“Fake Steve Jobs” blogger exposed as Forbes editor

“Fake Steve Jobs” blogger exposed as Forbes editor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A blogger calling himself “Fake Steve Jobs,” whose parody of the Apple Inc. chief executive amused and enthralled Silicon Valley, revealed himself on Sunday as an editor of Forbes business magazine.[Lees verder]

Amazon leads investment in music site AmieStreet
NEW YORK (Reuters) -AmieStreet, a digital music site that prices songs of new artists according to their popularity, said on Monday that Amazon.com Inc. is leading a first round of investment in the start-up.[Lees verder]

Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Mobile-phone giant Nokia will start to use Microsoft’s copy protection software to boost the use of wireless entertainment, like music and videos, the two companies said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Parton Web site leads echomusic’s high-profile deals
NASHVILLE (Billboard) – In the 18 weeks since Ticketmaster acquired a majority stake in echomusic, the direct-to-fan Web platform has made a number of significant moves — not the least of which is bringing country legend Dolly Parton into the digital world with her first official Web site.[Lees verder]

“Fake Steve Jobs” blogger exposed as Forbes editor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A blogger calling himself “Fake Steve Jobs,” whose parody of the Apple Inc. chief executive amused and enthralled Silicon Valley, revealed himself on Sunday as an editor of Forbes business magazine.[Lees verder]

Amazon leads investment in music site AmieStreet
NEW YORK (Reuters) -AmieStreet, a digital music site that prices songs of new artists according to their popularity, said on Monday that Amazon.com Inc. is leading a first round of investment in the start-up.[Lees verder]

Nokia, Microsoft to boost mobile entertainment
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Mobile-phone giant Nokia will start to use Microsoft’s copy protection software to boost the use of wireless entertainment, like music and videos, the two companies said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Parton Web site leads echomusic’s high-profile deals
NASHVILLE (Billboard) – In the 18 weeks since Ticketmaster acquired a majority stake in echomusic, the direct-to-fan Web platform has made a number of significant moves — not the least of which is bringing country legend Dolly Parton into the digital world with her first official Web site.[Lees verder]