Yahoo mobile services to run on Google-based phones

Yahoo mobile services to run on Google-based phones
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc will create versions of its mobile Internet services to run on various phone platforms, potentially including Google’s phone software and the Apple iPhone, a top executive said on Monday.[Lees verder]

New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Times Co and business news channel CNBC will share video and stories from each other’s Web sites in an alliance that could bolster them against an expected assault by News Corp.[Lees verder]

Matsushita’s Panasonic and Google to launch Internet TVs
TOKYO (Reuters) – Web giant Google Inc is developing televisions that display Internet content such as photos and videos together with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co Ltd’s Panasonic unit.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to be more social under CEO Yang revival plan
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Jerry Yang on Monday highlighted his vision for reinvigorating the pioneering Web company and solidifying Yahoo’s role as the essential starting point for Web users.[Lees verder]

Blockbuster Online site downed by system problem
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The online movie rental service operated by Blockbuster Inc was temporarily taken down on Monday after it experienced a “systems” problem, a company spokesman said.[Lees verder]

New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Times Co and business news channel CNBC will share video and stories from each other’s Web sites in an alliance that could bolster them against an expected assault by News Corp.[Lees verder]

Thousands follow soldier’s fate in WW1 “blog”
LONDON (Reuters) – Thousands of people have been following the fate of a British soldier fighting in the trenches of World War One on a Web site publishing his letters home exactly 90 years after they were written.[Lees verder]

U.S. arrests 8 in online sports betting operation
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. authorities arrested eight people on Monday in connection with a Costa Rica-based online sports gambling operation they said made millions of dollars in profits annually.[Lees verder]

Sears accused of violating consumer fraud law
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Retailer Sears, Roebuck & Co has been hit with a lawsuit seeking class-action status that alleges a company Web site compromises customers’ private information.[Lees verder]

Yahoo mobile services to run on Google-based phones
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc will create versions of its mobile Internet services to run on various phone platforms, potentially including Google’s phone software and the Apple iPhone, a top executive said on Monday.[Lees verder]

New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Times Co and business news channel CNBC will share video and stories from each other’s Web sites in an alliance that could bolster them against an expected assault by News Corp.[Lees verder]

Matsushita’s Panasonic and Google to launch Internet TVs
TOKYO (Reuters) – Web giant Google Inc is developing televisions that display Internet content such as photos and videos together with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co Ltd’s Panasonic unit.[Lees verder]

Yahoo to be more social under CEO Yang revival plan
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Jerry Yang on Monday highlighted his vision for reinvigorating the pioneering Web company and solidifying Yahoo’s role as the essential starting point for Web users.[Lees verder]

Blockbuster Online site downed by system problem
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The online movie rental service operated by Blockbuster Inc was temporarily taken down on Monday after it experienced a “systems” problem, a company spokesman said.[Lees verder]

New York Times and CNBC in Web deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Times Co and business news channel CNBC will share video and stories from each other’s Web sites in an alliance that could bolster them against an expected assault by News Corp.[Lees verder]

Thousands follow soldier’s fate in WW1 “blog”
LONDON (Reuters) – Thousands of people have been following the fate of a British soldier fighting in the trenches of World War One on a Web site publishing his letters home exactly 90 years after they were written.[Lees verder]

U.S. arrests 8 in online sports betting operation
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. authorities arrested eight people on Monday in connection with a Costa Rica-based online sports gambling operation they said made millions of dollars in profits annually.[Lees verder]

Sears accused of violating consumer fraud law
ATLANTA (Reuters) – Retailer Sears, Roebuck & Co has been hit with a lawsuit seeking class-action status that alleges a company Web site compromises customers’ private information.[Lees verder]