Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360 console

Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360 console
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will cut the price of its main Xbox 360 video game console model by about 13 percent in the United States, hoping to boost sales ahead of the crucial holiday season.[Lees verder]

Judge blocks California’s violent video game law
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A federal judge ruled on Monday a California law to label violent video games and bar their sale to minors was unconstitutional, prompting Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to say he would appeal the ruling.[Lees verder]

More parties join Google copyright lawsuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – English soccer’s Premier League Ltd and music publisher Bourne & Co said on Monday that eight more parties have joined their lawsuit charging Google Inc and its YouTube online service with deliberately encouraging copyright infringement.[Lees verder]

Amazon opens payment system to other Web sites
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc. has opened its payment system to other Web sites in a move that would pit it against eBay Inc’s PayPal.[Lees verder]

Parents warned about UK-wide house party mayhem
LONDON, Aug 6 (Reuters) – A Scottish pop star has made a call for Britons to throw coordinated house parties nationwide later this month, prompting warnings about potential teenage mayhem.[Lees verder]

Verizon Business reports rise in quarterly revenue
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon Business, a unit of Verizon Communications Inc. serving corporate customers, said on Monday its quarterly revenue rose, helped by growth in Internet-based telecommunications services.[Lees verder]

Job hunters hire experts to clean up online image
NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Job hunters perfecting their resumes for that dream job are being urged to also polish their online profile — and clean it up if needs be, with a new breed of companies emerging to help mold Internet images.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360 console
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will cut the price of its main Xbox 360 video game console model by about 13 percent in the United States, hoping to boost sales ahead of the crucial holiday season.[Lees verder]

Judge blocks California’s violent video game law
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A federal judge ruled on Monday a California law to label violent video games and bar their sale to minors was unconstitutional, prompting Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to say he would appeal the ruling.[Lees verder]

More parties join Google copyright lawsuit
NEW YORK (Reuters) – English soccer’s Premier League Ltd and music publisher Bourne & Co said on Monday that eight more parties have joined their lawsuit charging Google Inc and its YouTube online service with deliberately encouraging copyright infringement.[Lees verder]

Amazon opens payment system to other Web sites
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc. has opened its payment system to other Web sites in a move that would pit it against eBay Inc’s PayPal.[Lees verder]

Parents warned about UK-wide house party mayhem
LONDON, Aug 6 (Reuters) – A Scottish pop star has made a call for Britons to throw coordinated house parties nationwide later this month, prompting warnings about potential teenage mayhem.[Lees verder]

Verizon Business reports rise in quarterly revenue
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Verizon Business, a unit of Verizon Communications Inc. serving corporate customers, said on Monday its quarterly revenue rose, helped by growth in Internet-based telecommunications services.[Lees verder]

Job hunters hire experts to clean up online image
NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – Job hunters perfecting their resumes for that dream job are being urged to also polish their online profile — and clean it up if needs be, with a new breed of companies emerging to help mold Internet images.[Lees verder]