Nokia starts to roll out gaming, networking sites

Nokia starts to roll out gaming, networking sites
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia, the world’s largest cellphone maker, started to roll-out its online gaming service N-Gage on Tuesday as it expands into mobile Internet services.[Lees verder]

Warner, Universal take action against Baidu
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Three global record companies have launched legal proceedings against China’s top Internet search engine Baidu.com Inc, accusing it of violating copyright by giving access to music files, an international music trade body said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says to borrow money for Yahoo deal
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it may borrow money for the first time in its history to fund a portion of its $44.6 billion unsolicited offer for Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Yahoo ends music subscription plan
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Yahoo is dropping its subscription music service and replacing it with Rhapsody America, a competing service operated by RealNetworks and MTV Networks.[Lees verder]

In Microsoft vs. Google, search is true prize
LONDON (Reuters) – A good place to see the true frontline in Microsoft’s battle with Google is deep in the bowels of the British Library in London.[Lees verder]

Danish ISP shuts access to file-sharing Pirate Bay
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – A Danish court has ordered Denmark-based Internet service provider Tele2 to shut down its customers’ access to the popular file-sharing site Pirate Bay, Danish IT magazine Computerworld reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Dotcom-era magazine reborn as Web site
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Storied dot-com era magazine The Industry Standard, which closed in 2001 like many of the Internet companies it documented in its pages, relaunched on Monday as a Web site and a virtual tech futures market.[Lees verder]

Sohu quarterly net climbs on games
SHANGHAI/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Chinese media company Sohu.com Inc on Monday said quarterly profits rose 148 percent, fueled by record growth in advertising and online gaming in one of the world’s biggest Internet markets.[Lees verder]

Ericsson to provide mobile broadband to Lenovo
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sweden’s Ericsson said on Monday it was working with Lenovo, the world’s No. 3 PC maker, to provide mobile broadband modules based on high speed packet access (HSPA) for Lenovo notebook computers.[Lees verder]

Nokia starts to roll out gaming, networking sites
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia, the world’s largest cellphone maker, started to roll-out its online gaming service N-Gage on Tuesday as it expands into mobile Internet services.[Lees verder]

Warner, Universal take action against Baidu
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Three global record companies have launched legal proceedings against China’s top Internet search engine Baidu.com Inc, accusing it of violating copyright by giving access to music files, an international music trade body said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft says to borrow money for Yahoo deal
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it may borrow money for the first time in its history to fund a portion of its $44.6 billion unsolicited offer for Yahoo Inc.[Lees verder]

Yahoo ends music subscription plan
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Yahoo is dropping its subscription music service and replacing it with Rhapsody America, a competing service operated by RealNetworks and MTV Networks.[Lees verder]

In Microsoft vs. Google, search is true prize
LONDON (Reuters) – A good place to see the true frontline in Microsoft’s battle with Google is deep in the bowels of the British Library in London.[Lees verder]

Danish ISP shuts access to file-sharing Pirate Bay
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – A Danish court has ordered Denmark-based Internet service provider Tele2 to shut down its customers’ access to the popular file-sharing site Pirate Bay, Danish IT magazine Computerworld reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Dotcom-era magazine reborn as Web site
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Storied dot-com era magazine The Industry Standard, which closed in 2001 like many of the Internet companies it documented in its pages, relaunched on Monday as a Web site and a virtual tech futures market.[Lees verder]

Sohu quarterly net climbs on games
SHANGHAI/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Chinese media company Sohu.com Inc on Monday said quarterly profits rose 148 percent, fueled by record growth in advertising and online gaming in one of the world’s biggest Internet markets.[Lees verder]

Ericsson to provide mobile broadband to Lenovo
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sweden’s Ericsson said on Monday it was working with Lenovo, the world’s No. 3 PC maker, to provide mobile broadband modules based on high speed packet access (HSPA) for Lenovo notebook computers.[Lees verder]

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