At the Web 2.0 Summit, the quintessential rapper, fashion icon, and occasional Web entrepreneur launches WIREDoo--a search engine that offers "deep search."
Brand pages are coming soon to Google+, MC Hammer announces a legit search startup called Wiredoo, and iPhone 4S users may want to change a security setting for Siri.
Believe it or not, we still have our jobs after welcoming Jim Lanzone, president of CBS Interactive, on yesterday's show. Today's episode runs down the announcements at the Web 2.0 summit, Google's Infinite Bookcase, new Coke vending machines, and an archive of every live concert, ever!
In an election ad for interim San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, reportedly financed by Ron Conway and Sean Parker, Google's Marissa Mayer makes like MC Hammer. Former Twitterer Biz Stone also makes an appearance, but doesn't jig.
From Microsoft to MC Hammer, upstarts keep trying to chip away at Google's search dominance. Join us to discuss this with Paul Sloan and Harry McCracken of CNET News and Jim Lanzone, president of CBS Interactive and former CEO of Ask.com.
This year's Web 2.0 Summit is hardly limited to the Internet. In addition to Web startups, featured speakers are talking about what to expect next from Dell, Foursquare, and even Angry Birds.