Google pulls some map images at Pentagon’s request

Google pulls some map images at Pentagon’s request
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc has complied with a request by the Pentagon to remove some online images from its street-level map service because they pose a security threat to U.S. military bases, military and company officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

The first days of Second Life
NEW YORK (Reuters) – When executives from San Francisco-based Linden Lab built Second Life, they had a sense they were doing something historic. So, to keep tabs on their creation, they contracted their own journalist to chronicle the growth of the Internet’s first virtual world.[Lees verder]

RIM to bring Will.i.am’s Dipdive to BlackBerry
TORONTO (Reuters) – BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is partnering with pop artist Will.i.am to help merge social networking and multimedia, in the company’s latest move to gain more traction in the consumer retail market.[Lees verder]

Malaysian granny blogs in cyberspace poll battle
KUALA TERENGGANU, Malaysia (Reuters) – With little money or manpower, a barely literate 89-year-old Malaysian grandmother running for parliament in Saturday’s general election has turned to cyberspace to reach out to her voters with a Facebook profile and her own blog.[Lees verder]

Singapore faces blogging ire over militant escape
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s state-controlled media and government have come under fire from critics and Internet bloggers for failing to give the public important answers on the escape of a suspected Islamic militant.[Lees verder]

EU set to clear Google – DoubleClick merger: sources
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Google is expected to receive unconditional approval from European Union regulators next week for its $3.1 billion takeover of ad firm DoubleClick, people familiar with the situation said.[Lees verder]

Apple iPhone targets RIM with corporate e-mail
CUPERTINO, California (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Thursday its iPhone soon will support corporate e-mail, targeting a new market and challenging the dominance of Research In Motion Ltd’s popular Blackberry devices.[Lees verder]

Google pulls some map images at Pentagon’s request
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc has complied with a request by the Pentagon to remove some online images from its street-level map service because they pose a security threat to U.S. military bases, military and company officials said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

The first days of Second Life
NEW YORK (Reuters) – When executives from San Francisco-based Linden Lab built Second Life, they had a sense they were doing something historic. So, to keep tabs on their creation, they contracted their own journalist to chronicle the growth of the Internet’s first virtual world.[Lees verder]

RIM to bring Will.i.am’s Dipdive to BlackBerry
TORONTO (Reuters) – BlackBerry maker Research In Motion is partnering with pop artist Will.i.am to help merge social networking and multimedia, in the company’s latest move to gain more traction in the consumer retail market.[Lees verder]

Malaysian granny blogs in cyberspace poll battle
KUALA TERENGGANU, Malaysia (Reuters) – With little money or manpower, a barely literate 89-year-old Malaysian grandmother running for parliament in Saturday’s general election has turned to cyberspace to reach out to her voters with a Facebook profile and her own blog.[Lees verder]

Singapore faces blogging ire over militant escape
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore’s state-controlled media and government have come under fire from critics and Internet bloggers for failing to give the public important answers on the escape of a suspected Islamic militant.[Lees verder]

EU set to clear Google – DoubleClick merger: sources
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Google is expected to receive unconditional approval from European Union regulators next week for its $3.1 billion takeover of ad firm DoubleClick, people familiar with the situation said.[Lees verder]

Apple iPhone targets RIM with corporate e-mail
CUPERTINO, California (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Thursday its iPhone soon will support corporate e-mail, targeting a new market and challenging the dominance of Research In Motion Ltd’s popular Blackberry devices.[Lees verder]