China says suffers “massive” Internet spy damage

China says suffers “massive” Internet spy damage
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has suffered “massive” losses of state and military secrets through the Internet, a senior official said, urging sweeping controls and new security agencies to fight computer threats and uncensored news.[Lees verder]

Yahoo wins exclusive ad deal for Bebo UK, Ireland
LONDON (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc announced on Wednesday an exclusive partnership with Bebo to manage display advertising on the social networking Web site in Britain and Ireland, giving it access to more than 11 million sought-after users.[Lees verder]

Reed Elsevier arm launches free cancer Web portal
LONDON (Reuters) – Anglo-Dutch publisher Reed Elsevier has launched a free advertising-funded cancer Web site with its academic journals primarily targeting U.S. health care specialists and the fastest growing therapy area in the world.[Lees verder]

Google health exec Adam Bosworth to leave company
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Adam Bosworth, a pioneering software developer and the executive in charge of Google’s slow-to-materialize health-information push, has left the company to pursue other interests, Google said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Democrats go online for 2008 “mash-up”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2008 Democratic White House contenders go online on Thursday for what sponsors are calling the first presidential “mash-up” — a Web-based video forum that allows viewers to pick and choose what they want to see.[Lees verder]

Harnessing the Internet to reinvent democracy
BERLIN (Reuters) – No one could accuse management guru Don Tapscott of being unambitious. The co-author of best-seller “Wikinomics” wants to teach governments to harness the power of the Internet to reinvent democracy.[Lees verder]

AT&T plans edgy wireless ad campaign
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AT&T Inc said on Tuesday it was launching a new corporate advertising campaign, with ads designed to convey a younger, edgier style associated with wireless.[Lees verder]

NewsCorp won’t pull videos from iTunes
WARSAW (Reuters) – News Corp has no plans to pull its television shows from iTunes like NBC Universal, but echoed the media industry’s calls for Apple to offer more flexible pricing, a top executive said in an interview on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Nokia says maps service downloads hit one million
HELSINKI (Reuters) – The world’s top cellphone maker Nokia said on Tuesday its Nokia Maps application has been downloaded over a million times since its launch in February this year.[Lees verder]

China says suffers “massive” Internet spy damage
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has suffered “massive” losses of state and military secrets through the Internet, a senior official said, urging sweeping controls and new security agencies to fight computer threats and uncensored news.[Lees verder]

Yahoo wins exclusive ad deal for Bebo UK, Ireland
LONDON (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc announced on Wednesday an exclusive partnership with Bebo to manage display advertising on the social networking Web site in Britain and Ireland, giving it access to more than 11 million sought-after users.[Lees verder]

Reed Elsevier arm launches free cancer Web portal
LONDON (Reuters) – Anglo-Dutch publisher Reed Elsevier has launched a free advertising-funded cancer Web site with its academic journals primarily targeting U.S. health care specialists and the fastest growing therapy area in the world.[Lees verder]

Google health exec Adam Bosworth to leave company
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Adam Bosworth, a pioneering software developer and the executive in charge of Google’s slow-to-materialize health-information push, has left the company to pursue other interests, Google said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Democrats go online for 2008 “mash-up”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The 2008 Democratic White House contenders go online on Thursday for what sponsors are calling the first presidential “mash-up” — a Web-based video forum that allows viewers to pick and choose what they want to see.[Lees verder]

Harnessing the Internet to reinvent democracy
BERLIN (Reuters) – No one could accuse management guru Don Tapscott of being unambitious. The co-author of best-seller “Wikinomics” wants to teach governments to harness the power of the Internet to reinvent democracy.[Lees verder]

AT&T plans edgy wireless ad campaign
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AT&T Inc said on Tuesday it was launching a new corporate advertising campaign, with ads designed to convey a younger, edgier style associated with wireless.[Lees verder]

NewsCorp won’t pull videos from iTunes
WARSAW (Reuters) – News Corp has no plans to pull its television shows from iTunes like NBC Universal, but echoed the media industry’s calls for Apple to offer more flexible pricing, a top executive said in an interview on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Nokia says maps service downloads hit one million
HELSINKI (Reuters) – The world’s top cellphone maker Nokia said on Tuesday its Nokia Maps application has been downloaded over a million times since its launch in February this year.[Lees verder]

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