Technology News Archive - April 11, 2007
Less than three years after going public, Google is confronting one of the more confounding consequences of its phenomenal success: a potential brain drain if its earliest -- and richest -- employees quit after cashing in options.
By Frank Witsil, Detroit Free Press Apr. 11--When Warren Mayor Mark Steenbergh wants to communicate directly with the city's 138,000 residents, he turns to the Internet. Steenbergh said he took a cue from business leaders and created a blog.
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Simulscribe BlackBerrys keep folks up-to-date - some might argue tethered - to their e-mails.
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