Live Earth may set new stage for Web viewing

Live Earth may set new stage for Web viewing
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Live Earth event on Saturday is set to reach millions more people than previous global productions with its reach boosted by the fast-growing power of Web video sharing and social networks.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Facebook lets friends share private view of Web
PALO ALTO, California (Reuters) – Apple’s iPhone may be big news, but in Silicon Valley all eyes are on Facebook. The all-ages private Internet club that began as a college student hangout has become the tech industry’s hottest ticket.[Lees verder]

Sony has no plans to cut PlayStation 3 price
TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp. has no plans to cut the price of its PlayStation 3 (PS3) at present to pep up demand and counter surging sales of Nintendo’s rival game console Wii, Sony’s president said on Friday.[Lees verder]

MTV service seeks revenue from fan remixes
DENVER (Billboard) – In a nod to the ever-evolving world of Web 2.0, MTV is turning to a new source for cutting-edge music videos — fans.[Lees verder]

China city tightens Internet control after protest
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city planned to censor online chatroom exchanges and ban anonymous postings after residents used the Internet to organize a mass protest against a chemical plant, Chinese media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Filesharing ruling against ISP hailed as precedent
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Copyright groups have hailed a Belgian court decision making an Internet service provider responsible for illegal file-sharing on its network as a European first that could help the music industry.[Lees verder]

Live Earth may set new stage for Web viewing
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Live Earth event on Saturday is set to reach millions more people than previous global productions with its reach boosted by the fast-growing power of Web video sharing and social networks.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Facebook lets friends share private view of Web
PALO ALTO, California (Reuters) – Apple’s iPhone may be big news, but in Silicon Valley all eyes are on Facebook. The all-ages private Internet club that began as a college student hangout has become the tech industry’s hottest ticket.[Lees verder]

Sony has no plans to cut PlayStation 3 price
TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp. has no plans to cut the price of its PlayStation 3 (PS3) at present to pep up demand and counter surging sales of Nintendo’s rival game console Wii, Sony’s president said on Friday.[Lees verder]

MTV service seeks revenue from fan remixes
DENVER (Billboard) – In a nod to the ever-evolving world of Web 2.0, MTV is turning to a new source for cutting-edge music videos — fans.[Lees verder]

China city tightens Internet control after protest
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city planned to censor online chatroom exchanges and ban anonymous postings after residents used the Internet to organize a mass protest against a chemical plant, Chinese media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

Filesharing ruling against ISP hailed as precedent
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Copyright groups have hailed a Belgian court decision making an Internet service provider responsible for illegal file-sharing on its network as a European first that could help the music industry.[Lees verder]