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By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 5/12/2011 8:02 AM


Microsoft is addressing the growing concern that mobile phone vendors are gathering too much information about its customers…

By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 5/11/2011 9:18 AM


If you stream Netflix or Hulu, it might cost you more using AT&T’s U-verse or DSL.  Other providers are likely to follow…
By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 5/11/2011 9:12 AM


Microsoft buys Skype which is a huge step forward in leading the future of Internet voice and video communications…

By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 5/3/2011 9:09 AM


“If you stream Netflix or Hulu, it might cost you more using AT&T’s U-verse or DSL.  Other providers are likely to follow…”
By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 4/29/2011 7:25 AM

Nice article on GigaOM discussing mobile apps. How soon will your company need to develop custom mobile applications?

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By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 4/26/2011 10:22 AM

“Your iPhone and Android are tracking your every move and providing info to Apple and Google.  Does that surprise you or bother you?  Should it?     Please read the article below to find out more about this topic…”

By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 4/6/2011 9:23 AM

Symantec Corp. on Tuesday reported more than 286 million new cyberthreats in 2010, accompanied by new "megatrends" on the threat landscape.

Mountain View-based Symantec (NASDAQ:SYMC) said targeted attacks such as Hydraq and Stuxnet posed a growing threat to enterprises in 2010. Attackers launched targeted attacks against publicly traded, multinational corporations and government agencies, as well as a number of smaller companies

Read more: Symantec: Cyberthreats skyrocket in volume, sophistication | Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal
By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 3/13/2011 6:56 PM

Just ask JC Penny ... back in Feb. the NYT ran a story discussing why JC Penny ranked so well on so many organic search terms ... they (NYT) hired an outside consultant to investigate, and they found some strange results. After presenting their findings to Google, many of JC Penny's listings were no longer top ranked. Read more at: .

The main lessson from this story, aside from complying with Google's terms, is to know exactly what your outside SEO company is doing on your behalf.

By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 3/10/2011 4:30 PM

Does the web need yet another news aggregator?

LinkedIn thinks so ... with the launch of their LinkedIn Today, they are aiming at the professional market.

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By Larry C. Mrazek on Posted on: 3/1/2011 8:16 PM

Might be time for some to take another look at DotNetNuke ... it was just announced that the popular web content management system will be using C# for the core of the upcoming 6.0 release.

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