By Michael Copeland
It's not your 15-year-old daughter's Internet anymore. On the first full day of the Web 2.0 Expo, that more than anything seemed to be the message from the conference room floor.
Tech stalwarts like Oracle (ORCL), IBM (IBM) and Microsoft (MSFT) were showing off technologies that bring elements of the consumer Internet to the workplace. Startups that last year might have been flogging a consumer video service or photo sharing MOREdterry - Apr 24, 2008 11:05 AM ET
By Michael Copeland
On the eve of the latest and largest Internet gathering this year, O'Reilly's Web 2.0 Conference and Expo, Forrester Research dropped a report that concludes that companies will spend $4.6 billion on Web2-related technologies by 2013. What that means for you, fellow office dweller, is that Forrester believes the world of wikis, widgets, blogs, mashups and social networks will increasingly find a way into your work life.
The emphasis MOREdterry - Apr 22, 2008 10:41 AM ET
By John Simons
In a move that should help News Corp.'s efforts to optimize and sell online advertising across its global network of Web sites, the media giant announced Tuesday that it has acquired a majority stake in Utarget, a U.K.-based company that offers advertisers and Web sites technology and ad sales services.
Utarget has a network of more than 630 client Web sites, where the company helps advertisers place commercial video MOREdterry - Apr 9, 2008 7:51 AM ET
In his latest column, Fortune's David Kirkpatrick says that the key question for the future of the media business is how to integrate user-generated "amateur" content with that produced by the mainstream old media.
What do you think?dterry - Jan 19, 2008 10:39 AM ET
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