Opera Software chooses Google as search partner|
Norwegian Opera Software has agreed that Google Inc. will be the default partner for its mobile Internet browsers, Opera said on Thursday.
"Google will be the default search partner for the mobile browsers: Opera Mobile and Opera Mini," Opera Software ASA said in a statement. "Under the one-year contract, Opera will make Google Search a major part of the browsers home screen."
Oslo-based Opera Software is a tiny competitor of Microsoft in the Internet browser market, but the fast-growing part of its business is in browsers for mobile phones and other mobile electronic devices.
Comodo Offers Free Services to Stem Fraud Attacks|
Comodo Inc., a provider of identity and trust assurance management solutions, today announced an initiative aimed at helping charitable organizations protect their donors from website data theft and online fraud.
AT&T Enhances BusinessDirect Portal
AT&T Inc. today announced enhancements to its industry-leading customer portal, AT&T BusinessDirect, that expand global visibility into business customers' network operations and improve service and support capabilities with new online collaboration tools.
PlateSpin Announces Support for Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2
PlateSpin PowerConvert 5.2 is Generally Available with Enhanced Support for Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 and Symantec LiveState 6.
Apple Presents New Macs Using Intel Chips
With its decision to use Intel Corp. microprocessors, Apple Computer Inc. is poised for the first time in decades to boost its share of the desktop PC market.
High Court Refuses Date with Spammer
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear an appeal in the case of an online-dating service that claimed the University of Texas violated its first-amendment rights when the school blocked thousands of unsolicited e-mails sent to student accounts.
Oracle, Sun chiefs take the stage together
Redwood Shores, Calif. -- If there was one key message at a public summit meeting of sorts between the chief executives of Sun Microsystems and Oracle on Tuesday, it was that the companies have been and will continue to be partners.
IBM, HP, Sun Show Unity In One Way: Belief In Unix
Don't write off the Unix server market just yet.
DomainMart Finds Price Inefficiencies in Domain Name Markets
DomainMart, a leading provider of quantitative and analytical domain-name services, outlined today the first domain name study on sale price differences between marketplaces.
Linksys Wireless-G USB Network Adapter with Wi-Fi Finder
Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past few years, you know that wireless Internet is everywhere -- in hotels, coffee shops, airport lounges, and even at the park.
Online shoppers turn to Google for search: report
Online shoppers picked Google Inc. as their search engine of choice this December while making their holiday Web purchases, according to a report issued on Wednesday.