Cancer group asks women to be brazen online

Cancer group asks women to be brazen online
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian women are being asked to bare their breasts online in a brazenly novel campaign meant to keep them cancer-free.[Lees verder]

Amazon to sell Sony BMG songs free of copy curbs
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online retailer Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday its digital music store will now offer songs from Sony BMG Music Entertainment without copy-protection technology, or digital rights management.[Lees verder]

Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – As the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas winds down to lackluster reviews, Apple is expected to grab the spotlight with an ultra-slim laptop computer and online movie rentals at its biggest annual show next week.[Lees verder]

UK online ticket touts told to “clean up act”
LONDON (Reuters) – The 1 billion pound ($2 billion) industry for reselling sports, concert and theatre tickets in Britain must “clean up its act,” but should not be banned, an influential group of legislators said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Cancer group asks women to be brazen online
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canadian women are being asked to bare their breasts online in a brazenly novel campaign meant to keep them cancer-free.[Lees verder]

Amazon to sell Sony BMG songs free of copy curbs
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online retailer Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday its digital music store will now offer songs from Sony BMG Music Entertainment without copy-protection technology, or digital rights management.[Lees verder]

Slim Apple laptop expected at Macworld
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – As the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas winds down to lackluster reviews, Apple is expected to grab the spotlight with an ultra-slim laptop computer and online movie rentals at its biggest annual show next week.[Lees verder]

UK online ticket touts told to “clean up act”
LONDON (Reuters) – The 1 billion pound ($2 billion) industry for reselling sports, concert and theatre tickets in Britain must “clean up its act,” but should not be banned, an influential group of legislators said on Thursday.[Lees verder]