Trademark plaintiff drops suit vs Google over ads

Trademark plaintiff drops suit vs Google over ads
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The plaintiff in a long-running trademark infringement lawsuit against Google Inc agreed on Friday to drop its case targeting the Web search advertising leader’s core business, according to court filings.[Lees verder]

TV industry waits, frustrated, for next push
BERLIN (Reuters) – The television industry is ready to deliver a host of new ways to experience video from high-definition (HD) TV to Internet and mobile TV but manufacturers are frustrated at a lack of political impetus.[Lees verder]

Most Chinese children spent vacation online: poll
BEIJING (Reuters) – The vast majority of Chinese schoolchildren chose to stay home and surf the Internet during the summer holidays rather than play outside, state media said on Tuesday, citing a survey.[Lees verder]

Gadgets at IFA promise simpler, more beautiful life
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Television sets traditionally dominate the IFA consumer electronics trade fair but there is an abundance of new high-tech gadgets on display in Berlin this week aimed at making life simpler and more beautiful too.[Lees verder]

Driving N.Y. taxi beats desk job, says female “hack”
NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – She’s a tough-talking, petite New Yorker who was fed up with her office job, so when Melissa Plaut was laid off she decided it was time for an adventure — driving one of the city’s famed yellow taxi cabs.[Lees verder]

Sony PS3 narrows Nintendo Wii sales lead in Japan
TOKYO (Reuters) – Nintendo Co Ltd’s video game console Wii outsold Sony Corp’s PlayStation 3 by a ratio of three to one in Japan in August, but Nintendo’s overwhelming lead in the market narrowed for the second consecutive month.[Lees verder]

Trademark plaintiff drops suit vs Google over ads
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The plaintiff in a long-running trademark infringement lawsuit against Google Inc agreed on Friday to drop its case targeting the Web search advertising leader’s core business, according to court filings.[Lees verder]

TV industry waits, frustrated, for next push
BERLIN (Reuters) – The television industry is ready to deliver a host of new ways to experience video from high-definition (HD) TV to Internet and mobile TV but manufacturers are frustrated at a lack of political impetus.[Lees verder]

Most Chinese children spent vacation online: poll
BEIJING (Reuters) – The vast majority of Chinese schoolchildren chose to stay home and surf the Internet during the summer holidays rather than play outside, state media said on Tuesday, citing a survey.[Lees verder]

Gadgets at IFA promise simpler, more beautiful life
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Television sets traditionally dominate the IFA consumer electronics trade fair but there is an abundance of new high-tech gadgets on display in Berlin this week aimed at making life simpler and more beautiful too.[Lees verder]

Driving N.Y. taxi beats desk job, says female “hack”
NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) – She’s a tough-talking, petite New Yorker who was fed up with her office job, so when Melissa Plaut was laid off she decided it was time for an adventure — driving one of the city’s famed yellow taxi cabs.[Lees verder]

Sony PS3 narrows Nintendo Wii sales lead in Japan
TOKYO (Reuters) – Nintendo Co Ltd’s video game console Wii outsold Sony Corp’s PlayStation 3 by a ratio of three to one in Japan in August, but Nintendo’s overwhelming lead in the market narrowed for the second consecutive month.[Lees verder]