Cuba blocks access to top Cuban blog

Cuba blocks access to top Cuban blog
HAVANA (Reuters) – The Cuban authorities have blocked access from Cuba to the country’s most-read blogger, Yoani Sanchez, she said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Google unveils “white space” airwaves plans
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc on Monday unveiled plans for a new generation of wireless devices to operate on soon-to-be-vacant television airwaves, and sought to alleviate fears that this might interfere with TV broadcasts or wireless microphones.[Lees verder]

Reclusive Bhutan uneasy as Internet pushes edge
THIMPU (Reuters) – As the reclusive Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan opens up gradually to the outside world and embraces democracy, it is finding the freedoms of the Internet both exciting and dangerous.[Lees verder]

Turkey blocks Web site over insults to Ataturk
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The Turkish government has been blocking access nationwide to Slide Inc and its popular multimedia Web software after a local court ruled the site let users post photos and stories insulting the Turkish republic’s founder, the company said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Sony enhances Blu-ray offerings
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is targeting April 8 as the date it will release its first batch of Blu-ray Disc titles that can be connected to the Internet for more bonus materials and features.[Lees verder]

Israeli singer embraces Britney, Apple for success
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Folksy French-Israeli singer Yael Naim found commercial success after her song “New Soul” played in Apple’s MacBook Air laptop ads, pushing the song to No. 7 on U.S. music chart Billboard’s Hot 100.[Lees verder]

Cuba blocks access to top Cuban blog
HAVANA (Reuters) – The Cuban authorities have blocked access from Cuba to the country’s most-read blogger, Yoani Sanchez, she said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Google unveils “white space” airwaves plans
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc on Monday unveiled plans for a new generation of wireless devices to operate on soon-to-be-vacant television airwaves, and sought to alleviate fears that this might interfere with TV broadcasts or wireless microphones.[Lees verder]

Reclusive Bhutan uneasy as Internet pushes edge
THIMPU (Reuters) – As the reclusive Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan opens up gradually to the outside world and embraces democracy, it is finding the freedoms of the Internet both exciting and dangerous.[Lees verder]

Turkey blocks Web site over insults to Ataturk
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The Turkish government has been blocking access nationwide to Slide Inc and its popular multimedia Web software after a local court ruled the site let users post photos and stories insulting the Turkish republic’s founder, the company said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Sony enhances Blu-ray offerings
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is targeting April 8 as the date it will release its first batch of Blu-ray Disc titles that can be connected to the Internet for more bonus materials and features.[Lees verder]

Israeli singer embraces Britney, Apple for success
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Folksy French-Israeli singer Yael Naim found commercial success after her song “New Soul” played in Apple’s MacBook Air laptop ads, pushing the song to No. 7 on U.S. music chart Billboard’s Hot 100.[Lees verder]

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