ZenZui lets cellphone users zoom into the Web

ZenZui lets cellphone users zoom into the Web
NEW YORK (Reuters) – ZenZui, a newly formed company spun out of Microsoft Corp.’s technology research, aims to help cellphone subscribers easily link to their favorite Web sites, even on tiny mobile phone screens.[Lees verder]

Yahoo signs first partners in mobile ad push
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday will take the next step to bring advertising to mobile phones by offering publishers of Web sites aimed at cellphone users a set of tools for posting and managing ads via Yahoo.[Lees verder]

The Onion launches news videos
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Satirical newspaper the Onion has entered the world of online video, debuting three Onion News Network clips on its site (http://www.onion.com).[Lees verder]

“Voicemail” rings true to ABC.com
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – ABC.com launched its first shortform original series Monday titled “Voicemail,” a series of videos chronicling a decade of a twentysomethings’ phone messages.[Lees verder]

YouTube presents awards to its first stars
NEW YORK (Reuters) – With a virtual drum roll, online video-sharing Web site YouTube on Monday announced the winners of its inaugural awards, paying tribute to the wannabe stars who have used the site as a launching pad to fast fame.[Lees verder]

Time Inc. to end Life magazine but keep it online
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Inc. said on Monday it would stop publishing Life, the iconic photography magazine that has been a weekly newspaper insert since 2004.[Lees verder]

Sprint to cut mobile phone song price to 99 cents
ORLANDO, Fla (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp. plans to cut its digital music download fee to 99 cents per song, matching prices at iTunes, the leading Internet music service run by Apple Inc..[Lees verder]

New Jersey lawmakers may ban texting while driving
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – New Jersey drivers who insist on sending text messages on their cell phones or personal digital assistants may find themselves on the wrong side of the law if legislators approve a new bill.[Lees verder]

Saudi Arabia sets jail penalties for cybercrimes
RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Monday it will impose 1-year prison sentences and fines of 500,000 riyals ($133,000) for Internet hacking and misuse of mobile telephone cameras, such as taking unauthorized pictures.[Lees verder]

ZenZui lets cellphone users zoom into the Web
NEW YORK (Reuters) – ZenZui, a newly formed company spun out of Microsoft Corp.’s technology research, aims to help cellphone subscribers easily link to their favorite Web sites, even on tiny mobile phone screens.[Lees verder]

Yahoo signs first partners in mobile ad push
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday will take the next step to bring advertising to mobile phones by offering publishers of Web sites aimed at cellphone users a set of tools for posting and managing ads via Yahoo.[Lees verder]

The Onion launches news videos
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Satirical newspaper the Onion has entered the world of online video, debuting three Onion News Network clips on its site (http://www.onion.com).[Lees verder]

“Voicemail” rings true to ABC.com
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – ABC.com launched its first shortform original series Monday titled “Voicemail,” a series of videos chronicling a decade of a twentysomethings’ phone messages.[Lees verder]

YouTube presents awards to its first stars
NEW YORK (Reuters) – With a virtual drum roll, online video-sharing Web site YouTube on Monday announced the winners of its inaugural awards, paying tribute to the wannabe stars who have used the site as a launching pad to fast fame.[Lees verder]

Time Inc. to end Life magazine but keep it online
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Time Inc. said on Monday it would stop publishing Life, the iconic photography magazine that has been a weekly newspaper insert since 2004.[Lees verder]

Sprint to cut mobile phone song price to 99 cents
ORLANDO, Fla (Reuters) – Sprint Nextel Corp. plans to cut its digital music download fee to 99 cents per song, matching prices at iTunes, the leading Internet music service run by Apple Inc..[Lees verder]

New Jersey lawmakers may ban texting while driving
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – New Jersey drivers who insist on sending text messages on their cell phones or personal digital assistants may find themselves on the wrong side of the law if legislators approve a new bill.[Lees verder]

Saudi Arabia sets jail penalties for cybercrimes
RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Monday it will impose 1-year prison sentences and fines of 500,000 riyals ($133,000) for Internet hacking and misuse of mobile telephone cameras, such as taking unauthorized pictures.[Lees verder]

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