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Friends Reunited Signs ex-FT boss in Expansion Push: Online reunion site Friends Reunited has hired former FT chief Michael Murphy as part o… Read more »

Bloomberg, Reuters Face Challenge From New-Tech Upstarts: Reuters Group and Bloomberg may be heading the same way as the now-defunct telex m… Read more »

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European Carriers Unite for M-commerce: Four of Europe’s top wireless operators have joined forces on a mobile payment initiative designed t… Read more »

Vodafone plans to head off the threat posed by the launch of the UK’s first third generation mobile phone network by offering its customers… Read more »

Ministry of Sound Adds Paid Downloads to Site: Ministry of Sound is relaunching its website to offer users music and video downloads from to… Read more »

UK Newspapers in a Wireless/PDA Delivery Deal: Online payment processor WorldPay has linked up with mobile services firm Roundpoint to provi… Read more »

UK Ring Tone Market Worth £60 M a Year: This according to UK-based research company NOPWorld and Swedish Mobile Metrix, who surveyed people… Read more »

Lycos Europe pushes premium services strategy: Lycos Europe is preparing a big push for its premium services and says it wants to earn at le… Read more »

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The Rarity Value of Content: An analysis of the online information sector: “The current economic climate is beneficial to niche providers of… Read more »

Why European ISPs Need Partners: On-line subscription services for newspapers, music, and gaming finally are becoming viable businesses. Ope… Read more »

Music Industry Faces New Threats On Web: A Dutch man is about to go into business as an enabler of Internet peer-to-peer services. He wants… Read more »

Reed Elsevier Third Largest Online Company: Reed Elsevier yesterday claimed the unlikely title of the world’s third largest internet company… Read more »

Bango Unveils New WAP Text Payment Offer: UK mobile company Bango.net has signed content providers such as Emap’s Parker’s Cars Guide and sh… Read more »

Ericsson and Sony Music Germany Launch Wireless Music Content Service: Ericsson and Sony Music Germany will collaborate on a new digital mob… Read more »

Swedish broadband provider Bredbandbolaget and SF Anytime have launched broadband cinema across Sweden. 120 movies and a large number of TV… Read more »

European Phantasy Star Online Pricing: Infogrames has confirmed the monthly subscription costs for the European version of Phantasy Star Onl… Read more »

Reuters to Buy Multex: Reuters, which has just announced a major restructuring, has also announced an agreement to buy the rest of Multex.co… Read more »

Online Newspapers Show Little Interest in Innovative Payment Systems (Europe): A detailed story (and a report) the the European content paym… Read more »

German Music Industry to Launch Download Portal: The German music industry is clubbing together to offer their customers a more attractive d… Read more »

Life advice via SMS for iVillage.co.uk users: IVillage.co.uk has teamed up with the life coach Fiona Harrold to offer users a lifestyle coac… Read more »

Yahoo!, BT Partner for Broadband Services
: The content player and service provider will intro premium services, including spam control and… Read more »

Lycos Europe Registers First Positive EBITDA: Lycos Europe has recorded for the first time positive earnings before interest, tax, depreciat… Read more »

Cricket Sites Wisden.com and CricInfo.com Plan Merger: Two of the most popular cricket portals — Wisden.com and CricInfo.com — are in adva… Read more »

European Digital Music Players Merge: Vitaminic SpA, the European digital music solutions provider, has announced that it has signed a defin… Read more »

European Mobile Gaming Worth Over E3bn by 2005: Mobile gaming will generate E500m in Western Europe in 2003 and over E3bn in 2005, a new stu… Read more »

Spanish Site Starts Paid Subscription Scheme: Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia’s website has a new look and a new business model as of Saturd… Read more »

Sun Online Launches Paid-For Archive (UK) (via AOP):
The Sun Online has launched a paid-for searchable archive, allowing users to
access a… Read more »

T-Online to Launch TV-Based Internet at End-2003: T-Online International AG will start to bring video and e-mail to German TV sets, through… Read more »

Vodafone to Offer MSN Services: Vodafone Group plans to launch a service allowing its U.K. subscribers to tap into their Microsoft MSN e-mai… Read more »

Intec Telecom Systems Launches Content Commerce System: Intec Telecom Systems, a London-based telecom services provider, has launched a new… Read more »

Italy’s Mobile Users to Will be Able View Broadcasts Over Their Handsets: Two of Italy’s biggest communications companies, RAI and TIM, have… Read more »

Reuters Signs Up to New 3G Service: Reuters will provide news and financial text alerts to users of Hutchison’s new third generation mobile… Read more »

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