Goodmail Systems now has deals to pay most big Internet and Webmail providers to deliver messages from its clients without subjecting them to the dreaded spam filter. In return for first class delivery, Goodmail pays the e-mail companies a big part of its fees. Does this two-tier system violate the ideas of network neutrality?
Sugar Inc., the women’s blog network, has ended its advertising partnership with NBC Universal and taken its ad sales in-house. That leaves a gap in NBC’s women’s blog network.
After seven months of testing, Google rolls out Knol, a service that has been described as a Wikipedia killer. Read about it on Wikipedia.
Live blogging from Facebook’s annual developer conference in San Francisco.
Among the excuses Yahoo gave for sluggish revenue and disappointing profits in the second quarter were “headwinds” from a weak advertising market and “external swirl related to Microsoft.”
European venture capital firm Wellington Partners has opened a Silicon Valley office to help its investors and entrepreneurs bridge the cultural divide.
Video teleconferencing is growing more popular, thanks in part to high fuel prices. But is this the beginning of a deeper shift in how corporations and their employees work?
Microsoft is said to be starting an expensive campaign to reassure consumers that its Vista operating system isn’t all that bad.