Google nets YouTube in $1.65bn deal

Google nets YouTube in $1.65bn deal
Internet search giant Google has agreed to buy popular video-sharing website YouTube in a deal worth $1.65bn in shares.[Lees verder]

Many Brits fear net crime
More people worry about internet crime than they do burglary, mugging or car theft, a British survey has revealed.[Lees verder]

Google eyes YouTube
Internet search engine Google is reported to be talking to popular video-sharing website YouTube about a possible takeover.[Lees verder]

Japanese launch for Napster
Music download firm Napster has launched its digital music service in Japan, the world’s second-largest music market.[Lees verder]

November launch for Microsoft’s Zune
Microsoft’s Zune digital music player will launch in the US on November 14, the group announced on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Ozzie tops Silicon tech poll
Microsoft’s Ray Ozzie has topped Silicon.com’s seventh annual Agenda Setters poll of the top 50 individuals in the tech industry.[Lees verder]

Half of 10-year-olds own a mobile
Just over half of all 10-year-olds in the UK own a mobile phone, a survey has revealed.[Lees verder]

Apple named top computer brand
Apple, Dell and Sony are the brands of desktop computer people are most likely to recommend to a friend, a survey by Computing Which? has found.[Lees verder]

Nakamura wins coveted technology prize
Japanese scientist Shuji Nakamura has won this year’s Millennium Technology Prize for his inventions in light technology that helped developing countries.[Lees verder]

IBM to build fastest supercomputer
IBM will build the world’s most powerful supercomputer for the US Department of Energy.[Lees verder]

Google nets YouTube in $1.65bn deal
Internet search giant Google has agreed to buy popular video-sharing website YouTube in a deal worth $1.65bn in shares.[Lees verder]

Many Brits fear net crime
More people worry about internet crime than they do burglary, mugging or car theft, a British survey has revealed.[Lees verder]

Google eyes YouTube
Internet search engine Google is reported to be talking to popular video-sharing website YouTube about a possible takeover.[Lees verder]

Japanese launch for Napster
Music download firm Napster has launched its digital music service in Japan, the world’s second-largest music market.[Lees verder]

November launch for Microsoft’s Zune
Microsoft’s Zune digital music player will launch in the US on November 14, the group announced on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Ozzie tops Silicon tech poll
Microsoft’s Ray Ozzie has topped Silicon.com’s seventh annual Agenda Setters poll of the top 50 individuals in the tech industry.[Lees verder]

Half of 10-year-olds own a mobile
Just over half of all 10-year-olds in the UK own a mobile phone, a survey has revealed.[Lees verder]

Apple named top computer brand
Apple, Dell and Sony are the brands of desktop computer people are most likely to recommend to a friend, a survey by Computing Which? has found.[Lees verder]

Nakamura wins coveted technology prize
Japanese scientist Shuji Nakamura has won this year’s Millennium Technology Prize for his inventions in light technology that helped developing countries.[Lees verder]

IBM to build fastest supercomputer
IBM will build the world’s most powerful supercomputer for the US Department of Energy.[Lees verder]

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