If’ you’re a glutton for punishment you’re welcome to come visit with me at tomorrow’s (12/1) meeting of the Rockwall Computer Council. The meeting starts at 6:30pm at Rockwall City Place, 108 Washington St. I’ll bring the new Macbook Air, an Apple TV, a Samsung Galaxy Tablet and a new Kindle 3 to demonstrate. I […]
Verizon Wireless, which promised almost two months ago that it would launch its 4G network before the end of 2010, will discuss tomorrow in a news conference how it plans to make good on that goal. Well, I presume that’s what the company is going to discuss, although to be fair, the announcement says only […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. telecommunications regulators proposed on Tuesday freeing up more airwaves for wireless services to meet the expanding use of handheld devices.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – EU regulators opened a formal investigation into Google on Tuesday, putting pressure on the world’s top Internet search engine to offer concessions to settle antitrust complaints and avert a lengthy battle like Microsoft.
Nielsen introduced in 1987 the “Local People Meter” for measuring TV ratings. (source) Here’s my article from Sunday’s paper looking at how Nielsen, which has ruled the TV ratings measurement business since 1950, is facing new competition from new technology. Rentrak is pitching its ability to pull television viewership data from millions of digital set […]
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp is about to jump back into the TV game. Only this time, it may aim at cable, satellite and phone companies.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp is open to a sale of beleaguered MySpace after a relaunch of the social network as an entertainment site, Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey told Reuters.