May 2006

The Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM) has tapped 10 industry members to receive its TAMI and Rainmaker Awards.


Google has launched its first mashup–a map-based Web site with information about earth-friendly locations in five of the U.S.'s top travel destinations.

Disney films such as Glory Road and the animated Chicken Little will soon be available to own via computer download from the Internet-based movie site CinemaNow.

San Francisco officials have already chosen a proposal from Google and EarthLink to provide a wireless network throughout the city, but that doesn't mean they can't ask for caveats during negotiations on the details. A saber »»

What would it mean if Jesus did have sex and let his DNA loose into the general population? How special would that make his would-be descendants, such as the fictional Da Vinci code-breaker Sophie Neveu? Ler »»

Digital plagiarizing calls for digital policing. Saber mais »»

Google Inc. will begin distributing online video ads for the first time later this week, continuing the Internet search engine leader's effort to diversify beyond the static written messages that generate most of its profits. Ler »»

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