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Lijit Launches Publisher Ad Network

Lijit, a Boulder, Colorado based start-up launched its publisher ad network today, targeting blog publishers and offering contextual advertising against search results that use Lijit’s technologies.

Google Chrome: One Month Later

A month after its launch, Google’s much talked about browser, Chrome seems to have seen a slow decline in usage according to some reports. It now accounts for 5.6% of all visits to this blog, though the number varies for our other blogs, indicating that Chrome is still an early adopter phenomenon.

Imperium Renewables 'Royally' Screwed?

One year after the vaunted opening of its 100-million-gallon-a-year, $78 million biodiesel plant at the Port of Grays Harbor, Imperium Renewables has…

SunPower Soaring on Huge PG&E Solar Deal

PG&E’s massive 800 MW solar deal isn’t just good for Cali’s carbon emissions, the solar industry and the planet — its good for SunPower’s stock, too. SunPower is going to supply solar power to PG&E.

What Is Google?

Google CEO Eric Schmidt chats with PBS’ Charlie Rose and talked about the company. Just one bit which stands out…. The primary…

Events On Demand

If we can have video on demand, pizza on demand, why not events on demand. Business 2 Blog reports that EVDB-powered Eventful…

In Storage, Apple is Shining

Given the stunning growth of iPod phenomenon and general good fiscal health of Apple, it is easy to overlook some of the…

Bush: lets tax WiFi

President George W.Bush is proposing a tax on WiFi and other unlicensed technologies as a way to get some cash into the…

Echostar, Liberty Media Back Sling

Sling Media has raised $46.6 Million in funding from Goldman, Sachs & Co., John Malone’s Liberty Media Corporation and Echostar Communications and…