Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 Series software is already getting plenty of attention in the consumer press — so let's dig a little deeper to explore its potential business features.
Buzz will no longer automatically connect users based on their e-mail and chat usage, and Google says it's sorry "for the concern we've caused."
Google's inability to deal with people issues, like privacy and support, makes the company look technically sophisticated but socially inept.
If Google's new Buzz isn't ready for enterprise users' private social networks, is it really ready for anyone?
Facebook has both its own problems and a new challenge from Google. Here's how the #1 social network should respond.
Buzz is exciting but has its downside, such as the Gmail user interface. Facebook is the incumbent and has a downside, too: It's Facebook, love it or not.
Google plans to test fiber-to-the-home broadband for up to a half-million Americans. Up to 100 times faster than current broadband.
If Facebook is ever connected to Google Buzz, it will be the beginning of the end for Facebook. Today's #1 social network should protect itself--and it's users--from being Buzz-ed into submission.
Google's new Buzz is the latest example of a company that still treats consumers and business users as different people, even when they are one and the same.
Is Apple really planning to cut the price of its iPad tablet? We don't know, but one thing is sure: Apple should take price action before sales begin, not after.
iPad customers will purchase their 3G wireless service direct from Apple, with no contract required. This is a great idea that needs to spread.
If e-books are to successfully replace paper, it won't happen at Amazon's $9.99 e-book pricing. Thank Steve Jobs for opening the door to higher prices.
Ever noticed how many trashy ads appear on Facebook? Would you want your company's ad in among them?
Apple seems to be able to get away with things that Microsoft, at its worst, never dreamed of.