Judge sets deadline in Facebook fraud lawsuit

Judge sets deadline in Facebook fraud lawsuit
BOSTON (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Wednesday gave a group of former Harvard students two weeks to back up their claims that Facebook Inc.’s founder stole their ideas to create the fast-growing social networking Web site.[Lees verder]

U.S. Web video ads seen up to $4.3 bln in 2011: study
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. spending on Internet video advertising will grow at a fast clip in the next four years to an estimated $4.3 billion as users make Web video a regular habit, research firm eMarketer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Podcaster loses “cybersquat” of Simpsons Movie site
GENEVA (Reuters) – A U.S. podcaster on Wednesday lost the right to operate a Web site using the name of “The Simpsons Movie” to attract fans of the cartoon series to sites related to his own Internet output.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to provide advertising for Digg
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it reached an agreement to be the exclusive provider of display and contextual advertising on Digg.com, a Web site that lets readers recommend articles to others.[Lees verder]

Jailhouse rock: Philippine inmates groove on the Web
MANILA, July 25 (Reuters) – Over 1,000 men, clad in orange jumpsuits, gyrating in synch to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”.[Lees verder]

Web site traces convict ancestors
LONDON (Reuters) – An ancestry Web site released online on Wednesday the records of tens of thousands of British convicts sent to Australia from the 18th century.[Lees verder]

Amazon “two for two in 2007”
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Two consecutive quarters of impressive results from Amazon.com Inc. have some on Wall Street saying the online retailer has finally proven profit margins can expand, but others still say its shares are too pricey and current margin gains may not last.[Lees verder]

China’s “patron saint” stock tip blogger faces trial
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese blogger who billed himself as the “patron saint” of stock tippers will be charged with conducting an illegal business believed to involve as much as 10 million yuan ($1.32 million), Xinhua news agency said.[Lees verder]

San Francisco power outage knocks out Web sites
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Sporadic power failures cascaded across San Francisco for two hours on Tuesday, causing minor disruptions in the downtown business district and knocking out major Web sites including Craigslist.[Lees verder]

Judge sets deadline in Facebook fraud lawsuit
BOSTON (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Wednesday gave a group of former Harvard students two weeks to back up their claims that Facebook Inc.’s founder stole their ideas to create the fast-growing social networking Web site.[Lees verder]

U.S. Web video ads seen up to $4.3 bln in 2011: study
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. spending on Internet video advertising will grow at a fast clip in the next four years to an estimated $4.3 billion as users make Web video a regular habit, research firm eMarketer said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Podcaster loses “cybersquat” of Simpsons Movie site
GENEVA (Reuters) – A U.S. podcaster on Wednesday lost the right to operate a Web site using the name of “The Simpsons Movie” to attract fans of the cartoon series to sites related to his own Internet output.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to provide advertising for Digg
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Wednesday it reached an agreement to be the exclusive provider of display and contextual advertising on Digg.com, a Web site that lets readers recommend articles to others.[Lees verder]

Jailhouse rock: Philippine inmates groove on the Web
MANILA, July 25 (Reuters) – Over 1,000 men, clad in orange jumpsuits, gyrating in synch to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”.[Lees verder]

Web site traces convict ancestors
LONDON (Reuters) – An ancestry Web site released online on Wednesday the records of tens of thousands of British convicts sent to Australia from the 18th century.[Lees verder]

Amazon “two for two in 2007”
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Two consecutive quarters of impressive results from Amazon.com Inc. have some on Wall Street saying the online retailer has finally proven profit margins can expand, but others still say its shares are too pricey and current margin gains may not last.[Lees verder]

China’s “patron saint” stock tip blogger faces trial
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese blogger who billed himself as the “patron saint” of stock tippers will be charged with conducting an illegal business believed to involve as much as 10 million yuan ($1.32 million), Xinhua news agency said.[Lees verder]

San Francisco power outage knocks out Web sites
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Sporadic power failures cascaded across San Francisco for two hours on Tuesday, causing minor disruptions in the downtown business district and knocking out major Web sites including Craigslist.[Lees verder]