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Search Engines Seattle

The annual Search Engine Strategies (SES) conference, San Jose, CA. edition, came off last week in fine fashion with leading Bay area sponsor Google...

Adhost Joins with Seattle24x7

Two of the names that have become synonymous with the Seattle Internet experience are joining efforts. Adhost Internet, a leading provider of colocation and...

Web 2.0 or Dead 2.0?

Yes, he is a confessed contrarian and self-incriminating skeptic. But with those cards face up on the table, the author behind the decidedly anti-Web...

Seattle’s Top Forty and Coming Zune

Microsoft has publicly disclosed plans to release a new music and entertainment player and accompanying software under the "Zune" brand this year, in an...

Rhapsody Gets Jammin’

Microsoft is set to form an assault on video-sharing websites, including the hugely successful YouTube.com by launching a new service that will allow users...

Emerge, Xoom and Zaaz!

“We make games for the rest of us,” proclaimed Rob Glaser, founder/CEO of RealNetworks during his Casuality Seattle keynote June 27 in Seattle, Washington....

Starbucks goes to L.A.

Starbucks will relocate its Entertainment unit to Santa Monica from its current Seattle base and has hired music industry whiz Alan Mintz to head...

Blue Dot Connects at Gnomedex

Gnomedex Gnotes — Presidential hopeful and former North Carolina U.S. senator John Edwards took the stage last week at the sixth annual Gnomedex proceedings...

Pluggd Plugs In

Seattle-based start-up Pluggd.com has opened their podcast directory for public use. The service aims to make podcast listening easier for non-technical users. Pluggd crawls...

Scoble (then Gates) Takes a Bow

Microsoft's leading evangelist in the blogosphere and a founder of the video blogging movement, Robert Sdcoble, aka The Scoblelizer, has decided to leave the...