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Web behemoth Yahoo announced a new strategy at the MIXX Expo in New York on Tuesday morning. Or did they? Yahoo chief marketing officer Elisa Steel
iGoogle will be retired in 16 months, on November 1, 2013. The mobile version will be retired on July 31, 2012. How did you come to this decision? We originally launched iGoogle in 2005 before anyone
Please be kind.
I monitor complaints by Google users each day and I've never seen this many complaints about a Google decision before it was actually implemented until now. On Tuesday, right before people went home for the July 4th holiday...
According to recent reports, Google is axing a number of its platforms, including Google Video and iGoogle. While some of these platforms might have just
Google's start page service, iGoogle, is being retired this autumn. What are the alternatives?
Do you use iGoogle? I don't. I played around with it once. I dragged a few widgets around the screen and thought, that's kinda neat. Now, what was I searching for again?
We learned this week that Pageflakes is adding a social network, which seems to be the next evolution of the start page concept. Meanwhile, Facebook is looking increasingly like a startpage. We tho
Whether you use it to keep up to date on the latest news or as a launching point for the rest of your browsing, you want to find a solid start page to fit your surfing habits.