Archive for the ‘Newsmakers’ Category
Once tabbed as being the undisputed leader among web browsers, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 has crumbled lately, drawing an intense amount of criticism for its instability and inability to support alpha transparency in PNG images, among other issues.
Just 24 years into the era of the iPad, Steve Jobs’ newest toy has been introduced to resounding applause, been lauded for its beauty, and been called “a photojournalist’s dream machine,” but questions remain.
No browser ever wants to find themselves at the top of the Internet vulnerability heap, but it appears as if that dubious distinction falls this year on Mozilla Firefox, which beat out Apple’s Safari browser by 9% (44% to 35%). Last year it was Microsoft’s Internet Explorer that topped the list, edging Firefox 43% to 39%.
Rupert Murdoch insists he can implement paid subscription plans for his myriad of news outlets. Now he’s saying he doesn’t want a hand from Google. Can the man of all media make one final stand?
Can’t we all just get along? The brass behind Google and Apple just can’t seem to work things out. Where, oh where, did things go wrong?
The Federal Trade Commission updated its endorsement policy for the first time in over three decades Monday, this time amending what’s actually an 81 page document to finally include guidelines on bloggers. Most specifically, the update refined how bloggers should treat endorsements and their associated payments.
Razorfish, the innoveative digital advertising collective that started in the kitchen of an apartment in Alphabet City, New York, has been sold, again.
Squidoo’s recent – and self-proclaimed “significant” – changes to their Terms of Services and operating policies will probably rub a good lot of users the wrong way, but few can deny that the modifications were necessary. Squidoo had become somewhat of a haven for spammers recently, and there’s no reason to think that a little clean-up can’t do wonders for Squidoo’s community.