Sky’s financial results brought out commentators suggesting there may be a slow down on the horizon for them. Mounting costs include cost of HD kit, building their broadband and reducing churn.
Archive for July, 2006
Like a bucket with hole, details about Archo’s new range of Personal Media Players are dripping all over the place.
The world’s longest-running music show bites the dust as music lovers turn to the Internet.
31.Jul – 6.Aug.2006
The approach to Megabit is super casual. It’s made by the people who attend, for the people attending. Sounds fun.
They describe it like this …
Megabit is an open air network event unlike any other event. We try to combine interesting lectures on new technologies, security and other interesing stuff with hanging out with people you would otherwise probably only meet online. Quite some things are organized by participants, including this website.
P2P file-sharing network Kazaa have settled the many different lawsuits against them around the globe. They plan to go legit.
Give yourself a chance to win a copy of The Long Tail book, simply by filling out our readers survey.
Wired editor in chief, Chris Anderson, explains how the Internet is revolutionising business models and buying habits.
It’s not surprising that some think that the AOL/Time Warner deal wasn’t good. This is the first time that Steve Case has said he’s sorry about it.
Nielsen/NetRatings data shows that Google are still the lords of search with 49.4 per cent of all Web searches.
The whole planet’s going mobile crazy as handsets diversify in a frenzy of convergence.