Posts tagged “Google”

December 5, 2007

Premium Lock CIOs Give a Collective Tip of the Hat for Quality to Red Hat

Hatters earn ‘remarkable’ 97% loyalty rating despite criticism from Oracle CEO.

Updated November 30, 2007

Premium Lock Channeling E-Success: Cyber Monday a Record Day for ChannelAdvisor, too

 As online sales reach a new high in U.S., Morrisville e-commerce services provider cashes in. And a top exec sees additional growth coming as more businesses, consumers embrace online buying.

Updated November 29, 2007

Premium Lock Cleantech Remains Red Hot for Venture Investments

 VentureBeat: Latest quarterly statistics show 48 percent jump to $2.6 billion. Especially hot are solar-related deals.

November 26, 2007

Premium Lock Collaboration Enhancement: Zoho Writer Lets Users Edit Documents Offline

zoho VentureBeat: Online word processor expands to offline capability for offices without wireless access.

November 23, 2007

Premium Lock Mapping to Business $uccess? Geosemble, Google Beef Up Offerings

Geosemble VentureBeat: Both firms combine satellite imagery, maps, other data in variety of services.

Updated November 21, 2007

Premium Lock Virginia’s Loving Package for Rolls-Royce ($56.8M) Wins New Plant

Rolls-Royce jet engines will be built in Virginia. North Carolina was one of the states competing for the Rolls-Royce deal, but Virginia showed it is more than just the state for lovers, as its tourism slogan says.

Tags: Dell, Google
Updated November 19, 2007

Premium Lock 23andMe Lets You Search and Share Your Genome — Today

23andMe VentureBeat: Launch of new services represents collective first step into a new genome-centric future.

November 14, 2007

Premium Lock Q&A with Mobile Investor Paul Grim: The Big Chance for Android and WiMAX

Google wireless VentureBeat: Google’s move into wireless space with Android could be good news for Sprint, WiMAX technology.

Updated November 12, 2007

Premium Lock Search Could Be Winning Play for Facebook in Battle with Google

Facebook's added search tool. (VentureBeat) VentureBeat: In a David vs. Goliath scenario, search could be Facebook’s sling in combat for dollars.

November 9, 2007

Premium Lock AdTech Conference Reflects Optimism and Challenges of a Hot Sector

adtech VentureBeat: As online ad tech sector bubbles over, all the fizz masks the execution.

Updated November 7, 2007

Premium Lock Google’s ‘Android’ Project Could Be a Boost for Motricity, Its Competitors

Monday’s announcement of Android helped clear the air about where mobile content could be headed

Updated November 7, 2007

Premium Lock RDU Could Land Warren Buffett-Controlled Jetsetters’ Airline

A NetJets jet. (NetJets photo) NetJets, which operates a fleet of 700 corporate jets out of Columbus, Ohio, is reported to be considering North Carolina for expansion.

November 6, 2007

Premium Lock Will Motricity Become a Player in Google’s ‘Android’ Project?

Android logo Durham-based Motricity, one of the biggest developers of mobile content applications, isn’t on Google's A-list of partners.

October 29, 2007

Premium Lock The Myth about a Science Education Gap

Vivek Wadhwa Forget the conventional wisdom, folks. U.S. schools are turning out more capable science and engineering grads than the current job market can support.

Updated October 18, 2007

Premium Lock With Google a Nightmare, Motricity CEO Goes for Scale, Convergence in InfoSpace Buy

Ryan Wuerch Motricity’s $135 million plan of the mobile infrastructure business from InfoSpace announced earlier week is all about the convergence of data, voice, TV, movies and music on your mobile device, says the company’s top executive.

October 6, 2007

Premium Lock Innovation Economic Development Vs. Industrial Recruitment

Tom Vass RTP Product Pipeline: Giving away tax incentives is like a ratchet. Once a threshold is passed, the incentives keep going up, and prior lower levels are never repeated.

Updated October 1, 2007

Premium Lock 50 Years Later, a New ‘Sputnik’ Crisis: The War of Minds

Jim Goodnight in 2007 Education needs to embrace technology to keep America competitive, says SAS co-founder and CEO Jim Goodnight. The Cold War is over. The arms race is over. It’s now a mind race,' he says.

September 20, 2007

Premium Lock Google This: Search Giant to Add Second Building in Lenoir

Google to add to Lenoir server farm. Server farm site covers 220 acres. First structure for server farm is under construction.

Tags: Google, Cree
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