Baby questions? Check the Net for answers

Baby questions? Check the Net for answers
NEW YORK (Reuters) – No more waking up your mother in the middle of the night to ask what to do with your bawling baby.[Lees verder]

“Daily Show,” “Silverman” getting new Web sites
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – A new hub for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” headlines a slate of two-dozen targeted Web sites that Viacom’s MTV Networks will launch by the first quarter.[Lees verder]

Shutterfly to stay independent, eyes acquisitions
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online photo-sharing company Shutterfly Inc is eyeing acquisitions outside the photo arena, and expects to remain independent despite increasingly tough competition as the industry consolidates.[Lees verder]

Britain to review video game, Web laws for young
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s government said on Thursday it had launched an inquiry to see what new legal measures may be required to protect children from the impact of violent video games and Web pornography.[Lees verder]

Lord British returns with blank slate
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters Life!) – Lord British is back, only this time he’s wielding an energy cannon instead of a sword. Oh, and you can call him General British now.[Lees verder]

Apple seeks to calm irate early iPhone buyers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc Chief Executive Steve Jobs on Thursday offered a $100 store credit to early buyers of the iPhone, seeking to calm customers angry over an unexpected and steep price cut.[Lees verder]

Warner shows to appear on ABC broadband player
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Walt Disney Co’s ABC television network and Warner Bros announced an experimental deal on Thursday for four Warner-produced ABC shows to appear on ABC’s Web-based broadband media player.[Lees verder]

Justice Dept wary of “net neutrality” proposals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Antitrust authorities at the U.S. Justice Department on Thursday warned regulators against imposing “network neutrality” regulations that would bar broadband Internet service companies from charging extra to some content providers.[Lees verder]

U.N. targets Africa with online “bazaar” for carbon
LONDON (Reuters) – United Nations environment agencies have launched a virtual marketplace to bring together buyers and sellers of carbon offsets in rich and poor countries.[Lees verder]

Baby questions? Check the Net for answers
NEW YORK (Reuters) – No more waking up your mother in the middle of the night to ask what to do with your bawling baby.[Lees verder]

“Daily Show,” “Silverman” getting new Web sites
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – A new hub for Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” headlines a slate of two-dozen targeted Web sites that Viacom’s MTV Networks will launch by the first quarter.[Lees verder]

Shutterfly to stay independent, eyes acquisitions
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online photo-sharing company Shutterfly Inc is eyeing acquisitions outside the photo arena, and expects to remain independent despite increasingly tough competition as the industry consolidates.[Lees verder]

Britain to review video game, Web laws for young
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s government said on Thursday it had launched an inquiry to see what new legal measures may be required to protect children from the impact of violent video games and Web pornography.[Lees verder]

Lord British returns with blank slate
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters Life!) – Lord British is back, only this time he’s wielding an energy cannon instead of a sword. Oh, and you can call him General British now.[Lees verder]

Apple seeks to calm irate early iPhone buyers
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc Chief Executive Steve Jobs on Thursday offered a $100 store credit to early buyers of the iPhone, seeking to calm customers angry over an unexpected and steep price cut.[Lees verder]

Warner shows to appear on ABC broadband player
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Walt Disney Co’s ABC television network and Warner Bros announced an experimental deal on Thursday for four Warner-produced ABC shows to appear on ABC’s Web-based broadband media player.[Lees verder]

Justice Dept wary of “net neutrality” proposals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Antitrust authorities at the U.S. Justice Department on Thursday warned regulators against imposing “network neutrality” regulations that would bar broadband Internet service companies from charging extra to some content providers.[Lees verder]

U.N. targets Africa with online “bazaar” for carbon
LONDON (Reuters) – United Nations environment agencies have launched a virtual marketplace to bring together buyers and sellers of carbon offsets in rich and poor countries.[Lees verder]