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|1:|| vBulletin Issues Warning : Google reCAPTCHA System Cracked|
"Despite denials from Google, a security researcher continues to assert that the Search King's reCAPTCHA system for protecting Web sites from spammers can be successfully exploited by Internet junk mail panderers.[br][br]Researcher Jonathan Wilkins published a paper recently that included an analysis of reCAPTCHA's security. In automated attacks he conducted against the system, he reported he had an alarming success rate of 17.5 percent.[br][br]vBulletin issues the following warning to those running vBulletin with reCAPTCHA system:[br]"[i]It has become apparent from our customers and customers of other BB Systems that there is a targeted effort being made to spam forums world-wide. Unfortunately as part of that effort it appears that ReCaptcha may have been cracked...[/i]"
|Jan 11, 2011|
|2:|| msblast.exe - New Virus in the Wild and Propogating.||Aug 11, 2003|
|3:|| eBay/Skype buys Camino Networks|
"Skype, announced that it has acquired Sonorit Holding AS and its US subsidiary Camino Networks, Inc., a provider of voice technology for the Internet."
|Apr 11, 2006|
|4:|| eBay's Kijiji - Craigslist Competitor with In-House Knowledge|
On Friday, eBay's online classified service, Kijiji, made its U.S. debut and is now available in about 220 U.S. cities. But eBay enjoys an unusual advantage. For three years, eBay executives have held a seat on the Craigslist board of directors and been allowed to peer deep into the operations.
|July 8, 2007|
|5:|| eBay and Skype Dispute Rumbles On|
"EBay wrote in the quarterly filing that it recognized that pending litigation over the technology behind Skype could ultimately have an "adverse result," so it had begun to develop alternative software to the technology it licenses from Joltid Ltd for Skype."
|July 31, 2009|
|6:|| eBay Ends AdWords Boycott Against Google, With Changes|
"EBay ended its ad boycott against Google yesterday but said it would scale back spending on the search engine going forward."
|June 23, 2007|
|7:|| eBay Adds Radio Airtime to Auctions|
"The auction giant eBay said it would begin selling radio airtime to advertisers starting Wednesday, expanding into a business that Google entered last year."
|June 6, 2007|
|8:|| eBay Acquires StumbleUpon|
"Our intent is to support the growth and evolution of this community-based business, and StumbleUpon will run as a separate business unit within eBay Inc."
|May 31, 2007|
|9:|| comScore: US Search Share, June, Bing Up, Google Up, Yahoo Down|
Google and Bing pick up a little bit of share, Yahoo loses a little bit.
|July 11, 2012|
|10:|| comScore: U.S. Search, July 2011, Shows Slight Decline For Google and Gain For Yahoo|
Google's share of the U.S. search market declined to 65.1 percent last month from 65.5 percent in June, while Yahoo's rose to 16.1 percent from 15.9 percent, according to the Reston, Virginia-based ComScore. Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) was unchanged at 14.4 percent.
|Aug 10, 2011|
|11:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share June 2011, Google at 65 pct|
Google Sites led the explicit core search market in June with 65.5 percent of search queries conducted.
|July 14, 2011|
|12:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share For September Sees Google at 65pct|
September search share bounced back to 65.3 percent one month after a slower August in which the market leader totaled 64.8 percent of the search market, according to comScore.[br][br]Meanwhile, comScore said explicit core searches were up 8.6 percent for the third quarter, led by Google's core growth of 7.4 percent for Q3.
|Oct 12, 2011|
|13:|| comScore: U.S. Search Share February 2013|
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in February with 67.5 pct
|Mar 14, 2013|
|14:|| comScore: U.S. December 2012 Search Engine Shares: Bing Up a Little|
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in December with 66.7 percent market share, followed by Microsoft Sites with 16.3 percent (up 0.1 percentage points)...
|Jan 14, 2013|
|15:|| comScore: Search Engine Share, February 2012: Bing and Google Up|
"... the two rival search engines are still a world apart from each other as Google reigns with over 66 percent of the market share, while Bing is scraping in at second place with just over 15 percent.
|Mar 12, 2012|
|16:|| comScore: July Search Share, Google Down, Yahoo Up, Bing Stable|
"The new numbers only measure 'explicit' searches, in which a user types a term in a search window and clicks 'search.'"
|Aug 17, 2010|
|17:|| comScore: July 2012 U.S. Search Shares, Google 66.8, Bing To 15.7 pct|
"Google Sites led the explicit core search market in July with 66.8 percent of search queries conducted."
|Aug 20, 2012|
|18:|| comScore: December 2013 U.S. Search Engine Rankings|
"18.3 billion explicit core searches were conducted in December, with Google Sites ranking first with 12.3 billion"
|Jan 21, 2014|
|19:|| comScore Stats: The Web Is Contracting|
When you exclude just Facebook from the rest of the Web, consumption in terms of minutes of use shrank by nearly nine percent between March 2010 and March 2011, according to data from comScore. And, even when you include Facebook usage, total non-mobile Internet consumption still dropped three percent over the same period.
|July 2, 2011|
|20:|| Zoeller Sues to Identify Wikipedia Post Author|
"Pro golfer Fuzzy Zoeller is suing to track down the author who posted what he describes as a defamatory paragraph about him on the Internet reference site Wikipedia."
|Feb 25, 2007|
|21:|| Zappos Terms Of Service Ruled Invalid|
Amazon owned Zappos "browsewrap" terms of service agreement has been ruled invalid and the retailer may have go to court instead of using arbitration to settle lawsuits
|Nov 1, 2012|
|22:|| Your Website May Incriminate You: Lawyers Using Your Own Web Site Against You|
"The problem starts when you realize you may have content on your web site that could result in legal issues."
|Aug 25, 2008|
|23:|| Your Email Legally Now an Open Book to Your ISP|
Court rules that wire tapping laws of the USA do not apply to email.
|June 30, 2004|
|24:|| Your Data Running Naked on The Net|
"The U.S. Justice Dept.'s demand for data on how Web surfers use Google and other search engines raises a disturbing question: Just how much do the Web sites you visit know about you?"
|Feb 15, 2006|
|25:|| Young Adults To Traditional Media: Access Denied|
While the nightly national news has transformed itself into People Magazine, young adults have been turning it off in record numbers.
|Feb 15, 2003|
|26:|| YouTube and Wikipedia Are Top Ranking Brands|
"Internet firm Google has again pipped Apple to the top spot in a global brand ranking that also sees YouTube and Wikipedia debut in the top five, a survey showed on Friday."
|Jan 26, 2007|
|27:|| YouTube Serves up 100 Million Videos Daily Online|
"YouTube, the leader in Internet video search, said on Sunday viewers have are now watching more than 100 million videos per day on its site, marking the surge in demand for its "snack-sized" video fare."
|July 17, 2006|
|28:|| YouTube - Waiting For The Payoff|
"The tricky question of how YouTube can make money off its phenomenal growth while maintaining the promise behind that popularity."
|Sept 11, 2006|
|29:|| Year End Tax Deadline Looms|
You still have 3 calendar days to work up those prelim tax figures and take action this year.
|Dec 29, 2003|
|30:|| Yahoo! Pipes|
The internets original content aggregator is putting creative control of RSS delivery into the hands of the user.
|Feb 8, 2007|
|31:|| Yahoo! Hosting & Six Apart partner in blogging platform|
SixApart and Yahoo! announced a deal integrating the popular MovableType blogging software into Yahoo's Web Hosting service. By bundling MovableType and web hosting, Yahoo! is targeting businesses and independent professionals "seeking to maintain high-traffic blogs on a scalable, reliable platform."
|Dec 12, 2005|
|32:|| Yahoo to Shut Yahoo Photos Service, Pushing Flickr|
"Yahoo Inc. is shutting down Yahoo Photos, its first-generation photo storage site, and asking users to move instead to Yahoo's Web 2.0 photo sharing site, Flickr, a Yahoo official said on Thursday."
|May 4, 2007|
|33:|| Yahoo and Google in Talks with Tivo|
"A partership between TiVo and a major Internet search engine would offer expansion opportunities for both. TiVo has long talked about becoming the "Google of TV," and Google and Yahoo are investing heavily in video services."
|Apr 19, 2005|
|34:|| Yahoo and Google Just Don't Get It about Compatibility|
"... can Yahoogle really afford to ignore the people to whom their target market turn to for advice?"
|Sept 8, 2004|
|35:|| Yahoo Plans To Run Windows Mobile Phones|
"Marking progress in its drive to make Web services widely available not just only computers but phones, the Sunnyvale, California-based company said the Windows Mobile push will expand its base of mobile Internet users by millions."
|Mar 7, 2007|
|36:|| Yahoo Messenger allows users to share services|
"The company said it was introducing on Monday a handier way for tens of millions of users of Yahoo Messenger to share a variety of Web services, media or software created by independent software developers or by Yahoo itself."
|June 20, 2006|
|37:|| Yahoo Messenger Phone Capabilities to be Activated in U.S.|
"Yahoo plans on Wednesday to activate Internet phone capabilities for Yahoo Messenger users in the U.S., a little more than three months after announcing this feature."
|Mar 22, 2006|
|38:|| Yahoo Launches "Suggestion Board" Facility With Digg-Like Voting||Feb 15, 2007|
|39:|| Yahoo Allows Outsiders To Innovate On Yahoo E-mail|
"Officials of the world's largest Internet media company said on Friday it planned to give away the underlying code to Yahoo Mail, one of the crown jewels of its business, in a bid to encourage software developers to build new applications based on e-mail."
|Sept 30, 2006|
|40:|| XP Has No Legs - 80% of Corporations Reject Microsoft XP|
"...a study in December found that 80 percent of companies still have some machines running Windows 95 or Windows 98...39 percent of desktops were running either Windows 95 or Windows 98."
|Apr 13, 2004|