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Monday, December 17, 2007

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Monday, June 11, 2007

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Friday, June 08, 2007

Revver CEO Steps Aside

Shuffle comes amid steep competition among user generated video sites.
By Alexandra Berzon

Video hosting site Revver said Friday that founder Steven Starr will step down as CEO, but remain board chairman. Mr. Starr's move comes as Revver has failed to keep pace with larger rivals and more nimble upstarts, and follows the departure last December of the company's other two founders. COO Kevin Wells was named as Revver's new CEO. Mr. Starr said he has been working for a long time on transitioning away from management, into a position that would allow him to work on big-picture relationships and new directions. Mr. Wells joined the company in September after founding aviation technology startup Naverus, and managing teams at Disney. Los Angeles-based Revver has raised almost $13 million from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Draper Richards, Bessemer Venture Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital, and Turner Broadcasting. "This is when we transition from a startup to a business," said Mr. Starr. But to skeptics, the timing of the shuffle is notable given a December shakeup that saw Revver's other two founders—Ian Clarke and Oliver Luckett—leave the company.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Five Tips for Bringing Web 2.0 Into the Enterprise

June 01, 2007CIO — For many, Web 2.0 is the Wild West (especially when trying to bring it into the enterprise), and like any new frontier, the rules are a work in progress. Still, those who have gone before you offer some advice.

Do your homework. The first step is to define who your Web 2.0 customer will be—for example, employees, consumers or advertisers? Find other companies that are targeting the same kind of customers and have similar goals. It may take research to figure out which companies fall into that category, but it's worth it, says Sylvia Marino, executive director of Edmunds' "It's great to sit in a room with people facing the same challenges." Web 2.0 tools targeting external customers can have quite different hurdles than those facing internal customers—for example, security settings or methods of generating participation.

Web 2.0 conferences and books that include case studies are also great places to find contacts. Going to support forums of vendors in the space can also yield Web 2.0 contacts, says Marino.

Test the water with smaller projects. Both in terms of getting buy-in and seeing what issues Web 2.0 may bring on, it's important to start small. Alistair Behenna, CIO of Harvey Nash, a global recruitment consultancy and IT outsourcing provider, often sees just the opposite when people do take on Web 2.0, "People start too big. Instead, be intelligent and selective, see what's out there." For example, if you're not comfortable with a wiki, you might have a corporate blog instead.

It was Dell's initial experiences with internal blogs that helped pave the way for IdeaStorm. Last year the company launched the corporate blog, Direct to Dell. "With that we learned the value of being transparent," says Caroline Dietz, Dell spokesperson and manager of IdeaStorm. Regarding feedback, "we honed what we're doing with it, how we're responding, how to publicly address critics, fans, competitors. That experience really helped prepare us for what we were up against [with IdeaStorm]."

Dietz says that launching IdeaStorm was a natural part of internal change and taking Web 2.0 to the next level. Still, internal education was required on just what the purpose of IdeaStorm was, especially for the traditional market research employees. "We knew there were certain pockets where you want to be careful with all this," she says. Education and communication were made priorities early on.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Microsoft Stokes Linux Fears

Software giant's patent claims against Linux could help steel it against open-source rivals.

Call it a pre-emptive strike. Microsoft has said that Linux and  open-source software violate 235 of its patents, a claim that observers believe is a tactic to sow fear, uncertainty and doubt among companies that are considering using open-source software. Microsoft's surprising claim, made by general counsel Brad Smith in an interview with Fortune, came mere weeks before the Free Software Foundation is due to release a new open source license that will govern Linux use. The license, known as GPLv3, could isolate from the wider open-source community any open-source software developed by Novell and Microsoft (see Microsoft's Linux Woes) under a cooperation agreement between the two companies (see Microsoft, Novell In Linux Pact). Observer suggested Microsoft's surprising patent claim was designed to raise intellectual property concerns among corporate customers thinking about using Linux software distributed by companies other than Novell.



Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Up To The Minute News

MySpace Snaps Up Photobucket: $300M
Social-networking site locks up photo-sharing site's 40 million users.
By Scott Martin

Social-networking behemoth MySpace has agreed to acquire photo-sharing giant Photobucket for as much as $300 million, according to a source familiar with the deal. Final details were still being ironed out, but MySpace has agreed to pay $250 million for Photobucket, plus as much as $50 million more if certain performance targets are met, the source said. The deal represents a tidy return for the four-year-old startup's most recent investors. Trinity Ventures led a $10.5 million second round in May 2006. Should MySpace wind up paying $300 million, Trinity and other second round investors were expected to see a return of about three to four times their investment. "In less than a year—that is pretty good," said the source familiar with the deal. Photobucket was seen as a significant score for MySpace because the photo site is compelling as both a widget on the social-networking site and a website destination with loads of traffic.

Find out more in today's story.

McCain Stops By Google
Presidential hopeful speaks to Google employees.
By Herbert A. Sample

It wasn't exactly the lion's den, but when Republican presidential hopeful John McCain stepped into the cavernous Google cafeteria last Friday, he must have known that his audience was going to differ from the one he entertained at the conservative Hoover Institution at Stanford University two days before. But a funny thing happened along the way to the left-wing, high-tech behemoth whose officers, managers, and minions donated nearly $290,000 to political candidates last year—91 percent of which went to Democrats, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Far from being booed and hissed for his stand opposing abortion rights or his insistence on increasing troop levels in Iraq, Sen. McCain was rewarded with frequent applause during a 28-minute chat on stage with Google CEO Eric Schmidt and a 35-minute Q&A with employees. McCain's appearance may have swayed few minds among the standing-room-only crowd of about 1,000 workers. After all, as one employee said in prefacing her question, "Most of the people I've met in high tech are either liberals or libertarians." Still, the 21-year Arizona senator got points from the audience for his seeming forthrightness, employees said afterwards.

Solaicx Lands $27.1M
Single crystal silicon wafer maker prepares for move to larger production facility.
By Adena DeMonte

Solaicx on Tuesday said it has received an additional $27.1 million in funding, giving the solar wafer developer the funds it needs to boost production. Santa Clara, California-based Solaicx, a Red Herring North America 100 company for 2007, has developed a new process for making single-crystal silicon wafers—designed specifically for solar panels—more efficiently and cheaply. "We've proven the technology," said Solaicx CEO Bob Ford. "Now it boils down to actually doing it." Solaicx hopes to overcome a global shortage of silicon by making more solar wafers—the building blocks that are made into solar cells, which in turn get wired together to make solar panels—from less silicon. The company has developed technology to manufacture silicon wafers in a continuous process as opposed to in batches, increasing efficiency by up to 30 percent and lowering production costs. "Solaicx plays a crucial role in the solar energy value chain," said venture capital firm D.E. Shaw Group in a statement.

Wal-Mart Goes Solar
Retail chain behemoth agrees to buy sun power in California and Hawaii.
By Andrea Quong

Wal-Mart, the retail chain purveyor of ultra-cheap goods, announced Monday it has contracted to buy solar energy to power nearly two dozen of its stores and distribution centers in Hawaii and California. If all goes well, solar energy providers BP Solar, SunEdison, and SunPower subsidiary, PowerLight, will supply a total of 20 million kilowatt-hours per year to 22 stores, supercenters, Sam's Clubs and distribution centers, the company said. Wal-Mart said the systems could reduce greenhouse gas emissions that would otherwise be spewed from power plant smokestacks by up to 10,000 metric tons a year. "We're going to see how it goes," said Wal-Mart spokesman, Kevin Thornton. "We want to make sure this is a viable business option for us and, if it is, we want to apply it as fast as we can to other facilities." The sun power pilot project is the latest iteration in the Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer's widely publicized campaign to make its 4,046 U.S. stores more energy efficient, less dependent on conventional fuel sources, and less wasteful. But that's a gargantuan task.


It's an all 'critical' Patch Tuesday
Ryan Naraine: Microsoft has just released seven advisories--all rated "critical"--with patches for at least 18 vulnerabilities affecting Windows, Office and Internet Explorer.
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JavaOne: Is Sun's newly unveiled JavaFX really a Microsoft Silverlight killer? Details are sketchy but at least it gives Sun a chance to put its platform back on track.
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Gates makes case for Microsoft's ad business
While acknowledging stiff competition for online advertising, Microsoft is in the ad game for the long haul, he tells conference.
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Software 2007: Innovation on the upswing
Dan Farber: Software 2007 isn't about companies, but innovation in processes, business models and delivery systems--plus SaaS, open ource, SOA, Enterprise 2.0 and hybrid models.

What the TJX data breach will really cost you
So what will retailer TJX really have to fork over failing to secure a wireless network and letting 45.7 million credit and debit card numbers leak out? Estimates range up to $1 billion. Here's what I found out.
George Ou: Details on TJX's WiFi failure


Friday, May 04, 2007


Greenpeace cheers Apple--asks for more
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Greenpeace says "we are cheering!" but goes on to say that the statement is "not everything we asked for." Is Apple doing enough for the environment--vote.
Jason O'Grady: Apple bows to 'green' pressure; divulges LED plans

Meet Microsoft, the advertising company
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft isn't adding all this social-software goodness to its products just because the up-and-coming generation wants and expects it. Microsoft sees a way to make money here.
Ryan Stewart: Mono founder says Silverlight will come to Linux
Mix '07 Focus: The remix from day one

BlackBerry throws a Curve 8300
Russell Shaw: BlackBerry's new smart phone comes with 2 megapixel camera, enhanced media player and high-performance browser.
Photos: Blackberry Curve 8300
Photos: Barracuda rides new Nokia wave

IBM puts vacuum spaces in chips
Nothing insulates like a vacuum. Big Blue says its Airgap technique will increase chip speed and reduce power consumption.
Images: IBM's vaccuum techique
Video: IBM adds vacuum to processors

Solving the Web app's 'offline problem': How Zimbra did it
David Berlind: Zimbra's unique selling proposition is that its solutions take the Web 2.0 approach to e-mail and collaboration.
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Microsoft to ship critical Windows, Office patches

Microsoft to ship critical Windows, Office patches
Ryan Naraine: Next week's Patch Tuesday updates from Microsoft will include fixes for a wide range of "critical" vulnerabilities in the Windows, Office and Exchange product lines.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

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Qualcomm Likes Juice Wireless

Wireless chip maker joins $2.3 million investment round.
By Scott Martin

Mobile video startup Juice Wireless has quietly captured $2.3 million in funding from a pair of investors including Qualcomm. Juice Wireless' technology allows people to shoot video on mobile phones and then upload it to the startup's JuiceCaster video boxes that can appear on social-networking destinations and other sites. The investment, part of a second round, includes 21 Ventures and has yet to be formally announced. The company said the additional funds will allow it to pursue deals with large wireless carriers. "The funding is used to get the carrier deals and then support the carrier deals," Juice Wireless CEO Nick Desai said.

Find out more in today's story.


Yahoo: Right Media for $680M
Search company picks up Internet ad exchange.
By Red Herring Staff

Yahoo on Monday agreed to acquire Right Media, an online advertising exchange, for $680 million in cash and stock. "We see that to be a very vibrant marketplace," Yahoo CEO Terry Semel said in a conference call. Sunnyvale, California-based Yahoo plans to purchase the remaining equity in Right Media, following its October 2006 agreement for a 20 percent ownership stake in the startup, formed in 2003. Yahoo took the original position in Right Media as part of a $45 million second round investment in the advertising company that included Redpoint Ventures and other existing investors. The October investment gave Right Media a valuation of about $200 million at the time. The move comes just days after Google agreed to pay $3.1 billion for DoubleClick, stealing it away from interested bidders including Microsoft and Yahoo. The DoubleClick deal promises to give Google a significant foothold in display advertising.

Report Card for VCs turns tables, letting startups rate funders.
By Ken Schachter

Venture capitalists, long accustomed to taking the role of Simon of "American Idol" in judging startups, are seeing the tables turned. That's because recently launched, inviting entrepreneurs to post to its web site ratings of venture capital firms. On Thursday, after collecting more than 500 reviews, released a list of the top five venture firms worldwide. Venture capitalists said it was inevitable that VCs became subject to the same scrutiny as college professor (, doctors ( and contractors ( "It was only a matter of time before this came up," said Sarah Tavel, an analyst at Larchmont, New York-based Bessemer Venture Partners, one of the firms ranked in the top five. "Increasingly the process is becoming more transparent and, perhaps, more symmetrical."

GE Spins Out VideoIQ
VideoIQ business exits parent, gets $8 million in funding.
By Ken Schachter

In what amounts to a rounding error for the multinational giant, GE has spun off its video analytics business into a 13-person startup, VideoIQ. As part of the deal, VideoIQ closed an $8-million first round of funding from Atlas Venture and Matrix Partners. The funding will be used primarily for research and development. Video analytics systems are designed to recognize threats without the need for people to review hours of video. In the wake of the 2005 London subway bombings, for example, investigators had to pore over video from 2,500 cameras.VideoIQ's systems can analyze networked video—differentiating, for instance, between a man and a dog or a car and a truck—and generate a QuickTime movie clip of the relevant event that is emailed to the user's mobile computer.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Dell picks Ubuntu for Linux PCs

'Highly critical' Trillian, Winamp flaws flagged
Security holes in two popular desktop software applications could put millions of computer users at risk of code execution attacks.

Another piece of Microsoft's cloud programming model revealed
Mary Jo Foley: At Mix '07, Microsoft revealed yet another piece of its puzzling cloud-programming puzzle: "Astoria," a set of patterns and infrastructure for Web data services.
Microsoft expands its set of Live programming interfaces
Mix '07's sleeper announcement: Cross-platform CLR
The scoop on Silverlight for developers
Focus on Mix '07

Report: Microsoft to buy 24/7 Real Media for $1 billion
Larry Dignan: Google grabs DoubleClick. Yahoo grabs Right Media. And now Microsoft is reportedly going to take out 24/7 Real Media.

Google denies Viacom copyright charges
Google responded to Viacom's $1 billion copyright lawsuit, arguing that it has not infringed on the rights of the media company and that the lawsuit threatens the viability of YouTube.
Larry Dignan: Google's Viacom response: An army of lawyers cut and paste
Donna Bogatin: Google accuses Viacom of 'unclean hands'

Computer maker is trying a second time to sell Linux PCs and has chosen Canonical's Ubuntu to supply the operating system.
Screenshots: First look at 'Feisty Fawn'
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First thoughts on Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn

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