Hacker kept on NDS payroll after accused of piracy

Hacker kept on NDS payroll after accused of piracy
SANTA ANA, California (Reuters) – A high-ranking News Corp official testified on Tuesday that he kept two hackers on the payroll for years after one of them was accused of infiltrating the security system of rival satellite television company DISH Network Corp.[Lees verder]

Stephen Colbert takes home top Internet award
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stephen Colbert, whose U.S. presidential campaign was cut short, came out a winner on Tuesday when he walked away with a Webby award as the Internet’s “Person of the Year.”[Lees verder]

Ad firm Spot Runner lands $51 million in funding
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Internet advertising company Spot Runner, which serves local advertisers seeking television ad spots, received $51 million in a fourth round of funding that helps it expand to Europe and Latin America.[Lees verder]

Barnes & Noble to sell online magazine subscriptions
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Barnes & Noble Inc, the world’s largest bookseller, said on Tuesday it will sell digital and print magazine subscriptions though its online segment, BN.com.[Lees verder]

Sprint, Clearwire to announce $12 bln JV: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp and Clearwire Corp are close to announcing a $12 billion joint venture with major cable operators for high speed wireless Internet access for mobile phones and laptops, a source familiar with the talks said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft brings TV shows from NBC, others to Zune
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said it will start offering television shows for its Zune portable media device, more than two years after Apple Inc introduced the feature for its iPod player.[Lees verder]

Web firm sounds alert on criminal data trove
LONDON (Reuters) – A Web security firm said on Tuesday it had tipped off international banks and police after finding a huge trove of stolen business and personal data amassed on a server in the space of just three weeks.[Lees verder]

Hacker kept on NDS payroll after accused of piracy
SANTA ANA, California (Reuters) – A high-ranking News Corp official testified on Tuesday that he kept two hackers on the payroll for years after one of them was accused of infiltrating the security system of rival satellite television company DISH Network Corp.[Lees verder]

Stephen Colbert takes home top Internet award
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stephen Colbert, whose U.S. presidential campaign was cut short, came out a winner on Tuesday when he walked away with a Webby award as the Internet’s “Person of the Year.”[Lees verder]

Ad firm Spot Runner lands $51 million in funding
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Internet advertising company Spot Runner, which serves local advertisers seeking television ad spots, received $51 million in a fourth round of funding that helps it expand to Europe and Latin America.[Lees verder]

Barnes & Noble to sell online magazine subscriptions
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Barnes & Noble Inc, the world’s largest bookseller, said on Tuesday it will sell digital and print magazine subscriptions though its online segment, BN.com.[Lees verder]

Sprint, Clearwire to announce $12 bln JV: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp and Clearwire Corp are close to announcing a $12 billion joint venture with major cable operators for high speed wireless Internet access for mobile phones and laptops, a source familiar with the talks said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft brings TV shows from NBC, others to Zune
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said it will start offering television shows for its Zune portable media device, more than two years after Apple Inc introduced the feature for its iPod player.[Lees verder]

Web firm sounds alert on criminal data trove
LONDON (Reuters) – A Web security firm said on Tuesday it had tipped off international banks and police after finding a huge trove of stolen business and personal data amassed on a server in the space of just three weeks.[Lees verder]