Stories for Oct. 7, 2003

UK Telecom operator MMO2, BT Group’s former mobile arm, is set to become one of the first of the leading mobile operators to sell chart musi… Read more »

Another story on the inflated valuations of Chinese portals…there are plenty of concerns, starting with revenue concentration. Sohu and Si… Read more »

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(reg. req.): “Subscribers of the new Napster would pay $10 a month to play an unlimited number of songs from an Internet jukebox or download… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 6, 2003

Vivendi Universal Games has chosen Portal’s billing solution for its online massively multi-player (OLMMP) games Read more »

“With at least a dozen players likely to enter the market over the next few months, competition will be fierce…Two classes of winners will… Read more »

Technology Review has launched a blog…the blog functionality is still pretty basic: it needs permalinks and an RSS feed. But it has great… Read more »

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Not surprised by this announcement for NetScreen is feeling the heat from Cisco which has become increasingly aggressive when it comes to Security and security related products. Even CheckFree, the leader in the space is coming under pressure from Cisco. Earlier this year, F5 Networks paid […] Read more »

3, the 3G operator in UK, has opened up its subscriber base to premium SMS: The Sun is the first media owner to go live with a premium SMS s… Read more »

The Tiscali portal from Italy is going in an overdrive in the UK market, as another ISP vying with its arch-rivals Freeserve, AOL and BT fo… Read more »

I am working on my first report: “The Digital Sports Report”, and will include online and wireless sports coverage. I figured I have more th… Read more »

NY Times is considering starting blogs, and its online editor went to the blog fest BloggerCon this weekend to figure out how… Read more »

A profile of Celecast, a mobile content/technology company which is enabling college football game commenatry and scores over the cell phone… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 5, 2003

Many of us focus on the big problems telecom companies are facing – flight of customers to wireless services, switching to local competitors or simply those pesky financial issues like billions upon billions in debt. However, there is one little issue which gets overlooked – customer […] Read more »

Microsoft has expanded its relationship with BIOS maker Phoenix Technologies in a deal designed to more closely integrate the basic building… Read more »

An interesting story in Newsweek about how marketing the legal music services will remain a chalenge, in what might end up being an undiffer… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 4, 2003

More truly useful applications for wireless networking are finally coming on the market. Applications like these will encourage more people… [Muniwireless] Read more »

Jupitermedia seems to be acting like a drunk teenager on a prom night these days, when it comes to acquisitions. It has bought out DRM Watch… Read more »

OneSource, the B2B info service, has received an unsolicited bid to take it private, from 32 percent owner ValueAct Capital Partners. It ha… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 3, 2003

Well, the first real controversy in the mobile content arena: Bitter UK telecom rivals Vodafone and 3 have teamed up to win the race for the… Read more »

Leading Internet stocks rose to fresh 52-week highs Friday, as some bet that next week’s earnings, which will kick off with Yahoo on Wednesd… Read more »

This goes slightly counter to the trend, but has expanded its relationship with Yahoo Finance…it will provide more stories, mainly… Read more »

Almost seven months ago, on a typically cold and harrowing day in New York, I met Jeff (Pulver) and his most efficient partner-in-arms Dan for a cup of coffee at Dean & Deluca near New York University. It was mere minutes away from Red Herring (version […] Read more »

WirelessWeek: “‘It’s spectrum, spectrum, spectrum’ for the commission’s agenda in the coming months, [FCC Chairman Powell] said.” [Werblog] Read more »

(large PDF file: 2.9 MB, 110 pages): Wanna BOD? Here’s a term I have just coined: blogging over dose…
Anyway, Nieman Foundation has publis… Read more »

Movielink’s Tyler Goldman: Movielink faces pressures not only from content piracy, but also from the fact that it’s not an early “window” in… Read more »

Bob Pittman, the former AOL exec. has launched his own media investment firm called the Pilot Group. The firm is seeking to buy or invest in… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 2, 2003
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