Microsoft sets launch date for “Halo 3” video game

Microsoft sets launch date for “Halo 3” video game
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it will release its “Halo 3” video game on September 25, a hugely anticipated event that the software giant hopes will help drive sales of its Xbox 360 gaming console.[Lees verder]

Verizon Wireless to offer ESPN mobile application
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon Wireless, the second biggest U.S. mobile phone service, said on Wednesday it had an exclusive deal with sports network ESPN to bring everything from video highlights to score updates to cell phones.[Lees verder]

Court to review Internet straight or gay query
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A district court should decide whether an Internet service pairing roommates violates U.S. fair housing laws by including categories such as straight or gay only, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Warner Music sues social network site for piracy
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Warner Music Group Corp. sued Imeem Inc., a music-based social networking Web site, on Tuesday for infringing the copyright of its artists including Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Green Day.[Lees verder]

MySpace deletes sex offender profiles
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular online social network MySpace said on Tuesday it has identified, removed and blocked “a few thousand” user profiles of convicted sex offenders, as part of a program to protect its young members from adult predators.[Lees verder]

Napster music to be available on Motorola phones
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Napster Inc. said on Tuesday it agreed to make its music subscription service available on Motorola Inc.’s mobile phones.[Lees verder]

MySpace to launch online TV channels
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular Internet social network MySpace said it planned to launch online television channels from news and entertainment networks that include The New York Times Co., Reuters and National Geographic.[Lees verder]

New Internet says it can forecast air fare changes
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Farecast.com, a new travel Web site that claims it can forecast the rise or fall of air ticket prices, plans to help travelers solve the long standing riddle of how to catch fast-moving and often illogical fare deals.[Lees verder]

ABC series making HD waves online
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Walt Disney Co.’s Disney-ABC Television Group will begin making high-definition broadband content available on its Web site starting in the summer.[Lees verder]

Clean technology bigger than Internet: software guru
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – A global response to climate change will spur a business revolution bigger than the internet, said co-founder of Sun Microsystems Bill Joy.[Lees verder]

Microsoft sets launch date for “Halo 3” video game
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it will release its “Halo 3” video game on September 25, a hugely anticipated event that the software giant hopes will help drive sales of its Xbox 360 gaming console.[Lees verder]

Verizon Wireless to offer ESPN mobile application
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon Wireless, the second biggest U.S. mobile phone service, said on Wednesday it had an exclusive deal with sports network ESPN to bring everything from video highlights to score updates to cell phones.[Lees verder]

Court to review Internet straight or gay query
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A district court should decide whether an Internet service pairing roommates violates U.S. fair housing laws by including categories such as straight or gay only, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Warner Music sues social network site for piracy
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Warner Music Group Corp. sued Imeem Inc., a music-based social networking Web site, on Tuesday for infringing the copyright of its artists including Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Green Day.[Lees verder]

MySpace deletes sex offender profiles
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular online social network MySpace said on Tuesday it has identified, removed and blocked “a few thousand” user profiles of convicted sex offenders, as part of a program to protect its young members from adult predators.[Lees verder]

Napster music to be available on Motorola phones
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Napster Inc. said on Tuesday it agreed to make its music subscription service available on Motorola Inc.’s mobile phones.[Lees verder]

MySpace to launch online TV channels
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Popular Internet social network MySpace said it planned to launch online television channels from news and entertainment networks that include The New York Times Co., Reuters and National Geographic.[Lees verder]

New Internet says it can forecast air fare changes
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Farecast.com, a new travel Web site that claims it can forecast the rise or fall of air ticket prices, plans to help travelers solve the long standing riddle of how to catch fast-moving and often illogical fare deals.[Lees verder]

ABC series making HD waves online
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Walt Disney Co.’s Disney-ABC Television Group will begin making high-definition broadband content available on its Web site starting in the summer.[Lees verder]

Clean technology bigger than Internet: software guru
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – A global response to climate change will spur a business revolution bigger than the internet, said co-founder of Sun Microsystems Bill Joy.[Lees verder]