AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news

AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc. plans to launch a test of its overhauled news portal on Tuesday, drawing influences from the uncluttered design of popular Internet blogs.[Lees verder]

Dassault unveils 3D Internet software
PARIS (Reuters) – French software company Dassault Systemes on Tuesday unveiled 3DVIA, a new platform allowing consumer and professional users to access three-dimensional services online.[Lees verder]

Bloggers get Sci Fi access
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sci Fi Channel is using the viral power of blogging to promote its fall lineup of programming.[Lees verder]

Computers read news, and trade on it quickly
NEW YORK (Reuters) – It takes a person about 10 minutes to read a 2,500-word, front-page feature story in the Wall Street Journal. Computer programs increasingly being used by investors to parse news stories can process one in about three one-hundredths of a second.[Lees verder]

Buffett charity lunch auction gets start
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Lunch with Warren Buffett will again prove a costly feast.[Lees verder]

Web radio stations set for “Day of Silence” protest
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Web radio broadcasters across the United States were preparing for a ‘Day of Silence’ on June 26 to protest the U.S. government’s plans to boost royalty payments to artists and record companies by more than 300 percent, when their music is played online.[Lees verder]

Time Inc. uses Quigo for online text ads
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time magazine publisher Time Inc. said on Monday that it is using technology developed by online advertising company Quigo to provide text-based advertising on its magazines’ Web sites.[Lees verder]

Google seeks to extend Microsoft antitrust decree
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Google Inc. asked a federal judge on Monday to extend the consent decree that settled the landmark antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. in order to address competition concerns involving the Windows Vista operating system.[Lees verder]

With hype high, iPhone may have to fight a flop
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Not since Alexander Graham Bell has so much attention been lavished on a phone.[Lees verder]

U.N. broadcasting treaty talks suffer setback
GENEVA (Reuters) – Efforts to clinch a long-sought international broadcasting treaty have suffered a setback from lingering disagreements over signal piracy and the Internet, a top U.N. official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

AOL takes page from blogs, relaunches news
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Warner Inc. plans to launch a test of its overhauled news portal on Tuesday, drawing influences from the uncluttered design of popular Internet blogs.[Lees verder]

Dassault unveils 3D Internet software
PARIS (Reuters) – French software company Dassault Systemes on Tuesday unveiled 3DVIA, a new platform allowing consumer and professional users to access three-dimensional services online.[Lees verder]

Bloggers get Sci Fi access
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sci Fi Channel is using the viral power of blogging to promote its fall lineup of programming.[Lees verder]

Computers read news, and trade on it quickly
NEW YORK (Reuters) – It takes a person about 10 minutes to read a 2,500-word, front-page feature story in the Wall Street Journal. Computer programs increasingly being used by investors to parse news stories can process one in about three one-hundredths of a second.[Lees verder]

Buffett charity lunch auction gets start
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Lunch with Warren Buffett will again prove a costly feast.[Lees verder]

Web radio stations set for “Day of Silence” protest
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Web radio broadcasters across the United States were preparing for a ‘Day of Silence’ on June 26 to protest the U.S. government’s plans to boost royalty payments to artists and record companies by more than 300 percent, when their music is played online.[Lees verder]

Time Inc. uses Quigo for online text ads
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time magazine publisher Time Inc. said on Monday that it is using technology developed by online advertising company Quigo to provide text-based advertising on its magazines’ Web sites.[Lees verder]

Google seeks to extend Microsoft antitrust decree
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Google Inc. asked a federal judge on Monday to extend the consent decree that settled the landmark antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. in order to address competition concerns involving the Windows Vista operating system.[Lees verder]

With hype high, iPhone may have to fight a flop
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Not since Alexander Graham Bell has so much attention been lavished on a phone.[Lees verder]

U.N. broadcasting treaty talks suffer setback
GENEVA (Reuters) – Efforts to clinch a long-sought international broadcasting treaty have suffered a setback from lingering disagreements over signal piracy and the Internet, a top U.N. official said on Monday.[Lees verder]

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