Esquire Gives Augmented Reality a Bad Name
Esquire magazine's augmented reality issue is bad PR for the technology. Read more »
As Zynga Profits From Personal Data, Other Opportunities Abound
Companies like Zynga and Facebook plan to make money off our personal data, but is there an opportunity for us to pocket some of the profits, too? Read more »
Facebook Is Not the Future of Search
Social networks may offer context, but Google results still have the better value for users and advertisers. Read more »
How Search Is Evolving Beyond Text
It was a big week for real-time search, but social media's not the only content worth looking for. Here's how audio, video and image search are growing up, too. Read more »
Could Activist-Style Micropayments Be a Real-Time Ad Model?
Much of the potential of real-time micropayments has yet to be unlocked, particularly in the context of the real-time web. Read more »
How Google News Upends the Net Neutrality Fight
Google's long-time stance as net neutrality advocate has called its own practices into question. Just how neutral is Google News? Read more »
Will Zynga’s Growth Make It a Facebook Frienemy?
Facebook's rising interests in virtual goods could presage a clash with its app developers. Read more »
The Real-Time Web Isn’t the New Internet
With different values, real-time web and the archived, indexed Internet will be used in decidely different ways. Read more »
Why Startups Aren’t Changing the World
In a world with plenty of big problems, most startups are trying to solve small ones. Read more »
Can the News Industry Move Beyond Its Napster Phase?
Is Google's proposal on the right track? Read more »
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