UK stops Facebook ads, wants safeguards

UK stops Facebook ads, wants safeguards
LONDON (Reuters) – The British government has halted its advertising on the social networking Web site Facebook over concerns about how its ads are displayed, its communication arm said in a statement.[Lees verder]

More time spent on Web than newspapers: study
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. consumers this year will spend more of their day surfing the Internet than reading newspapers or going to the movies or listening to recorded music, according a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

New York Times to end paid Web service: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York Times Co. plans to stop charging Internet users for access to its columnists and Op-Ed pieces on a section of its Web site known as TimesSelect, The New York Post reported on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Apple unveils redesigned iMac
CUPERTINO, California (Reuters) – Apple Inc. unveiled a line of slimmer desktop computers on Tuesday in a long-expected update of its iMac brand, positioning it for the back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons.[Lees verder]

China hopes to cure Internet addicts at summer camp
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China is launching an experimental summer camp for 40 youngsters to try to wean them off their Internet addiction, state media said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

O.J. Simpson ordered to pay Goldmans over game
SANTA MONICA, California (Reuters) – Relatives of murder victim Ron Goldman won a court order on Tuesday seizing any money O.J. Simpson earns for lending his name and likeness to a football video game with a fictional team called the Assassins and a knife-wielding mascot.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will cut the price of its main Xbox 360 video game console model by about 13 percent in the United States, hoping to boost sales ahead of the crucial holiday season.[Lees verder]

Yahoo pacts with reality-TV producer
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – In an increasingly rare collaboration with Hollywood, Yahoo Inc. has signed a production deal with the company behind such reality shows as “Temptation Island” and “Joe Millionaire.”[Lees verder]

Buy.com launches Garage Sale service on Facebook
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online shopping site Buy.com said on Tuesday it has launched a new shopping service named Garage Sale for users of online social networking sites such as Facebook.com.[Lees verder]

UK stops Facebook ads, wants safeguards
LONDON (Reuters) – The British government has halted its advertising on the social networking Web site Facebook over concerns about how its ads are displayed, its communication arm said in a statement.[Lees verder]

More time spent on Web than newspapers: study
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. consumers this year will spend more of their day surfing the Internet than reading newspapers or going to the movies or listening to recorded music, according a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

New York Times to end paid Web service: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York Times Co. plans to stop charging Internet users for access to its columnists and Op-Ed pieces on a section of its Web site known as TimesSelect, The New York Post reported on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Apple unveils redesigned iMac
CUPERTINO, California (Reuters) – Apple Inc. unveiled a line of slimmer desktop computers on Tuesday in a long-expected update of its iMac brand, positioning it for the back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons.[Lees verder]

China hopes to cure Internet addicts at summer camp
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China is launching an experimental summer camp for 40 youngsters to try to wean them off their Internet addiction, state media said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

O.J. Simpson ordered to pay Goldmans over game
SANTA MONICA, California (Reuters) – Relatives of murder victim Ron Goldman won a court order on Tuesday seizing any money O.J. Simpson earns for lending his name and likeness to a football video game with a fictional team called the Assassins and a knife-wielding mascot.[Lees verder]

Microsoft to cut price of Xbox 360
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will cut the price of its main Xbox 360 video game console model by about 13 percent in the United States, hoping to boost sales ahead of the crucial holiday season.[Lees verder]

Yahoo pacts with reality-TV producer
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – In an increasingly rare collaboration with Hollywood, Yahoo Inc. has signed a production deal with the company behind such reality shows as “Temptation Island” and “Joe Millionaire.”[Lees verder]

Buy.com launches Garage Sale service on Facebook
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Online shopping site Buy.com said on Tuesday it has launched a new shopping service named Garage Sale for users of online social networking sites such as Facebook.com.[Lees verder]

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