Yahoo closer to Google ad outsourcing deal: report

Yahoo closer to Google ad outsourcing deal: report
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc is looking to turn over Web search advertising to Google Inc following a successful test using Google’s service to deliver ads alongside its Web search results, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.[Lees verder]

Darwin’s private papers get Internet launch
LONDON (Reuters) – The first draft of Charles Darwin’s “On The Origin Of Species” is among a wealth of papers belonging to the intensely private man who changed science being published on the Internet on Thursday for the first time.[Lees verder]

Watchdog wants global drive against online abuse
LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of child abuse Web sites around the world could be shut down if countries worked together to tackle the problem, an Internet watchdog said in a report on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Fashion and music combine for Hilfiger’s TommyTV
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. fashion company Tommy Hilfiger and music group Sony BMG teamed up on Wednesday to launch a fashion and music online TV website, a latest sign of ever closer union of the world’s of style and song.[Lees verder]

French TV broadcaster TF1 sues YouTube: report
PARIS (Reuters) – France’s largest commercial broadcaster, TF1, has filed a lawsuit against the video-sharing site YouTube and is seeking damages of 100 million euros ($158.3 million), the website of French business daily Les Echos said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Security experts split on “cyberterrorism” threat
LONDON (Reuters) – International experts called on Wednesday for greater cooperation to fight threats to computer networks but they differed on the definition of cyberterrorism, with a top British security official describing it as a “myth”.[Lees verder]

Cyber bullying common in Japan school Web sites: study
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan has over 38,000 unofficial middle and high school Web sites that are not overseen by the schools, and harassment, sexual content, and violent slang are prevalent among them, an education ministry survey showed.[Lees verder]

“Beer in Hell” flowing to big screen
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Internet star Tucker Max will adapt his bawdy bestseller “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” into a big-screen comedy.[Lees verder]

Irked Chinese Web users turn chatrooms red
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese Web users, stung by international criticism of China ahead of the Beijing Olympics, have splashed red across the Internet by adding hearts and “CHINA” to their names when chatting online in a show of support.[Lees verder]

American author Fowler explores crime in the blog era
NEW YORK (Reuters) -American writer Karen Joy Fowler found the interplay between fans, fictional characters and the Internet so fascinating that she made it a central part of her new crime novel, “Wit’s End.”[Lees verder]

Yahoo closer to Google ad outsourcing deal: report
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc is looking to turn over Web search advertising to Google Inc following a successful test using Google’s service to deliver ads alongside its Web search results, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing unnamed sources.[Lees verder]

Darwin’s private papers get Internet launch
LONDON (Reuters) – The first draft of Charles Darwin’s “On The Origin Of Species” is among a wealth of papers belonging to the intensely private man who changed science being published on the Internet on Thursday for the first time.[Lees verder]

Watchdog wants global drive against online abuse
LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of child abuse Web sites around the world could be shut down if countries worked together to tackle the problem, an Internet watchdog said in a report on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Fashion and music combine for Hilfiger’s TommyTV
LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. fashion company Tommy Hilfiger and music group Sony BMG teamed up on Wednesday to launch a fashion and music online TV website, a latest sign of ever closer union of the world’s of style and song.[Lees verder]

French TV broadcaster TF1 sues YouTube: report
PARIS (Reuters) – France’s largest commercial broadcaster, TF1, has filed a lawsuit against the video-sharing site YouTube and is seeking damages of 100 million euros ($158.3 million), the website of French business daily Les Echos said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Security experts split on “cyberterrorism” threat
LONDON (Reuters) – International experts called on Wednesday for greater cooperation to fight threats to computer networks but they differed on the definition of cyberterrorism, with a top British security official describing it as a “myth”.[Lees verder]

Cyber bullying common in Japan school Web sites: study
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan has over 38,000 unofficial middle and high school Web sites that are not overseen by the schools, and harassment, sexual content, and violent slang are prevalent among them, an education ministry survey showed.[Lees verder]

“Beer in Hell” flowing to big screen
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Internet star Tucker Max will adapt his bawdy bestseller “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” into a big-screen comedy.[Lees verder]

Irked Chinese Web users turn chatrooms red
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese Web users, stung by international criticism of China ahead of the Beijing Olympics, have splashed red across the Internet by adding hearts and “CHINA” to their names when chatting online in a show of support.[Lees verder]

American author Fowler explores crime in the blog era
NEW YORK (Reuters) -American writer Karen Joy Fowler found the interplay between fans, fictional characters and the Internet so fascinating that she made it a central part of her new crime novel, “Wit’s End.”[Lees verder]

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