Archive for July 2007
Wireless carriers in the United States are spiritual descendants of dear Ma Bell: they view total control over customers as their inherited birthright.
Retail Giant Makes a Big, if Belated, Push Into the Social Web
The first of a new kind of presidential debate is scheduled for tonight, one in which members of the general public pose questions to the candidates via homemade video.
Lawmakers and consumer advocates push for rules to block wireless firms from locking gadgets and charging high cancellation fees.
Billy Wilder tours journalism's pus-filled heart in the long-lost Ace in the Hole
Vincent Dureau, Google’s head of TV technology, gave another glimpse into the mind of Google and what it might be planning for its television presence in his opening keynote at iTV Con
A Dow Jones director resigned Thursday to protest the planned sale of the company to Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, publicly siding with those who say such a shift in ownership would undermine the quality of Dow Jones and its flagship, The Wall Street Journal.
The loss of recognition for artists, thinkers and scientists has impoverished our culture in innumerable ways
Sumner Redstone is in a battle of wills with his daughter (and one-time heir apparent) and the outcome could decide the fate of the Redstone media empire.
Dollar alternatives, such as BerkShares in Massachusetts, are shoring up local economies by keeping money in the community