are So Difficult to Trace Back to Hackers

Rockville Central drops website for Facebook, offers eight lessons on Facebook news publishing

Internet users now have more and closer friends than those offline

Sega attacked, hacker group offers to take revenge

How Bad Do We Really Have it? Bandwidth Caps Around the World

Dot com shake-up paves way for 'hundreds of new addresses'

Zombie Game Taken Offline Because Pirates Didn’t Use BitTorrent

15 Standards, Conventions & Technologies Killed by the PC

Stream a YouTube video, go directly to jail

Top 10 Computer Malware Programs

Bitstorm: The World’s Most Simple BitTorrent Tracker

Do You Really Need to Pay for Anti-Virus Software?

Microsoft calls graphics technology in Chrome and Firefox "harmful"

Why Microsoft has made developers horrified about coding for Windows 8

1/3rd of China still uses IE6 while the worldwide number approaches single digits

10 Personal Details Revealed by Bill Gates — Including 1 Secret [UPDATED]

Apple Now Worth As Much As Microsoft, HP And Dell … Combined

Sony intros new PS3 Slim in Japan: lighter, consumes less power

Nintendo U Will Not Have Blu-Ray or DVD Playback

Wii: The Burning Questions

EFF: Microsoft abusing DMCA to eradicate competing Xbox 360 accessories

The Game We Can't Stop Talking About

The 6 Most Ominous Trends in Video Games

Top Ten Things We've Learned From Resident Evil

Terrible Ideas from Great Developers

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