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Google points to VW.com over cloaking

2007

Volkswagen's US marketing web team has made changes to the way its pages are constructed following an intervention from Google. VW.com had been featured by Google's Enterprise blog last week for...

Yahoo! intros content separation tag

2007

Yahoo! has introduced a new tag that lets site owners make their core content more visible in search results. The robots-nocontent tag allows webmasters to define areas of a page that are merely...

O'Reilly reverses call for blog code of conduct

2007

Praise be! Tim O’Reilly, aka the man who coined the term ‘Web 2.0’, appears to have decided to drop plans for a blogger code of conduct that he proposed as recently as last week. Speaking to...

BBC to put its entire archive online

2007

The BBC is planning to make its entire archive available to watch, listen to and download online, in a scheme expected to be announced by the corporation later this week. The proposals will give...

Businesses concerned over Web 2.0

2007

Two bits of research have highlighted caution among businesses towards so-called Web 2.0 applications like blogs and wikis, as well as fears that confidential information could be leaked by...

Amazon kills Statsaholic, but does Jeff know?

2007

Statsaholic, the Alexa-powered traffic tool formerly known as Alexaholic, is being systematically crushed by Amazon in a move that is going to create a wave of negative PR for the online retail...

Viacom sues Google for $1bn

2007

Viacom has sued Google for $1bn (£517m) over what it claims is "massive intentional copyright infringement" on YouTube and has asked for an injunction to stop any more of its videos being uploaded...

SplashPress buys Tubetorial and Cutline theme

2007

London-based blog agency Splashpress has acquired web video tutorial site Tubetorial as it continues to augment its blog community offerings. As well as snapping up Tubetorial from social media...

BitTorrent to sell movie and TV downloads

2007

BitTorrent, makers of P2P software often used to trade pirated movies, has launched a site which will sell legal downloads of movies and TV shows. The BitTorrent Entertainment Network is set to...

Viacom close to licensing deal with Joost

2007

Joost, the P2P internet TV service, is said to be close to securing a content deal with Viacom, the parent company of MTV and Comedy Central. Two weeks ago, Viacom demanded the removal of...

MySpace to test video filtering

2007

MySpace is experimenting with a content-filtering system in a bid to prevent the site's members from uploading videos containing copyrighted material. News Corp's popular social network will use...

Last.fm signs deal with Warner Music

2007

Last.fm has teamed up with Warner Music Group in its first deal with a major music company. The agreement will see Warner's music catalogue made available to the Last.fm's listeners. It will...

Wikio raises £2.7 million in VC funding

2007

Wikio, a European social bookmarking site, has received almost £2.7 million in a Series A round of funding led by Lightspeed venture Partners and Gemini Israel Funds. Wikio originally launched...

StumbleUpon launches video service

2006

StumbleUpon yesterday announced the launch of a new video service that will offer viewers a selection of videos from YouTube, Google Video and MySpace, based on their personal preferences. ...

Wikia launches free wiki tools

2006

Wikia , the commercial offshoot of Wikipedia, has launched a range of free tools for bloggers and publishers that want to build collaborative features into their sites. The service, called...

Yahoo and Reuters team up on user-generated video

2006

In a bid to turn the general public into amateur reporters, Yahoo! and Reuters have teamed up allow users to upload their photos and videos for use on their news sites. From tomorrow,...

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