Posts Tagged ‘web 2.0’


Schmidt departure from Apple… more of Google into mainstream

August 4, 2009

Few days ago, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) started an investigation on why a Google application was blocked from working on Apple’s iPhone.  Few months ago the US FTC started an investigation into directorships, including the Board of Apple.

Yesterday, Schmidt, CEO of Google leaves Apple’s Board.

This is another confirmation that Google is coming onto the main street of Sw/Hw PC industry. The announcement of Android and then of Chrome OS operating system is placing Google in direct competition with not only Microsoft, but Apple and a number of other relevant players.

This is a challenge that could mean the beginning of a major dominance or the beginning of becoming a mature player not longer that aggressively innovator


Cisco’s CTO Technology Vision

July 12, 2009

I was twitting when I discovered a post by Padmasree, Chief Technology Officer of Cisco. Se was anouncing she had published her Vision of Technology on Slideshare.
Any one lloking for an intereesting point of view of the future of communications and network could go to
 PADMASREE Cisco Technology Vision
I really enjoied


Online, volunteer translators are helping to provide the nuance that machines can’t.

May 17, 2009

“IN the early years of the Web, nearly all of its content appeared in English. But that is changing quickly. Today, articles on Wikipedia are available in more than 200 languages, for example. And about 36 percent of the seven million blogs running on WordPress, a free software platform, are in languages other than English, according to the founder Matt Mullenweg.

Such changes create a challenge, says Ethan Zuckerman, a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. “We are all experiencing a smaller Internet than we should be,” he said. “In the user-created Web, we’ve created a weird dynamic where there is more out there every day — some of it important — but each person can individually read less of it because it’s in multiple languages.” ” Read the whole news at: The New York Times

Seems like internet is really about worldwide interaction and content-sharing.