Sky TV Planning Cloud Subscription Service For Mobile Devices

Sky TV Planning Cloud Subscription Service For Mobile Devices

0 / November 17, 2011

European TV broadcaster Sky is planning to leverage their ownership of The Cloud Wi-Fi Network (acquired in January 2011) to offer subscribers some of their favorite TV programs via mobile apps when they are using Sky controlled hot spots. According to […]

AT&T Concept Story Replaces Registers With iPads and iPhones In Chicago

AT&T Concept Story Replaces Registers With iPads and iPhones In Chicago

0 / November 17, 2011

A new AT&T concept store recently opened in Chicago giving customers a unique experience by removing registers and replacing them with iPads and iPhones for quick on the go transactions. The store also features two gigantic interactive touchscreen walls for […]

Nick Denton Says Gawker Wants to Eliminate ‘Boring’ Commenters

Nick Denton Says Gawker Wants to Eliminate ‘Boring’ Commenters

0 / November 17, 2011

If you’ve noticed a stricter than normal vibe around the Gawker comments section lately, you’re not necessarily imagining it. Nick Denton, Gawker’s mastermind, indicates that the site is focusing on attracting a higher class of commenters on the blog- despite […]

Fleshbot Up For Grabs

Fleshbot Up For Grabs

0 / November 17, 2011

If you’re not aware of Gawker’s porn title Fleshbot, you could easily be forgiven and perhaps be considered a bit of a web celibate- the site is a well-curated, Gawker-style rundown of daily internet porn. Gawker doesn’t trumpet the site […]

Research In Motion Sued Over “BBX” Trademark

Research In Motion Sued Over “BBX” Trademark

1 / November 17, 2011

Blackberry manufacturer Research In Motion is being sued by software company Basis International. The company claims that the “BBX” name which RIM uses on their latest mobile operating system is the same software name Basis uses for their Windows and […]

What You Need to Know About the Stop Online Privacy Act (Infographic)

What You Need to Know About the Stop Online Privacy Act (Infographic)

0 / November 17, 2011

The land of the free may be subject to corporate censorship if the United States Government gets its way and introduces the Stop Online Privacy Act (SOPA). Here’s everything you need to know in one handy infographic. (via Mashable)

Amazon, Time Inc. Ink Deal to Bring Mags to Kindle Fire

Amazon, Time Inc. Ink Deal to Bring Mags to Kindle Fire

0 / November 16, 2011

As the Kindle Fire makes its way into consumers’ hot little hands all around the US and Barnes & Noble readies to launch the Nook Tablet, it seems magazine publishers are scrambling to get their content onto the devices sooner […]

Facebook, Dating Site Lies Could Become Federal Crime

Facebook, Dating Site Lies Could Become Federal Crime

0 / November 16, 2011

Do any of your Facebook friends have tongue in cheek or just outright pseudonyms on the social network? We all know the internet is built on a foundation of lies, untruths and Ever conceal an important detail on Match.com, OKCupid […]

Helium Seeking Canadian Bloggers…and Lots of Them

Helium Seeking Canadian Bloggers…and Lots of Them

1 / November 16, 2011

Online content producer Helium is expanding their local coverage into Canada, and is seeking Canadian bloggers and writers to take a large number of new positions. The new jobs come as Helium has signed a new deal with an unnamed […]

Nuts: The Village Voice Sues Time Out Over Use of the Term “Best of NYC”

Nuts: The Village Voice Sues Time Out Over Use of the Term “Best of NYC”

0 / November 16, 2011

New York rag The Village Voice is suing Time Out New York because the latter used the term “Best of NYC” without permission. In a complaint filed in Manhattan federal court, the publisher of the Village Voice claimed that the […]

Wizzard Software 3rd Quarter Results: Revenue Up 15%

Wizzard Software 3rd Quarter Results: Revenue Up 15%

0 / November 16, 2011

Podcast network and service provider Wizzard Software has announced a 15% increase in revenue for the third quarter ending 30 September 2011. Total revenue for the third quarter was $1.69 million compared with $1.47 million in the third quarter of […]

Fathoming Amazon: 9 Things to Know (Infographic)

Fathoming Amazon: 9 Things to Know (Infographic)

0 / November 16, 2011

Just how big is Amazon? The following infographic explains the 9 things you need to know about Amazon. (via Frugaldad.com)

HP unveils its MacBook Air competitor

HP unveils its MacBook Air competitor

0 / November 16, 2011

The “ultrabook” marketplace is the next big laptop market to show some serious competition but all of them, regardless of the company manufacturing them, are all trying to compete against the king of the unltrbooks- Apple’s MacBook Air. Today HP […]

Google Music Service Becomes A Reality, Offers Android Compatibility

Google Music Service Becomes A Reality, Offers Android Compatibility

0 / November 16, 2011

Google on Wednesday officially launched their much-anticipated digital music store in an attempt to compete with Apple provided services. The move marks the first time that Google will sell music through the Android Market with songs costing $0.69, $0.99 and […]