At the Web 2.0 Expo conference in San Francisco, Google CEO Eric Schmidt tells conference program chair John Battelle about the search giant's recent deal to buy advertising company DoubleClick, and how the acquistion will help bring more targeted ads to end users.
Buying Mobile Theory and 4th Screen Advertising gives the browser maker ways to deliver ads to mobile devices. Opera also reported stronger quarterly revenue and profits.
Sony's latest acquisition could change PlayStation's future, Facebook may add a new word to express your feelings on a post, and get ready to sign up for a new social media site focused on news.
Despite a new $33.50 per share takeover offer from EMC, NetApp still believes its proposal to be the winning one as an August shareholder vote looms.
Marc Fleury's analysis of the Oracle offer for BEA is dead on, and opens up lots of questions.
Chicago-based Where I've Been plans to offer their mapping program for MySpace users as well.