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Date: 2008-12-10
Technology News:
Company News:
How Yahoo! Walked Away from $44.6 Billion
When we last left Yahoo!, Jerry Yang (CEO) and the rest of the board had just spurned Microsoft's $44.6 billion takeover bid for the supposedly greener pastures of potential deals with AOL, News Corporation, and/or Google. The rejection of Microsoft's bid also put the current board on a collision course with Carl Icahn in what looked to be a battle for control of Yahoo!'s board of directors.

Microsoft Live Services Wave 3 - a big upgrade and finally worth looking into
Microsoft raises the Web services stakes
Microsoft is raising the Web services stakes with a slew of new products, dubbed Wave 3. In this article you find out what Wave 3 contains and why, finally, you may want to start using Microsoft's hereto beleaguered online presence.

Introduction to Internet Searching: AOL Search
Video 2 covers MSN search
In this video training series, host Patrick Crispen covers AOL Search. He covers some of the hidden items available on AOL and talks about some of the search engines AOL. He covers the search engine to see what comes up in his search, which is enhanced by Google. He then covers the search available to AOL subscribers.

Discovery Channel Turns to BIGSMACKtv to Create Awesome Spots
What is truly awesome? It's that jaw-dropping, singular element. Cue BIGSMACKtv...
As part of the Discovery Channel's effort to support its new brand positioning and tagline, "The World is Just Awesome", the cable net turned to BIGSMACKtv to conceive and execute spots that showcase the often-understated intensity of that statement.

Google Enters the Web Browser Market with Chrome - should you care?
The new Browser Wars were heating up, but now they are boiling over thanks to Google entering the market with its own Web browser dubbed "Chrome." In this article you will find out what makes Google Chrome such an exciting entry and why Microsoft should be quaking in its boots.


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