5 Top Trends in Consumer-Based Internet Businesses for 2011

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Description: In 1995, when Amazon was founded, e-commerce was like the proverbial talking dog. It wasn’t about how well the dog could talk, it was amazing that the dog could talk at all. The first generation of e-commerce sites were focused on functionality, getting the dog to talk better. Source: NYTimes.com Date: Dec 3, 2010 Every… Read more »

Smartphones and Tablets to Take Over in 2011, Researchers Say

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Description: The research firm IDC predicts that in 2011, computing’s third major technology wave will become mainstream, when computers held in one’s hand — smartphones and tablets — really take over and start putting personal computers in the rearview mirror. Source: NYTimes.com Date: Dec 2, 2010 Next year, the research firm says in a report… Read more »

The Google-Apple-Facebook Battle

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Description: The battle for total world domination has moved well beyond the computer operating system, and even beyond the computer. The biggest contenders at the moment are Google ), Facebook and Apple. Source: Forbes.com Date: Nov 8, 2010 In the mid 1990s, when Microsoft seemed invincible, company leaders hung posters inside their offices with the letters “TWD” boldly emblazoned… Read more »