Archive for January, 2005
Posted by Roger on 31 January 2005 | Tagged as: Components, Microsoft, Platforms, Pricing
Cheap as chips laptop running Linux could be ready within 18 months.
Posted by Roger on 31 January 2005 | Tagged as: Apple, Content, Legal, Micropayments, Music, Pricing, Web
Stelios, the serial UK entrepreneur, wants to cut the cost of online music. Will the music companies co-operate?
Posted by Simon Perry on 28 January 2005 | Tagged as: Bluetooth, Business, Cellular, Legal, Mobile, Photography
With the ability to take photo’s with nearly every device, privacy issues arise. HP Labs have planned for this and patented a privacy solution.
Posted by Roger on 28 January 2005 | Tagged as: Content, Content Deals, Cross platform, Europe, Research
European Parliament votes in favour of plans to boost digital content market, sets new €149m budget.
Posted by Simon Perry on 28 January 2005 | Tagged as: Business, Open Source, UK, Web
Inventor of the Web, Tim Berners-Lee receives another well-deserved award, for his innovation and generosity to society.
Posted by Christian on 27 January 2005 | Tagged as: Broadband, Digital TV, Distribution, UK, Video on Demand (VoD), Web
HomeChoice subscriptions hit 15,000 and they double their reach to 2.4m homes.
Posted by Simon Perry on 27 January 2005 | Tagged as: BBC, Cross platform, Digital TV, Distribution, Industry Trends, Music, Satellite radio, UK, Web
UK Public use of the Internet to listen to radio is up again … on the same day that the BBC releases their new RadioPlayer.
Posted by Christian on 27 January 2005 | Tagged as: Business, Financials, Microsoft, USA
Real have reported positive financial results including doubling ad-supported revenues, but are still not in profit.
Posted by Christian on 26 January 2005 | Tagged as: Bluetooth, Cellular, Components, Mobile, Platforms, Wireless
Could Near Field Communications be the solution for wireless headphones?
Posted by Christian on 26 January 2005 | Tagged as: Archive, Content, Content Indexing & Navigation, Google, Search, Yahoo
Internet Giants broaden their strategies of expanding search to information on and off the Web.