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Mayer Wins Concessions in Rejiggered Microsoft-Yahoo Deal


Microsoft and Yahoo on Thursday said they were altering a search partnership that has been in place since 2009. Under the amended agreement, Yahoo no longer will exclusively serve Bing ads and search results for its desktop traffic. That means Yahoo can sell some of that desktop traffic to another party. "Yahoo has an opportunity for greater revenue from the deal," said tech analyst Jim McGregor.
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IBM, Apple Deepen Their Mobile Enterprise Incursion


IBM and Apple have released an octet of iOS apps for the enterprise aimed at improving productivity in the healthcare, airline and insurance industries, and on the factory floor. The eight new apps are part of IBM's MobileFirst for iOS program, an offshoot of the alliance the companies forged last summer. This is the third batch of apps produced by IBM and Apple for the MobileFirst program.
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Re: Microsoft Sued Over Alleged Xbox 360 Glitch 3  bugmenotcom   2005-12-08 13:12:49 
Re: Panel Says Junkfood Ads Lead to Obesity in Children 2  brentoboy   2005-12-07 10:53:36 
Re: Group: Internet Content Cannot Remain Free 2  brentoboy   2005-12-07 10:34:38 
Re: The Future of Online Gambling 4  monique124   2005-12-03 13:36:54 
Re: The End of the CIO? 2  ephifer   2005-11-28 10:50:29 
Re: Did PayPal Kill Online Payment Systems? 5  surfe   2005-11-18 22:05:47 
Re: EBay Ends Fees in Bid to Attract Developers 2  Bidera   2005-11-16 04:21:11 
Re: Marks & Spencer Outsources to Amazon 3  Knot   2005-11-14 19:57:53 
Re: US Mandates More Security in Online Banking 2  UseMy   2005-11-13 06:09:39 
Re: CBS, NBC to Offer Television Shows on Demand 2  Peet   2005-11-08 14:36:55 
Re: Networks Offer 99 Cent Downloads of Prime-Time Shows 2  Scovetta   2005-11-08 12:40:04 
Re: US Trade Rep Calls China to Carpet for IP Law Violations 2  hansonjb   2005-10-31 21:41:09 
Re: Kozmo: A Tragic, Comic, Cautionary Tale 12  MarkIn410   2005-10-25 23:23:35 
Re: A Clash of Titans 2  holoman   2005-10-23 07:34:41 
Re: Turner Puts Vintage Game Titles Online 2  davidtb   2005-10-20 06:20:33 
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids 6  BillD   2005-10-13 17:39:26 
Re: The Future of 3D E-Commerce 3  godogo   2005-10-04 07:11:38 
I wonder if PRICE is the only thing to achieve customer's loyalty? 2  PriceComparis   2005-10-03 23:25:59 
Re: Google Quietly Launches Comparison Shopping Site 2  PriceComparis   2005-10-03 23:22:47 
New type of business management sofware will it change the world? 1  DynamoGenius   2005-10-01 21:40:21 

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