Google wary of behavioral targeting in online ads

Google wary of behavioral targeting in online ads
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc. is looking to find more links between the searches its users do in order to better target advertising, but the company is reluctant to go much further than that in tracking their behavior.[Lees verder]

News Corp. to buy Dow Jones for $5.6 billion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp. said on Wednesday it would buy Dow Jones & Co Inc. for $5.6 billion after gaining enough support from the family that controls the Wall Street Journal’s publisher.[Lees verder]

Fixated by Web health sites? Join the cyberchondriacs
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Worried about that niggling pain in your arm? Concerned about those persistent headaches? If you’ve searched online for information about medical woes you’re not alone.[Lees verder]

Catholic dean on leave after YouTube outburst
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A Roman Catholic priest who unleashed a torrent of expletives and racist abuse against skateboarders outside his Australian cathedral, only to have the outburst filmed and placed on YouTube, has been put on leave.[Lees verder]

AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AT&T Inc on Tuesday launched a service with eMusic, a retailer of music from independent labels, that allows customers to download songs directly to their mobile phones.[Lees verder]

FCC sets airwaves sale rule
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission voted to shake up the wireless market on Tuesday by approving rules for a big airwaves auction that would require the winner to make them accessible to any cell phone or other device.[Lees verder]

RealNetworks profit falls, lifts outlook
SEATTLE (Reuters) – RealNetworks Inc. said on Tuesday its quarterly net profit fell from a year ago when the digital media company’s results were boosted by a legal settlement with Microsoft Corp..[Lees verder]

Apple shares drop on production rumors
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc shares fell nearly 7 percent on Tuesday on rumors including talk of production cuts in iPhones or iPods.[Lees verder]

Google wary of behavioral targeting in online ads
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc. is looking to find more links between the searches its users do in order to better target advertising, but the company is reluctant to go much further than that in tracking their behavior.[Lees verder]

News Corp. to buy Dow Jones for $5.6 billion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp. said on Wednesday it would buy Dow Jones & Co Inc. for $5.6 billion after gaining enough support from the family that controls the Wall Street Journal’s publisher.[Lees verder]

Fixated by Web health sites? Join the cyberchondriacs
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Worried about that niggling pain in your arm? Concerned about those persistent headaches? If you’ve searched online for information about medical woes you’re not alone.[Lees verder]

Catholic dean on leave after YouTube outburst
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A Roman Catholic priest who unleashed a torrent of expletives and racist abuse against skateboarders outside his Australian cathedral, only to have the outburst filmed and placed on YouTube, has been put on leave.[Lees verder]

AT&T to deliver music wirelessly via eMusic
NEW YORK (Reuters) – AT&T Inc on Tuesday launched a service with eMusic, a retailer of music from independent labels, that allows customers to download songs directly to their mobile phones.[Lees verder]

FCC sets airwaves sale rule
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission voted to shake up the wireless market on Tuesday by approving rules for a big airwaves auction that would require the winner to make them accessible to any cell phone or other device.[Lees verder]

RealNetworks profit falls, lifts outlook
SEATTLE (Reuters) – RealNetworks Inc. said on Tuesday its quarterly net profit fell from a year ago when the digital media company’s results were boosted by a legal settlement with Microsoft Corp..[Lees verder]

Apple shares drop on production rumors
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc shares fell nearly 7 percent on Tuesday on rumors including talk of production cuts in iPhones or iPods.[Lees verder]