Stories for Oct. 14, 2003

E-Data, a Long Island-based company that’s focused largely on licensing its patents, contends that Microsoft, ISP Tiscali and digital music… Read more »

Stories for Oct. 13, 2003

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RealNetworks will provide coverage of 2003 Rugby World Cup, through its RealOne service…the coverage will inclide live audio of every matc… Read more »

This follows this morning’s announcement that Cisco won the core router contract from Verizon, while Juniper won the edge-routers. That is surprising given that the strengths of the two rivals are in exactly different categories. Cisco’s edge routers are well liked while Juniper has been whopping […] Read more »

This is the latest in bonehead decisions. Cable business was one sector of the telecom market that was doing well. The San Francisco US District Court in its infinite wisdom thinks otherwise. “A legal decision striking down a key definition of cable broadband as an information […] Read more »

Dialog has released Dialog Portals, its new service for integrating content into enterprise portals. A major selling point for the new offer… Read more »

AOL Time Warner will revert to its old moniker later this week… Time Warner will also return to using its former ticker symbol, “TWX,” and… Read more »

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(sub. req) WSJ has a series of stories today on the broadband market: here’s three of them, courtesy the nice people at WSJ.com:
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Europe’s largest Internet provider T-Online has closed a deal with Hollywood studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to show MGM’s movies over IP…the d… Read more »

NBC plans to introduce sites for its 15 Telemundo stations within the next few months, a move that could position Telemundo as first out of… Read more »

As musical recordings have increasingly shed their physical form, the record industry and its customers have been at odds over what it all s… Read more »

Phillip Swann makes some predictions, what else: “The Media Center is dead on arrival. The American people will not watch television on thei… Read more »

The software services giant – one of the leading providers of low-cost outsourcing – posts another jump in earnings. [BBC News | tech] Read more »

Apple is finally getting its act together and this might be its first real move into the grid computing space. Its X-Servers are perfect for any kind of grid solution, thanks to the BSD/Darwin heritage. I think the next thing Apple should focus on is developing […] Read more »

Telecom Geneva, the biggest telecom shin-dig is under way in Switzerland. More than 80,000 telephone executives are set for the mammoth ITU Telecom World 2003 show, hoping their industry is finally undergoing a long-awaited turnaround, according to CNET News.com Read more »

Stories for Oct. 12, 2003

Anyone else experiencing this kind of outage? I guess all that looting by the Rigas is beginning to have some impact on the overall network at Adelphia. bq. According to Adelphia tech support, PowerLink, their cable modem service, is down throughout California right now. The problem […] Read more »

From my In-Box : This is a review of the recently announced Sierra Wireless SmartPhone, which apparently is not very smart. I am still wondering when a MS SmartPhone will show up on these shores. bq. There’s not a whole lot to love about the Voq. […] Read more »

October 18, 2003: Update: There is a small update: BroadbandBlog.com, the domain is alive now. We still need to change the artwork and make some more modifications. I will keep you posted. Mike is hard at work. Murphy’s Law: when it comes to websites, something will […] Read more »

Stories for Oct. 11, 2003

U.S. Bancorp Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster thinks that there’s room for only two players in the online music market: he’s betting Apple… Read more »

The telecoms boom and bust, and the many colourful and crooked characters who lined their pockets on the way, produced a crop of books, the most entertaining of which is “Broadbandits: Inside the $750 billion Telecom Heist” by Om Malik, formerly a writer at Red Herring, […] Read more »

Stories for Oct. 10, 2003

This is the most amazing story of the transformative powers of investigative media…there’s so much more to it than this short story mentio… Read more »

Michael O’Donnell, the outgoing CEO of Salon Media Group, has plans to advise tech startups in financing and distribution, according to this… Read more »

A bold and controversial experiment in academic publishing–which may have ramifications in commercial publishing–will go live on Monday: T… Read more »

Microsoft to Develop Broadband TV For Telcos… Well it will be now a blue-tone of death. Microsoft says it will develop software to deliver standard television over the Internet, targeting telecoms operators wanting to expand their business. Bell Canada and India’s Reliance Infocomm will work with […] Read more »

(via Gawker) The (in)famous Yahoo sign on Lafayette/Houston street is gone… Read more »

There’s a new battleground in your office: the PBX. For decades PBX boxes, which route phone calls, used analog technologies. Now, with the growing popularity of Internet-protocol-based phone systems, the dowdy PBX is getting a face-lift. With $2 billion in annual sales at stake, it’s no […] Read more »

Hey, we got our first classifieds ad! Who knows, this might turn out to be something good…
It is a position at KeepMedia..see more details… Read more »

(via Lost Remote): MTV is considering a move into online music downloads…Tom Freston, CEO of MTV Networks, said the company was studying t… Read more »

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