Monthly Archives: September 2009

Google Voice Comes Out of Beta

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks Recently, Google took its unified voice service, Google Voice, out of Beta and into invite. The service is likely be available to anyone in the US in a few weeks. Google Voice allows you to have one number ring on multiple devices, so you can have one number, at home, […]

The Rhetoric of Behavioral Targeting

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks In March, I wrote a piece about Google’s behavioral ad targeting and possible legislative action in the works to insure customers understood Google’s (and other advertiser’s) privacy policy. There is still not a bill on the table, but congressional hearings were held in mid-June and Rick Boucher (D-Va.) has been […]

Long Term Challenges Ahead for Broadband Technologies

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks As consumer demand for broadband Internet has grown exponentially, a few different technologies have risen up to meet the need. Each of these technologies has their own unique set of advantages and challenges. Consequently, there is no all-encompassing solution for the future of broadband. Let’s examine each of the current […]

Google Apps Goes for Businesses

by Mielle Sullivan, Janus Networks One of the bigger stories in the computer tech world for the last several weeks has been Google’s promotion of Google Apps as a business solution. Google Apps (Gmail, Google Docs etc.) have been available to the public, both for free and as a premium level service, since 2007. But […]