Hurricane flood threat coming soon to Google

Hurricane flood threat coming soon to Google
MIAMI (Reuters) – Americans in the hurricane danger zone may soon be able to use Google to find out if their own home is threatened by a dangerous storm surge, the director of the National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

EMI aims to join Nokia’s music offering
HELSINKI (Reuters) – EMI said on Wednesday it was in talks with mobile handset maker Nokia to offer its songs as part of Nokia’s new “Comes with Music” offering.[Lees verder]

Royal pardon frees Moroccan Facebook user
RABAT (Reuters) – A Moroccan computer engineer jailed last month for setting up a Facebook account in the name of King Mohammed’s brother has been freed after a royal pardon, his lawyer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google February search share down globally
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc’s share of the global Web search market dipped in February from January, even as its U.S. share rose, Internet financial analysts said on Wednesday, citing market research data.[Lees verder]

Internap says to refund some VitalStream customers
BANGALORE (Reuters) – Shares of Internap Network Services Corp fell to their 52-week low on Wednesday, a day after the Internet service provider said it will have to refund some customers of VitalStream Holdings, which it acquired last year, for service outages.[Lees verder]

Google sees surge in Web use on mobile phones
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google has seen an acceleration of Internet activity among mobile phone users in recent months since the company has introduced faster Web services on selected phone models, fueling confidence the mobile Internet era is at hand, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

EU sets 30 percent broadband target for 2010
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission wants to raise broadband Internet penetration in the European Union to 30 percent in 2010 from 20 percent today in an effort to drive economic growth, its top telecoms regulator said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Hurricane flood threat coming soon to Google
MIAMI (Reuters) – Americans in the hurricane danger zone may soon be able to use Google to find out if their own home is threatened by a dangerous storm surge, the director of the National Hurricane Center said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

EMI aims to join Nokia’s music offering
HELSINKI (Reuters) – EMI said on Wednesday it was in talks with mobile handset maker Nokia to offer its songs as part of Nokia’s new “Comes with Music” offering.[Lees verder]

Royal pardon frees Moroccan Facebook user
RABAT (Reuters) – A Moroccan computer engineer jailed last month for setting up a Facebook account in the name of King Mohammed’s brother has been freed after a royal pardon, his lawyer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google February search share down globally
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc’s share of the global Web search market dipped in February from January, even as its U.S. share rose, Internet financial analysts said on Wednesday, citing market research data.[Lees verder]

Internap says to refund some VitalStream customers
BANGALORE (Reuters) – Shares of Internap Network Services Corp fell to their 52-week low on Wednesday, a day after the Internet service provider said it will have to refund some customers of VitalStream Holdings, which it acquired last year, for service outages.[Lees verder]

Google sees surge in Web use on mobile phones
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google has seen an acceleration of Internet activity among mobile phone users in recent months since the company has introduced faster Web services on selected phone models, fueling confidence the mobile Internet era is at hand, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

EU sets 30 percent broadband target for 2010
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission wants to raise broadband Internet penetration in the European Union to 30 percent in 2010 from 20 percent today in an effort to drive economic growth, its top telecoms regulator said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]