T-Mobile USA launches home Wi-Fi calling service

T-Mobile USA launches home Wi-Fi calling service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – T-Mobile USA, the No. 4 U.S. mobile service, said on Wednesday it was starting to offer customers a new service that uses short-range Wi-Fi networks to improve reception when needed.[Lees verder]

Brightpoint sees Nokia mkt share growing: report
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Brightpoint, a U.S. distributor of mobiles and other wireless devices, sees Nokia on its way to reaching 40 percent of the global market and strong in all price ranges, Brightpoint’s CEO said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft rolls out Web storage, new photo gallery
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. introduced two new online services to its Windows Live line-up on Tuesday and said it plans to release more Web offerings this year to beef up its Internet strategy.[Lees verder]

Website Pros, Web.com in merger agreement
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Website Pros Inc. said on Tuesday that it reached a deal to acquire Web.com Inc. for approximately $129 million.[Lees verder]

News Corp, DJ board in early editorial pact:: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. and Dow Jones & Co. Inc. have “basically agreed” on safeguards to the editorial independence of Dow Jones’ news operations, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, setting the stage for Dow Jones to accept a $5 billion buyout offer.[Lees verder]

Dassault Systemes launches 3D Internet software
PARIS (Reuters) – French software company Dassault Systemes launched on Tuesday 3DVIA, a platform that will enable consumer and professional users to access three-dimensional services online.[Lees verder]

Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show up
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc. said on Tuesday its hotly anticipated iPhone could cost as much as $3,000 with a required two-year service contract, but a handful of eager fans still lined up early to spend their money.[Lees verder]

U.S. Web radio stations silently protest royalty hike
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Thousands of U.S. Internet radio stations held a “Day of Silence” on Tuesday to protest an increase in performance royalties paid to musicians and record companies that they warn could kill the fledgling industry.[Lees verder]

T-Mobile USA launches home Wi-Fi calling service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – T-Mobile USA, the No. 4 U.S. mobile service, said on Wednesday it was starting to offer customers a new service that uses short-range Wi-Fi networks to improve reception when needed.[Lees verder]

Brightpoint sees Nokia mkt share growing: report
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Brightpoint, a U.S. distributor of mobiles and other wireless devices, sees Nokia on its way to reaching 40 percent of the global market and strong in all price ranges, Brightpoint’s CEO said.[Lees verder]

Microsoft rolls out Web storage, new photo gallery
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. introduced two new online services to its Windows Live line-up on Tuesday and said it plans to release more Web offerings this year to beef up its Internet strategy.[Lees verder]

Website Pros, Web.com in merger agreement
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Website Pros Inc. said on Tuesday that it reached a deal to acquire Web.com Inc. for approximately $129 million.[Lees verder]

News Corp, DJ board in early editorial pact:: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. and Dow Jones & Co. Inc. have “basically agreed” on safeguards to the editorial independence of Dow Jones’ news operations, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, setting the stage for Dow Jones to accept a $5 billion buyout offer.[Lees verder]

Dassault Systemes launches 3D Internet software
PARIS (Reuters) – French software company Dassault Systemes launched on Tuesday 3DVIA, a platform that will enable consumer and professional users to access three-dimensional services online.[Lees verder]

Apple gives cost of iPhone service, first fans show up
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc. said on Tuesday its hotly anticipated iPhone could cost as much as $3,000 with a required two-year service contract, but a handful of eager fans still lined up early to spend their money.[Lees verder]

U.S. Web radio stations silently protest royalty hike
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Thousands of U.S. Internet radio stations held a “Day of Silence” on Tuesday to protest an increase in performance royalties paid to musicians and record companies that they warn could kill the fledgling industry.[Lees verder]