As always, here are the weekly wrapup stories from 22nd-28th February, 2009 in whatever happened in Web, technology and few more interesting stuff.

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So last week’s happenings are as follows:

  • Nokia considering entry into Laptop Industry: The world’s top cellphone maker Nokia is eyeing to enter the laptop business, its Chief Executive Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said in an interview to Finnish national broadcaster YLE on Wednesday via Reuters.
  • Gmail fails, Users dub it as “GFail” across the Web Twitterverse: On 24th, Gmail suffered through a major outage at around 9:30 am GMT. It lasted about 2 and a half hours but twitterverse erupted dubbing gmail’s failure as GFAIL. (Read more here & here)
  • IDC states the obvious, online ad spending set to drop: The market intelligence firm says U.S. online ad spending will fall this quarter for the first time since 2001. (See NetworkWorld for more) So is this just a start to the spiraling effect?
  • 25 Most valuable blogs: It’s worth a read since it digs into the financial turnover of major blogs of the world including Gawker, Huffington Post, TechCrunch etc. via 24X7 Wall St.
  • Yahoo! India R&D head quits: Search engine major Yahoo! India research & development (R&D) unit’s CEO Sharad Sharma is quitting via Economic Times
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Next week, blogging will be bit less than usual since I’ll be travelling to Delhi for a short business trip. So if you’re around do drop me a mail or call me if we can meet!

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