Wednesday Web 2.0 Expo
Silicon Valley teenager pitching her third tech start-up | abc7n SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Diane Keng was working the expo floor Wednesday at the Web 2.0 Expo at Moscone West. She is the co-founder and marketing chief for the latest Silicon Valley start-up, housed in a garage in Cupertino.
Web 2.0 Expo: A Look At The Future Of Web Browsers, From The Guy The Web 2.0 Expo is in full swing in San Francisco, CA. One of the more interesting panels to take place earlier today was called What to Expect from Browsers in the Next Five Years.
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There's nothing unusual about seeing TV cameras on the expo floor of a trade show like Web 2.0 Expo. Has a "dot-com" changed your world? The Internet wants to know h
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Jared Friedman, cofounder and CTO of Scribd–the site that lets anyone upload almost any document and publish it to the Web–was among the last keynote speakers at the Web 2.0 Conference in San Francisco today. And he had big news (teased yesterday on TechCrunch): Scribd is dumping Flash and converting the millions of documents it hosts to HTML5. I spoke with Friedman today, and he went to pains to emphasize that Scribd isn’t run by Flash haters. Scribd: Goodbye Flash, Hello HTML5 (and Google Docs)
This morning during his keynote talk at Web 2.0 Expo, Tim O’Reilly took a look at the State of the Internet Operating System — a term he uses to describe the intertwined web services like search, the social graph, and payments systems that power applications on the web (and increasingly, mobile devices). Tim O’Reilly: Steve Jobs Is Trying To Build A Fundamental Challe
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