Mexico to Yahoo: Not on our pyramid!

Mexico to Yahoo: Not on our pyramid!
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Lasers on our pyramid? No way!

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Microsoft rolls out online safety initiative
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. is launching a new educational campaign to help parents take control of the games and other content their children consume using its new Xbox 360 video game console, an executive said on Wednesday.

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Betcorp says to quit U.S. after online gaming ban
LONDON (Reuters) – Online gaming company Betcorp said on Thursday it would pull out of the United States if President George W. Bush signs into law a bill to ban online gambling there.

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Google paid stunning YouTube price: Time Warner CEO
CANNES, France (Reuters) – Google paid a “knockout” price that traditional media companies could not have matched when it bought video entertainment site YouTube for $1.65 billion, the chairman and CEO of Time Warner said.

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L&G’s U.S. gaming to continue in private hands
LONDON (Reuters) – The U.S.-focused gambling operations of Britain’s Leisure & Gaming are likely to be taken private and continue operating after online gambling is banned there, a source close to the company said on Wednesday.

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FTC launches blog on marketplace tech changes
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Trade Commission has joined the blogosphere with a site to explore how technology is changing the way consumers shop, bank, pay bills and communicate.

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Nokia expects to sell WiMAX cell phones in 2008
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia expects to start selling cell phones using the new WiMAX Internet technology in 2008, the world’s top handset maker said on Wednesday while unveiling network technology for WiMAX.

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“Flushed Away” joins AOL for online game
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – With nearly a month to go before DreamWorks Animation’s “Flushed Away” opens in theaters, the studio is introducing audiences to the film’s characters through an interactive online game.

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Pumpkin power dawns for African cell phone networks
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Palm and pumpkin seed oil could soon be generating electricity to help power cell phone networks across Africa under a plan to replace fossil fuels with sustainable biofuels made from crops grown by local farmers.

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Mexico to Yahoo: Not on our pyramid!
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Lasers on our pyramid? No way!

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Microsoft rolls out online safety initiative
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. is launching a new educational campaign to help parents take control of the games and other content their children consume using its new Xbox 360 video game console, an executive said on Wednesday.

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Betcorp says to quit U.S. after online gaming ban
LONDON (Reuters) – Online gaming company Betcorp said on Thursday it would pull out of the United States if President George W. Bush signs into law a bill to ban online gambling there.

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Google paid stunning YouTube price: Time Warner CEO
CANNES, France (Reuters) – Google paid a “knockout” price that traditional media companies could not have matched when it bought video entertainment site YouTube for $1.65 billion, the chairman and CEO of Time Warner said.

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L&G’s U.S. gaming to continue in private hands
LONDON (Reuters) – The U.S.-focused gambling operations of Britain’s Leisure & Gaming are likely to be taken private and continue operating after online gambling is banned there, a source close to the company said on Wednesday.

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FTC launches blog on marketplace tech changes
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Trade Commission has joined the blogosphere with a site to explore how technology is changing the way consumers shop, bank, pay bills and communicate.

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Nokia expects to sell WiMAX cell phones in 2008
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia expects to start selling cell phones using the new WiMAX Internet technology in 2008, the world’s top handset maker said on Wednesday while unveiling network technology for WiMAX.

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“Flushed Away” joins AOL for online game
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – With nearly a month to go before DreamWorks Animation’s “Flushed Away” opens in theaters, the studio is introducing audiences to the film’s characters through an interactive online game.

[Lees verder]

Pumpkin power dawns for African cell phone networks
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Palm and pumpkin seed oil could soon be generating electricity to help power cell phone networks across Africa under a plan to replace fossil fuels with sustainable biofuels made from crops grown by local farmers.

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