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Business Week: Technology


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Facebook: No. 1 Globally
The social network has vaulted over MySpace in worldwide audience growth, thanks to tools that translate content into many languages

Can Online Video Support Its Next Generation?
Video creators need to distribute, organize, and promote their content, and multiple startups are building on what YouTube already provides

Mozilla's Future Directions for the Web
Its R&D arm has a new initiative aimed at hatching design ideas

Business Tips for Late Facebook Arrivals
Choose your friends and photos carefully on social-networking sites, but by all means get on Facebook

Crying Foul over Online Junk Food Marketing
A new report focuses on advertising methods, such as through social networks, and urges lawmakers to restrict junk food advertising to kids online

Yahoo: Not So Private After All
Now you can opt out of its behaviorally targeted ads, but the search giant can still see what you're doing on its site

India: R&D Stronghold
With giants like Cisco and GE driving demand and staffed more by skilled expats, India's offshore R&D centers are booming, despite spiraling wages

Will Cisco Take on Google and Microsoft?
Cisco needs to redefine itself as a software company. But Google and Microsoft are way ahead in the "collaboration" game

AMD vs. Intel: The Challenger's New Plan
Struggling AMD may look to unload its chipmaking facilities to a partner to concentrate on battling the industry's giant

How to Make Money off Free iPhone Games
Illusion Labs, creator of the App Store hit Labyrinth, scores by producing a variation of the game as a marketing tool for a beer brand