Amazon, Google, L’Oréal and Gucci have applied for basic Internet domain names like .blog, .book, .music and .beauty. In some cases, they don’t intend to share. Unless you use Google’s Blogger service, for instance, you won’t be able to get your-name.blog. Google aims to own that domain and every address in it.
IBM announced on Wednesday that it has been awarded a two-year, nine-month contract to continue providing cloud services to the U.S. Army. The $135 million contract is a follow-up from the previous agreement IBM signed with the U.S. Army’s Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) in September 2012. Under the previous contract, IBM said it helped the… Read more »
Since we launched last100 (a Read/WriteWeb network blog) just over eight weeks ago, I’ve been obsessively trying out every Internet TV application that I can get my hands on. Here’s a quick recap of the Internet TV apps we’ve profiled so far. And if you enjoy this post, make sure you subscribe to the last100 RSS feed! Note…