Nokia to buy photo-sharing site Twango

Nokia to buy photo-sharing site Twango
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia, the world’s top mobile phone maker, said on Tuesday it would buy U.S.-based photo-sharing social networking site Twango (http://www.twango.com/), but did not disclose the price.[Lees verder]

Democrats face unpredictable queries from YouTube
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – Given the chance to say something bad about each other, Democratic presidential candidates largely ducked the question at a CNN/YouTube debate on Monday.[Lees verder]

Hearst reaches out to male Web users in Ugo deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Publisher Hearst Corp., seeking a bigger chunk of the male Internet audience, will acquire Ugo Networks Inc., a network of Web sites devoted to video games, movies and other entertainment, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Jaxtr overseas call service doubles users in month
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Jaxtr, a Silicon Valley-based service that enables cell phone users to place free international calls via the Web, said its membership has doubled to 500,000 users in the past month.[Lees verder]

Obama, Clinton clash in YouTube debate
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton pounced on rival Barack Obama on Monday for his willingness to meet with some troublesome world leaders during a Democratic U.S. presidential debate starring a parade of questions posed through YouTube videos.[Lees verder]

Netflix cuts prices of two more rental plans
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Netflix Inc. cut monthly subscriptions for two of its most popular plans by $1 on Sunday, a day ahead of a quarterly earnings report that will show whether rival Blockbuster Inc has further dented the online DVD rental company’s growth.[Lees verder]

Ontario leader apologizes for “ghetto dude” e-mail
OTTAWA (Reuters) – The premier of Ontario has apologized to a young black man who received an e-mail from a government worker referring to him as a “ghetto dude”, officials said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Canadian valley aims to keep cell phone-free quiet
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) – Officials in a rural valley in British Columbia hope that keeping out cell phones will help attract residents and tourists who want to escape to the quiet of nature.[Lees verder]

Nokia to buy photo-sharing site Twango
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Nokia, the world’s top mobile phone maker, said on Tuesday it would buy U.S.-based photo-sharing social networking site Twango (http://www.twango.com/), but did not disclose the price.[Lees verder]

Democrats face unpredictable queries from YouTube
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – Given the chance to say something bad about each other, Democratic presidential candidates largely ducked the question at a CNN/YouTube debate on Monday.[Lees verder]

Hearst reaches out to male Web users in Ugo deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Publisher Hearst Corp., seeking a bigger chunk of the male Internet audience, will acquire Ugo Networks Inc., a network of Web sites devoted to video games, movies and other entertainment, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Jaxtr overseas call service doubles users in month
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Jaxtr, a Silicon Valley-based service that enables cell phone users to place free international calls via the Web, said its membership has doubled to 500,000 users in the past month.[Lees verder]

Obama, Clinton clash in YouTube debate
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton pounced on rival Barack Obama on Monday for his willingness to meet with some troublesome world leaders during a Democratic U.S. presidential debate starring a parade of questions posed through YouTube videos.[Lees verder]

Netflix cuts prices of two more rental plans
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Netflix Inc. cut monthly subscriptions for two of its most popular plans by $1 on Sunday, a day ahead of a quarterly earnings report that will show whether rival Blockbuster Inc has further dented the online DVD rental company’s growth.[Lees verder]

Ontario leader apologizes for “ghetto dude” e-mail
OTTAWA (Reuters) – The premier of Ontario has apologized to a young black man who received an e-mail from a government worker referring to him as a “ghetto dude”, officials said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Canadian valley aims to keep cell phone-free quiet
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) – Officials in a rural valley in British Columbia hope that keeping out cell phones will help attract residents and tourists who want to escape to the quiet of nature.[Lees verder]