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Microsoft, BT launch mashup contest February 15, 2007 Developers are challenged to create new applications by combining telecommunications and Web tools. Top winner will take $25,000.
Yahoo to offer new mashup tools March 7, 2006 Company plans to release four application program interfaces for photos, calendar, shopping and bookmark sites.
At Mashup Camp, geeks plot future of Web January 18, 2007 For all their promise of creating cutting-edge applications, mashup creators are pushing the business and legal boundaries of the Web.Photos: Meeting up at Mashup Camp
Google's first mashup goes green May 31, 2006 Map-based Web site offers tips on earth-friendly places to visit in the U.S. during summer vacation. Images: Google's green mash-up
The do-it-yourself Web emerges July 31, 2006 New services from fledging start-ups enable people to build Web applications themselves, which pundits say will unleash creativity.
Find toxic wastelands via Google Earth January 17, 2007 EPA takes first step in effort to make data about polluted sites more accessible to online mapping applications and the public at large.
Microsoft enlists developers for Live push June 9, 2006 At the TechEd conference next week, CTO Ray Ozzie is expected to discuss how the software giant's online services initiative will be key for its traditional audience: IT pros and developers.
Week in pictures: Gadget heaven March 10, 2006 roundup Intel Developer Forum, CeBit attendees find themselves in gizmo paradise. Also: Mashups, cult films and the 'Godfather.'
Sage merges Web 2.0 tech into CRM line March 14, 2008 The company will incorporate Web 2.0 functionality gradually until 2010, in a bid to better take on Microsoft and Salesforce.com. (By Suzanne Tindal of ZDNet Australia)
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