This WEEK in GOOGLE 34
Guest: Tiffany Renee, Petaluma City Council
Recorded: March 20, 2010
Published: March 20, 2010
This WEEK in GOOGLE 34: Live from Googaluma
- Leo Laporte ( • )
- Gina Trapani ( • )
- Jeff Jarvis ( • )
- Tiffany Renee, Petaluma City Council
- Google launches the Google Apps Marketplace
- Google, At Last, Goes For Microsoft's Throat: Google creates app to migrate from Microsoft exchange
- Google Buzz on the decline. Leo seeing a decline in comments on Buzz and most posts are ported Twitter posts.
- Twitter launches @anywhere
- Namespace. Do you have your own name domain name like leolaporte.com or jeffjarvis.com?
- Nexus One now on AT&T, Rogers, Telus, and Bell. Sprint and Verizon coming soon.
- Can Apple multi task? Apple taking out of computer out of their range, says Leo.
- Palm Stock Falls After a Disappointing Forecast
- Windows Phone 7 Series has no multi-tasking or copy and paste. Also IE9 has a faster engine at MIX10.
- Financial details of YouTube deal out in Viacom suit.
- Google and Partners Seek Foothold in the Living Room. A Google TV box. Sony, Intel and Google.
- FCC broadband plan
- China doesn't need a politicized Google
- Google Fiber for Communities
- Gaga for Google: Communities compete for high-speed Internet
"We Do A Little Thing At The End"
- Gina's tip of the week:
- Jeff's stat of the week:
- Leo's tool of the week:
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- Edited by: Erik
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