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Have you ever applied for a job and wondered why you didn't get it, even though you were qualified? According to a new survey, there's a good chance that the person doing the hiring found something about you online that they didn't like. The survey done by Microsoft found that 70 percent of HR professionals…

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As a number of people have already noted, Microsoft's release of Seadragon for the iPhone -- an image-viewing app based on the deep-zoom technology behind the software giant's Photosynth project -- doesn't just seem like an admission that the iPhone is better than any other mobile out there: Microsoft product manager Alex Daley comes right…

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It's not exactly a huge surprise, given the anti-trust brouhaha that the proposal caused in Washington, but Google formally announced that its search deal with Yahoo is over, kaput, deceased, pushing up the daisies -- it is an ex-agreement. It wasn't just the anti-trust concerns either; some advertisers were apparently worried about a lack of…

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So Microsoft seems to have finally woken up and decided to get serious about the Web -- or at least semi-serious -- by rolling out a cloud-computing platform called Azure and announcing the imminent arrival of Web-ized versions of its Office applications (my favourite response to these announcements came in a Twitter message from Sarah…

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I often think that Zoho doesn't get enough credit for the work it has done building a Web-based, Office-style suite of apps. As TechCrunch is reporting (and others have mentioned in the past), the company has launched an application marketplace where developers can host apps that they create with Zoho Creator, an Ajax-driven platform that…

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