Facebook buys start-up Parakey for undisclosed sum

Facebook buys start-up Parakey for undisclosed sum
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc., the fast growing Silicon Valley social networking site, said on Thursday it has acquired Internet start-up, Parakey, run by two of the co-creators of the popular Web browser, Mozilla Firefox.[Lees verder]

Chrysler pulls SUV ad with electrocuted dog
DETROIT (Reuters) – Chrysler Group apologized on Thursday for an advertisement that showed a dog being electrocuted beside its new Dodge Nitro sports utility vehicle.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Vista’s growing pains leave room for XP
BOSTON (Reuters) – David Daoud ran into trouble when he started using Vista, the new version of Windows that Microsoft Corp. and PC makers have spent millions of dollars advertising since it came out six months ago.[Lees verder]

Rowling angered as NYT reviews last Potter
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York Times and the Baltimore Sun published reviews of the final Harry Potter book on Thursday before it went on sale, drawing a stinging response from author J.K. Rowling.[Lees verder]

Facebook buys start-up Parakey for undisclosed sum
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc., the fast growing Silicon Valley social networking site, said on Thursday it has acquired Internet start-up, Parakey, run by two of the co-creators of the popular Web browser, Mozilla Firefox.[Lees verder]

Chrysler pulls SUV ad with electrocuted dog
DETROIT (Reuters) – Chrysler Group apologized on Thursday for an advertisement that showed a dog being electrocuted beside its new Dodge Nitro sports utility vehicle.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Vista’s growing pains leave room for XP
BOSTON (Reuters) – David Daoud ran into trouble when he started using Vista, the new version of Windows that Microsoft Corp. and PC makers have spent millions of dollars advertising since it came out six months ago.[Lees verder]

Rowling angered as NYT reviews last Potter
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York Times and the Baltimore Sun published reviews of the final Harry Potter book on Thursday before it went on sale, drawing a stinging response from author J.K. Rowling.[Lees verder]