NBC ends contract on shows with Apple’s iTunes: report

NBC ends contract on shows with Apple’s iTunes: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – NBC Universal has decided against renewing its contract to sell digital downloads of television shows on Apple Inc’s iTunes after failing to come to an agreement on pricing, the New York Times reported in its online edition on Friday.[Lees verder]

RIM shares rise amid Microsoft takeover talk
TORONTO (Reuters) – Research in Motion Ltd moved higher on Thursday on renewed market speculation that Microsoft Corp could be interested in buying the BlackBerry maker.[Lees verder]

Monster.com data theft also hit U.S. job site
BOSTON (Reuters) – About 146,000 people using a U.S. government jobs Web site had their personal information stolen by hackers who broke into computers at Monster Worldwide Inc, a government spokesman said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

China kung fu monks seek apology for ninja affront
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Shaolin Temple, the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is demanding an apology from an Internet user who said its monks had once been beaten in unarmed combat by a Japanese ninja, Chinese media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

NBC ends contract on shows with Apple’s iTunes: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – NBC Universal has decided against renewing its contract to sell digital downloads of television shows on Apple Inc’s iTunes after failing to come to an agreement on pricing, the New York Times reported in its online edition on Friday.[Lees verder]

RIM shares rise amid Microsoft takeover talk
TORONTO (Reuters) – Research in Motion Ltd moved higher on Thursday on renewed market speculation that Microsoft Corp could be interested in buying the BlackBerry maker.[Lees verder]

Monster.com data theft also hit U.S. job site
BOSTON (Reuters) – About 146,000 people using a U.S. government jobs Web site had their personal information stolen by hackers who broke into computers at Monster Worldwide Inc, a government spokesman said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

China kung fu monks seek apology for ninja affront
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Shaolin Temple, the cradle of Chinese kung fu, is demanding an apology from an Internet user who said its monks had once been beaten in unarmed combat by a Japanese ninja, Chinese media reported on Friday.[Lees verder]

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