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NYT has a story on the fact that small, portable devices are easy to steal and fence. “For companies whose employees carry sensitive digital… Read more »

–Disney To Close MovieBeam
–NBC U Names New Digital Head
–Infinity Launches First Podcasting Radio Station
–Google Tests RSS Ad Inserts… Read more »

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Silver Screen Studios has released the rules for its 3G film contest, which has a first prize of US$500 and a 3G phone (PDF). They’re pretty… Read more »

Business 2.0 has discovered that companies are doing mobile metrics, and put up an article on M:Metrics…”The 20-person startup could face… Read more »

This is a very well-written article explaining why marketing to youth is important for any new technology, and in this case mobile phones. “… Read more »

Another day, another Google advertising move. Lots of buzz about Google’s test of AdSense ads in RSS feeds. Jason Calacanis is even using al… Read more »

For now, the Google Video upload project is very much in the collect-and-review phase.
[Jennifer Feikin, director of video at Google] conced… Read more »

Taito saw its net profit for the 2005 fiscal year fall by 51.1% compared to the previous year (The company earned 1.72 billion yen ($16.2 mi… Read more »

Mobile Entertainment Factory (MEF) in partnership with ZYX Music has scored the rights to bring the Hampsterdance to mobile phones. The rel… Read more »

The recently announced mobile strategy of Time Magazine has been compared with that of the BBC, and has not performed particularly well…”O… Read more »

Nokia has launched the “Nseries branded range of next generation multimedia devices”. The big thing appears to be the introduction of a hard… Read more »

Fonestarz — the company that brought us Hollyoaks — has signed a deal with Perfect 10 Magazine to put images and videos of the magazines “… Read more »

– Real’s Rhapsody Develops Multiple Personalities
— More On Real’s Rhapsody Trio
— Changing Consumer Behavior

— Real React
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NYT: Saul Hansell focuses on the 25 free song plays for every basic Rhapsody sub. Real will pay the labels roughly 1 cent per play; supporti… Read more »

July Systems and Deep Visions have teamed up to offer “a try-before-you-buy mobile games service” on the mobile portal Firstfun.TV. The site… Read more »

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