Stories for Jun. 2, 2003

Kazaa parent Sharman Networks and Altnet will jointly release a new bundle of file-swapping software that will include components of a new h… Read more »

CenterSpan is in taks with “a very large company in the media and entertainment industry” that is interested in CenterSpan’s technology beca… Read more »

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“Registration is the drumbeat of 2003, rather than firewalls,” he says. Both Benz and Yelvington dismiss the subscription tactic. Morris exp… Read more »

Three years after opening shop as an Internet-based financial news provider, WebFN is calling it quits. WebFN was launched in January 2001 a… Read more »

Stories for May. 30, 2003

LucasFilm will offer a sneak preview of its redesigned Website and first-ever online subscription service. Called Starwars.com Hyperspace, t… Read more »

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“I would be surprised if a major PC company was not offering a music service toward the critical Christmas buying season in the fourth quart… Read more »

“AOL Time Warner had long been a Microsoft holdout, endorsing RealNetworks’ technology and, more recently, developing its own internal strea… Read more »

Stories for May. 29, 2003

A Cardiff, UK company is to offer people a regular message from the bible via their mobile phones in an attempt to show how up-to-date the c… Read more »

“The simplest entry for Amazon would entail partnering with a third party such as Ecast, which has acquired distribution rights for some mus… Read more »

The companies announced a seven-year pact under which AOL will use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browsing technology for free over the next… Read more »

“Apple is the new MTV,” said Numair Faraz, 18, who has started several online service companies. “It is the new funnel for music. When thing… Read more »

MTV’s prepaid mobile services (branded “HELLO_MTV”) will initially be available in Sweden from the 1st June 2003 and will include a unique s… Read more »

Stories for May. 28, 2003

Yep, one of the big online dating site should buy out Friendster…I have already called online dating sector as a bubble before, and this i… Read more »

Sony has unveiled a game machine on Wednesday, the “PSX,” that puts a TV tuner, DVD recorder and game player in a single box.
For brilliant… Read more »

Amazon.com will rule the world, someday, like Wal-Mart. “Asked if Amazon was planning to open an online music store, Bezos said that ‘we’ve… Read more »

Online music service MusicNet has laid off about 30 people in its Seattle office…majority owner RealNetworks is phasing out Musicnet from… Read more »

CNet Networks shares were up by more than 23 percent in afternoon trading Wednesday, on more than three times their average daily volume. St… Read more »

Walt Disney is in talks with German telecom company T-Online to offer movies on demand, online, according to this translated version of the… Read more »

Financial news and info sites like TheStreet.com and CBS Marketwatch have been doing well in the stock market. “There is a lack of financial… Read more »

The DRM problem with ebooks: “Companies are trying to address the problem — by coming up with new forms of temporary electronic “ink,” that… Read more »

Telekom Austria broadband ADSL subscribers will have access to a new video-on-demand service, Aon.tv, starting from 7 June. The service will… Read more »

Apple Computer has limited a music-sharing feature from the latest version of iTunes after some Mac owners used it to swap songs over the In… Read more »

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