AOL launches video portal in India, Taiwan, Canada

AOL launches video portal in India, Taiwan, Canada
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc’s AOL Internet division will launch versions of its video service in Canada, India and Taiwan on Thursday as part of an aggressive global expansion.[Lees verder]

ABC soups up online video player
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – ABC.com is souping up its full-episode broadband player with new features for the fall.[Lees verder]

Lawmaker questions Google over privacy practices
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top Republican on the U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee asked Google chief executive Eric Schmidt on Wednesday to detail the search engine’s privacy practices since it acquired rival DoubleClick.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to offer money for search engine use
REDMOND, Washington (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it launched a new “cashback” search service that pays users a rebate for buying products they found through the company’s Windows Live search engine.[Lees verder]

Mobile ads years away from breakthrough: execs
PARIS (Reuters) – Advertising on mobile phones has enormous potential to become a significant platform for marketers, but any breakthrough is years away and major operators must work together to succeed, executives said.[Lees verder]

Europe media groups need social networks: investor
PARIS (Reuters) – Traditional European media companies expert in selling advertising should snap up online groups such as social networks aggressively to gain audience and an international outlook, a leading Internet investor said.[Lees verder]

CBS launches ad network focused on college sports
CHICAGO (Reuters) – CBS Corp on Wednesday announced the launch of an online ad network focused on college sports, in a move to entice media buyers to spend more money with the television broadcaster by offering them a way to more effectively target young, male fans.[Lees verder]

McAfee likes small, not big, deals
NEW YORK (Reuters) – McAfee Inc, the No. 2 security software maker, likes small and medium-sized acquisitions of up to about $350 million and sees no need for a transformative deal to challenge larger rival Symantec Corp.[Lees verder]

Microsoft not bidding to buy Yahoo: CEO Ballmer
HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp is not looking to bid to buy all of Yahoo Inc but is in talks about other types of deals with the U.S. No. 2 search engine, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

AOL launches video portal in India, Taiwan, Canada
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc’s AOL Internet division will launch versions of its video service in Canada, India and Taiwan on Thursday as part of an aggressive global expansion.[Lees verder]

ABC soups up online video player
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – ABC.com is souping up its full-episode broadband player with new features for the fall.[Lees verder]

Lawmaker questions Google over privacy practices
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top Republican on the U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee asked Google chief executive Eric Schmidt on Wednesday to detail the search engine’s privacy practices since it acquired rival DoubleClick.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to offer money for search engine use
REDMOND, Washington (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it launched a new “cashback” search service that pays users a rebate for buying products they found through the company’s Windows Live search engine.[Lees verder]

Mobile ads years away from breakthrough: execs
PARIS (Reuters) – Advertising on mobile phones has enormous potential to become a significant platform for marketers, but any breakthrough is years away and major operators must work together to succeed, executives said.[Lees verder]

Europe media groups need social networks: investor
PARIS (Reuters) – Traditional European media companies expert in selling advertising should snap up online groups such as social networks aggressively to gain audience and an international outlook, a leading Internet investor said.[Lees verder]

CBS launches ad network focused on college sports
CHICAGO (Reuters) – CBS Corp on Wednesday announced the launch of an online ad network focused on college sports, in a move to entice media buyers to spend more money with the television broadcaster by offering them a way to more effectively target young, male fans.[Lees verder]

McAfee likes small, not big, deals
NEW YORK (Reuters) – McAfee Inc, the No. 2 security software maker, likes small and medium-sized acquisitions of up to about $350 million and sees no need for a transformative deal to challenge larger rival Symantec Corp.[Lees verder]

Microsoft not bidding to buy Yahoo: CEO Ballmer
HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp is not looking to bid to buy all of Yahoo Inc but is in talks about other types of deals with the U.S. No. 2 search engine, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

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