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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: Heavy-Duty Database Showdown: The Microsoft Challenge 2  klight   2003-07-30 11:09:20 
Re: E-Commerce Record Breakers 3  kvallee   2003-07-28 14:09:43 
Re: Oracle Taps Sun To Challenge Microsoft 2  bazzacoidan   2003-07-28 12:36:23 
Re: Georgia Provides High-Speed Internet to Rural Areas 4  lmbradberry   2003-07-27 08:41:14 
Re: Restaurant.com Finds Right Recipe for Online Success 2  chengsir   2003-07-24 11:30:36 
Re: Intel and Webvan: A Tale of Two Anniversaries 2  sanlass   2003-07-24 11:08:54 
Re: Cashing In on eBay Boom 2  sellhollywood   2003-07-22 00:54:10 
Re: Dot-Coms Choose Their Partners 2  kristathomas   2003-07-21 19:17:26 
Re: E*Trade Stays Busy, Invests in LoanCity.com 2  acquicap   2003-07-17 13:48:31 
Re: Probing the IT Skills Shortage 6  5555ever   2003-07-17 12:04:30 
Re: Silicon Insider: The Bangalore Backlash 6  nige   2003-07-17 01:39:02 
Re: Class Action Litigators Stalking Dot-Coms 2  ladylonglegs   2003-07-16 18:32:04 
Re: High-Tech Workers Fight New Threat of Foreign Replacements 7  rogerof   2003-07-16 14:13:14 
Re: Buy.com Hit with Shareholder Lawsuits 2  midge314   2003-07-15 13:01:39 
Re: Bill Would Let Copyright Owners Infiltrate File-Swapping Services 4  LizzieMarion   2003-07-11 12:52:41 
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less? 8  mrvietnam   2003-07-06 19:49:12 
Re: Music Industry Must Embrace the Net 2  wildestarr   2003-07-05 11:10:08 
Re: Best Firewalls for Big Enterprises 2  Pappy_SC   2003-07-04 05:32:06 
Re: Google's Brave New World 2  piparo   2003-06-27 21:43:56 
Re: Music Biz Declares War on File Sharers 2  awesomeed   2003-06-27 02:24:43 

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