China’s Baidu sets up online music partnership

China’s Baidu sets up online music partnership
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese Web search leader Baidu.com Inc. has set up a partnership with popular Chinese-language record label Rock Music Groupto provide an online music streaming service.[Lees verder]

“Stargate” star serves “Breakfast” online
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – MGM is giving a new film an online debut, making “A Dog’s Breakfast” available on iTunes and Amazon’s Unbox on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

UK-based trio admit inciting terrorism over Web
LONDON (Reuters) – Three men said to be linked to al Qaeda, including one using an Arabic name meaning “Terrorist 007”, have admitted inciting terrorism over the Internet in the first case of its kind in Britain, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Risque EU defends Internet orgasm clip
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Talk of monetary union and wine quotas gave way to controversy over orgasms and innuendo at the European Commission on Wednesday as it defended a risque Internet video clip highlighting its backing for European cinema.[Lees verder]

RIM wins permission to sell in China: paper
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Research In Motion Ltd. has won permission to sell its BlackBerry device in China after eight years of effort, the Globe and Mail newspaper said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

China’s Baidu sets up online music partnership
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese Web search leader Baidu.com Inc. has set up a partnership with popular Chinese-language record label Rock Music Groupto provide an online music streaming service.[Lees verder]

“Stargate” star serves “Breakfast” online
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – MGM is giving a new film an online debut, making “A Dog’s Breakfast” available on iTunes and Amazon’s Unbox on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

UK-based trio admit inciting terrorism over Web
LONDON (Reuters) – Three men said to be linked to al Qaeda, including one using an Arabic name meaning “Terrorist 007”, have admitted inciting terrorism over the Internet in the first case of its kind in Britain, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Risque EU defends Internet orgasm clip
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Talk of monetary union and wine quotas gave way to controversy over orgasms and innuendo at the European Commission on Wednesday as it defended a risque Internet video clip highlighting its backing for European cinema.[Lees verder]

RIM wins permission to sell in China: paper
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Research In Motion Ltd. has won permission to sell its BlackBerry device in China after eight years of effort, the Globe and Mail newspaper said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]