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ad-funded works


Tesco to use eye-scanning tech to target ads at you

Eyeball-scanning tech will determine your age and gender, and fire what it thinks are suitable ads at you.

By November 3, 2013


Spotify reportedly creating online radio station to rival Pandora

The online music streamer may be eyeing its own Internet radio service in the U.S., says Bloomberg.

By April 26, 2012


Microsoft quietly offering ad-funded Works

A top Office executive says the "sponsored edition" of Works is just a pilot, not a major new source of revenue. However, the response thus far has been positive, especially to the price: free.

By April 18, 2008


Kodak lets iPhone users get social for snaps

The photo company launches a new version of its iPhone app that conjures up temporary social networks among party-goers or soccer moms to share pictures.

By November 16, 2011


How OpenTable puts loyalty to the test

In addition to collecting fees for customer referrals, reservations and deal services may win consumer loyalty that would otherwise go to small businesses.

By December 6, 2010


Phase One: All the camera $55K can buy

Some people balk at spending $300 for a camera. So what does a medium-format camera with the price of a midrange BMW get you? Big, luscious images, for starts.

By June 16, 2010


A hungrier, more aggressive Mozilla

Mozilla is at a crossroads as it seeks a new CEO; and it needs to become a hungrier, more competitive company if it hopes to increase Firefox's market share.

By May 19, 2010


More details on Microsoft's free Office

Microsoft's Chris Capossela details what--and what not--to expect with Office Starter 2010, the Works replacement that will start showing up on new PCs later this year.

By April 7, 2010


Ex-Yahoo execs take on brand ad network, raise funds

Two former executives from Yahoo, one of the Web's prime-time locations for display ads, are banking on new demand from advertisers for online brand ads.

By August 25, 2008


Transcript of CNET Conversation with Steve Ballmer

On October 1, CNET's Ina Fried and Molly Wood interviewed Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as part of our ongoing CNET Conversations series. This is a transcript of their interview.

By October 5, 2009