TMT test of cash, clicks and content

TMT test of cash, clicks and content
LONDON (Reuters) – The global technology, media and telecommunication industries are in the throes of upheaval that experiments with new markets, new technologies and new partners as well-funded start-ups jolt old business models.[Lees verder]

McCartney’s “Memory” goes digital
NEW YORK/LONDON (Billboard) – Paul McCartney’s new album, “Memory Almost Full,” will be his first solo release available for download and streaming on PCs and mobile phones.[Lees verder]

YouTube to remove some clips mocking Thai king
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Video-sharing Web site YouTube has agreed to block four clips Thailand says insulted its revered king, the latest twist in a spat that has stirred fierce debate about freedom of expression on the Internet.[Lees verder]

Fergie fans will phone it in for tickets
DENVER (Billboard) – Aching to see Fergie in concert? Don’t expect to buy a paper ticket.[Lees verder]

America’s Cup – from pigeons to interactive web
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) – When Queen Victoria watched what became the first America’s Cup race in 1851, her minions scanned the horizon with telescopes to watch the demise of the British fleet at the hands of the schooner “America”.[Lees verder]

IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – IAC/InterActiveCorp. said it launched on Friday a new mobile application for its Ask.com Web search service to help consumers find friends, shops and services based on their location at a given moment.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Does your online image need a makeover?
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A character in Christopher Buckley’s new novel “Boomsday” makes a fortune when he comes up with Spider Repellent — software that searches out and deletes anything bad that appears about you on the Web.[Lees verder]

IAC to launch Ask Mobile location-based search service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – IAC/InterActiveCorp said it will launch in the coming days a new mobile application for its Ask.com Web search service that will help consumers find shops and services they want, or friends they’re looking for, based on their location at a given moment.[Lees verder]

TMT test of cash, clicks and content
LONDON (Reuters) – The global technology, media and telecommunication industries are in the throes of upheaval that experiments with new markets, new technologies and new partners as well-funded start-ups jolt old business models.[Lees verder]

McCartney’s “Memory” goes digital
NEW YORK/LONDON (Billboard) – Paul McCartney’s new album, “Memory Almost Full,” will be his first solo release available for download and streaming on PCs and mobile phones.[Lees verder]

YouTube to remove some clips mocking Thai king
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Video-sharing Web site YouTube has agreed to block four clips Thailand says insulted its revered king, the latest twist in a spat that has stirred fierce debate about freedom of expression on the Internet.[Lees verder]

Fergie fans will phone it in for tickets
DENVER (Billboard) – Aching to see Fergie in concert? Don’t expect to buy a paper ticket.[Lees verder]

America’s Cup – from pigeons to interactive web
VALENCIA, Spain (Reuters) – When Queen Victoria watched what became the first America’s Cup race in 1851, her minions scanned the horizon with telescopes to watch the demise of the British fleet at the hands of the schooner “America”.[Lees verder]

IAC to launch Ask Mobile GPS service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – IAC/InterActiveCorp. said it launched on Friday a new mobile application for its Ask.com Web search service to help consumers find friends, shops and services based on their location at a given moment.[Lees verder]

PluggedIn: Does your online image need a makeover?
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A character in Christopher Buckley’s new novel “Boomsday” makes a fortune when he comes up with Spider Repellent — software that searches out and deletes anything bad that appears about you on the Web.[Lees verder]

IAC to launch Ask Mobile location-based search service
NEW YORK (Reuters) – IAC/InterActiveCorp said it will launch in the coming days a new mobile application for its Ask.com Web search service that will help consumers find shops and services they want, or friends they’re looking for, based on their location at a given moment.[Lees verder]