Drawings of new U.S. Embassy in Iraq released on Web

Drawings of new U.S. Embassy in Iraq released on Web
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. architectural firm posted drawings of the new U.S. Embassy being built in Baghdad on its Web site, prompting complaints from U.S. officials on Friday that their release could endanger U.S. personnel.[Lees verder]

Kids socialize in a virtual world as avatars
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Children have always enjoyed make-believe. Now, some new Web sites are letting them live out their fantasies in virtual worlds using self-designed avatars.[Lees verder]

Beatles online deal seen for 2008: Harrison widow
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Beatles fans will probably have to wait until next year before they can buy the Fab Four’s tunes from online retailers such as Apple Inc.’s iTunes store, George Harrison’s widow said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Google acquires Web media distributor Feedburner
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. said on Friday it is acquiring Feedburner Inc., bolstering the Internet advertising leader’s capacity to distribute both media and advertising to blogs via Web syndication technology.[Lees verder]

Prince next single free to mobile phone listeners
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rock star Prince is giving away the first single from his upcoming album “Planet Earth,” which is due out in weeks, to mobile phone users.[Lees verder]

Court says Internet phones must pay into fund
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld an order by U.S. regulators requiring Internet telephone services like Vonage Holdings Corp. to contribute part of their revenues into a federal subsidy fund.[Lees verder]

Kazakhs shower president with cryptic questions
ALMATY (Reuters) – He may be experienced at fielding questions on geopolitics but when the Kazakh president logs on next week for his first Internet news conference he will have to tackle some more bizarre matters.[Lees verder]

Drawings of new U.S. Embassy in Iraq released on Web
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. architectural firm posted drawings of the new U.S. Embassy being built in Baghdad on its Web site, prompting complaints from U.S. officials on Friday that their release could endanger U.S. personnel.[Lees verder]

Kids socialize in a virtual world as avatars
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Children have always enjoyed make-believe. Now, some new Web sites are letting them live out their fantasies in virtual worlds using self-designed avatars.[Lees verder]

Beatles online deal seen for 2008: Harrison widow
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Beatles fans will probably have to wait until next year before they can buy the Fab Four’s tunes from online retailers such as Apple Inc.’s iTunes store, George Harrison’s widow said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Google acquires Web media distributor Feedburner
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. said on Friday it is acquiring Feedburner Inc., bolstering the Internet advertising leader’s capacity to distribute both media and advertising to blogs via Web syndication technology.[Lees verder]

Prince next single free to mobile phone listeners
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rock star Prince is giving away the first single from his upcoming album “Planet Earth,” which is due out in weeks, to mobile phone users.[Lees verder]

Court says Internet phones must pay into fund
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld an order by U.S. regulators requiring Internet telephone services like Vonage Holdings Corp. to contribute part of their revenues into a federal subsidy fund.[Lees verder]

Kazakhs shower president with cryptic questions
ALMATY (Reuters) – He may be experienced at fielding questions on geopolitics but when the Kazakh president logs on next week for his first Internet news conference he will have to tackle some more bizarre matters.[Lees verder]