Google lets users overlay data on personalized maps

Google lets users overlay data on personalized maps
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. will introduce on Wednesday a new feature that lets users create personalized maps which plot the locations of everything from cheap gas locally to the latest earthquakes worldwide.[Lees verder]

Xbox Live adds Disney movies to its download menu
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Microsoft Corp. announced the addition of Walt Disney Co. films to the Xbox 360’s download service, Xbox Live, on Tuesday night at the opening news conference for the E3 Media and Business Summit.[Lees verder]

Policy group says Google soft on piracy
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Hoping to see “Blood Diamond,” “Spider-Man 3” or other full-length movies, TV series and concerts for free online? The National Legal and Policy Center on Tuesday released a list of the top 50 videos it found on the Google Video search engine, uploaded by Web users who might be guilty of copyright infringement.[Lees verder]

Stars on new site plug away, bawdy and blue
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Of the countless promotional opportunities the cast of “Spider-Man 3” engaged in, none was quite like the one they did for a new Web site, No Good TV (NGTV.com).[Lees verder]

TiVo, Amazon to sell movies straight to TV sets
NEW YORK (Reuters) – TiVo Inc. on Tuesday said many of its customers can now order pay-per-view movies and television shows from Amazon.com’s download service directly from their TV, without a personal computer.[Lees verder]

Nielsen adds time spent on sites to Web rankings
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Nielsen//NetRatings, the media research firm, will overhaul the way it measures the popularity of Web sites, moving to add two new yardsticks to its service, it said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Google lets users overlay data on personalized maps
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc. will introduce on Wednesday a new feature that lets users create personalized maps which plot the locations of everything from cheap gas locally to the latest earthquakes worldwide.[Lees verder]

Xbox Live adds Disney movies to its download menu
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Microsoft Corp. announced the addition of Walt Disney Co. films to the Xbox 360’s download service, Xbox Live, on Tuesday night at the opening news conference for the E3 Media and Business Summit.[Lees verder]

Policy group says Google soft on piracy
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Hoping to see “Blood Diamond,” “Spider-Man 3” or other full-length movies, TV series and concerts for free online? The National Legal and Policy Center on Tuesday released a list of the top 50 videos it found on the Google Video search engine, uploaded by Web users who might be guilty of copyright infringement.[Lees verder]

Stars on new site plug away, bawdy and blue
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Of the countless promotional opportunities the cast of “Spider-Man 3” engaged in, none was quite like the one they did for a new Web site, No Good TV (NGTV.com).[Lees verder]

TiVo, Amazon to sell movies straight to TV sets
NEW YORK (Reuters) – TiVo Inc. on Tuesday said many of its customers can now order pay-per-view movies and television shows from Amazon.com’s download service directly from their TV, without a personal computer.[Lees verder]

Nielsen adds time spent on sites to Web rankings
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Nielsen//NetRatings, the media research firm, will overhaul the way it measures the popularity of Web sites, moving to add two new yardsticks to its service, it said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]