Yahoo! China sued for alleged copyright breach

Yahoo! China sued for alleged copyright breach
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Music industry giants including Warner Music Group Corp. are suing Yahoo! China for alleged copyright infringement by providing links to unlicensed music, trade organization IFPI said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to run on millions of Windows Mobile phones
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has added mobile phones running Microsoft’s Windows Mobile software to a growing list of handsets from device makers who feature its services on their phone screens.[Lees verder]

Friendster makes Google its ad and search supplier
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Friendster Inc. named Google Inc. as its exclusive advertising and Web search provider, part of a plan by the originator of the social network craze to expand globally, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft eyes day when camera phones aid map searches
REDMOND, Washington (Reuters) – Lost in Seattle with nothing but a camera phone? Just snap a picture of a nearby building, send off the photo to a database and soon you’ll get back a map and information about where you are.[Lees verder]

Internet “Gangstas” spark police probe
LONDON (Reuters) – Four fake “gangstas” have been arrested after posting footage of themselves brandishing weapons on the Internet, police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

MTV Networks embraces Web chaos to regain viewers
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks, owner of the MTV and Comedy Central channels, is pushing a risky new Web strategy to win back young viewers from the likes of YouTube and MySpace.[Lees verder]

AT&T, Verizon launch DVR programming by cell phone
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The top two U.S. wireless providers are starting to let customers use their mobile phones to remotely record television shows, hoping the new service will help them better compete against rivals.[Lees verder]

NJ town backs its “Idol” despite pictures
POINT PLEASANT, New Jersey (Reuters) – She may be a brash careerist willing to use XXX-rated pictures for publicity, or just a Jersey girl trying to get ahead, but Antonella Barba is easily the most famous person from this small seashore town.[Lees verder]

Wal-Mart shipping Web orders to stores for free
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said on Tuesday that it is offering free shipping on thousands of items purchased on its Web site for pick-up in more than 750 of its U.S. stores.[Lees verder]

Yahoo! China sued for alleged copyright breach
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Music industry giants including Warner Music Group Corp. are suing Yahoo! China for alleged copyright infringement by providing links to unlicensed music, trade organization IFPI said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to run on millions of Windows Mobile phones
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. has added mobile phones running Microsoft’s Windows Mobile software to a growing list of handsets from device makers who feature its services on their phone screens.[Lees verder]

Friendster makes Google its ad and search supplier
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Friendster Inc. named Google Inc. as its exclusive advertising and Web search provider, part of a plan by the originator of the social network craze to expand globally, the company said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Microsoft eyes day when camera phones aid map searches
REDMOND, Washington (Reuters) – Lost in Seattle with nothing but a camera phone? Just snap a picture of a nearby building, send off the photo to a database and soon you’ll get back a map and information about where you are.[Lees verder]

Internet “Gangstas” spark police probe
LONDON (Reuters) – Four fake “gangstas” have been arrested after posting footage of themselves brandishing weapons on the Internet, police said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

MTV Networks embraces Web chaos to regain viewers
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks, owner of the MTV and Comedy Central channels, is pushing a risky new Web strategy to win back young viewers from the likes of YouTube and MySpace.[Lees verder]

AT&T, Verizon launch DVR programming by cell phone
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The top two U.S. wireless providers are starting to let customers use their mobile phones to remotely record television shows, hoping the new service will help them better compete against rivals.[Lees verder]

NJ town backs its “Idol” despite pictures
POINT PLEASANT, New Jersey (Reuters) – She may be a brash careerist willing to use XXX-rated pictures for publicity, or just a Jersey girl trying to get ahead, but Antonella Barba is easily the most famous person from this small seashore town.[Lees verder]

Wal-Mart shipping Web orders to stores for free
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said on Tuesday that it is offering free shipping on thousands of items purchased on its Web site for pick-up in more than 750 of its U.S. stores.[Lees verder]