Stories for Jun. 4, 2003

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, who have developed a system called Fast TCP, which will let you download a whole m… Read more »

PlanetOut Partners, the online media company serving the gay and lesbian market, announced that it has achieved its first quarter of positiv… Read more »

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New additions to the service include a caching system that speeds Web page downloads and a revamped e-mail box with a spam-filtering system.… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 3, 2003

On Apple’s dilemma on not being able to get into music business because of Beatles…”It’s clear that Apple wants into the music business so… Read more »

NEC has developed a new technology called “Semantic Zoom” function, which enables the user to comfortably view webpages using TVs, PDAs and… Read more »

Metallica, who sued file-swapping network Napster in federal court, are promoting downloads of their songs via Metallicavault.com, a website… Read more »

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“As weblogs grow in importance, we can expect at least some members of the ‘diverse and equal’ camp to advocate regulation of weblogs, on th… Read more »

Amazon.com may seek partners such as Apple Computer and song distributor MusicNet for help in starting an online music service, according to… Read more »

Power Media president, MusicBiz.com principal, and RadioCentral cofounder Steve Rivers has a warning for radio: You have a new, dangerous co… Read more »

“When the time does come, Internet outfits struggling to boost their own subscription services are logical [AOL] buyers. ‘[Microsoft’s Inter… Read more »

Stories for Jun. 2, 2003

An article by Alan Meckler, the original founder of IW magazine, which closed down last week. Read more »

A straight-from the heart-into-the-gut story from Simon Dumenco: “As Time Inc. Read more »

Space Holdings, the parent company of Space.com, has received $4 million in a new round of financing from four of its original investors: B… Read more »

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 »

Stories for Jun. 1, 2003
Stories for May. 31, 2003

“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 »

“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 »

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