It’s Official: Jack Dorsey Steps Down as Twitter CEO

Jack Dorsey has stepped down as Twitter CEO and will be leaving the company within a few months.

Why Should You Use Mass Text Messaging Software?

Having the ability to communicate quickly, broadly, and thoroughly with anyone is a useful tool. When it comes down to it, using a communication method that can reach a large audience quickly with the guarantee that your messages won’t go…

Amazon Set to Pass UPS and FedEx as Largest US Delivery Service

Amazon is on the verge of a major milestone, as it closes in on UPS and FedEx as the largest US delivery service.

Raspberry Pi Plans to Go Public

Raspberry Pi is preparing for a public listing, capping the remarkable journey of what started as a way for students to learn computing.

Google, Yahoo Protest Australian Internet Filter

Google and Yahoo have stepped up their opposition to a proposed Internet filter meant to protect children in Australia.  Together, the two companies joined the Australian Library and Information Association and the Inspire Foundation, and set out some "Core Principles for Effective Action for a Safer Internet."

Netflix Scores High In Customer Satisfaction

Customer satisfaction with ecommerce websites has rebounded a year after experiencing its first decline since 2004, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).

The e-commerce sector gained 1.8% to 81.4 on ACSI’s 100-point scale, nearly matching its all-time high of 81.6 set in 2007.

Vodafone CEO Warns Of Google Dominance

The world’s second largest mobile operator is not pleased with Google’s dominance in the search and advertising market.  In fact, Vodafone’s CEO implied in a recent speech that regulators might want to act sooner rather than later to prevent an irreversible monopoly from forming.

Google Again Linked To Australian Data Center Plans

The rumor that Google might build a data center in Australia has been circulating for some time; our first report on the subject was written in October of 2008.  Now, although construction crews haven’t exactly been mobilized, there’s at least been a sign that Google hasn’t given up on the idea.