Disney launches UK kids portal, Europe to follow

Disney launches UK kids portal, Europe to follow
LONDON (Reuters) – Entertainment group Walt Disney’s Internet arm said on Thursday it was about to launch a UK portal aimed at young adults showcasing its games, films, music and social networking assets in one British Web site.[Lees verder]

EU executive stays above online music rights fray
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission said it has no date for reviewing its voluntary guidelines on managing online music rights despite new calls on Thursday for a mandatory shake-up of the system.[Lees verder]

Keith Richards reissues rare single on iTunes
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is reissuing his 1978 solo single “Run Rudolph Run” on iTunes just in time for the holidays, his spokeswoman said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

JetBlue, Yahoo, Rim plan free in-flight Wi-Fi
NEW YORK (Reuters) – JetBlue, Yahoo Inc and Research in Motion plan to offer free, in-flight, Wi-Fi web connections for laptop computers and advanced cell phones, Rim said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Politician files Wikipedia charge over Nazi symbols
BERLIN (Reuters) – A left-wing German politician has filed charges against online encyclopedia Wikipedia for promoting the use of banned Nazi symbols in Germany.[Lees verder]

Online matchmaker prays for love at Japan shrine
TOKYO (Reuters) – It isn’t quite a match made in heaven, but a U.S.-based online dating company turned to ritual prayers and a Shinto priest to help boost its business in Japan.[Lees verder]

Disney launches UK kids portal, Europe to follow
LONDON (Reuters) – Entertainment group Walt Disney’s Internet arm said on Thursday it was about to launch a UK portal aimed at young adults showcasing its games, films, music and social networking assets in one British Web site.[Lees verder]

EU executive stays above online music rights fray
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission said it has no date for reviewing its voluntary guidelines on managing online music rights despite new calls on Thursday for a mandatory shake-up of the system.[Lees verder]

Keith Richards reissues rare single on iTunes
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is reissuing his 1978 solo single “Run Rudolph Run” on iTunes just in time for the holidays, his spokeswoman said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

JetBlue, Yahoo, Rim plan free in-flight Wi-Fi
NEW YORK (Reuters) – JetBlue, Yahoo Inc and Research in Motion plan to offer free, in-flight, Wi-Fi web connections for laptop computers and advanced cell phones, Rim said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Politician files Wikipedia charge over Nazi symbols
BERLIN (Reuters) – A left-wing German politician has filed charges against online encyclopedia Wikipedia for promoting the use of banned Nazi symbols in Germany.[Lees verder]

Online matchmaker prays for love at Japan shrine
TOKYO (Reuters) – It isn’t quite a match made in heaven, but a U.S.-based online dating company turned to ritual prayers and a Shinto priest to help boost its business in Japan.[Lees verder]

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