Thursday, April 28, 2005

Nokia Phones Mark New Era of Differentiation (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The line of new Nokia (NYSE: NOK) mobile phone handsets announced Wednesday seems to have something for everyone -- music, high-resolution digital photography, and, of course, the ability to make calls.

European Digital Library Is Proposed (AP)
AP - Six European leaders jointly proposed Thursday that works contained in European libraries be made accessible online, in what they called a"European digital library."

Apple's Tiger Begins To Prowl, Set for Release Friday (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) has kicked its flagship operating system into a higher gear, temporarily stealing the thunder from arch-rival Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) by unleashing Tiger with some 200 enhancements to the Mac platform that already has a strong, cult-like following.

Survey: TV for Mobile Phones Set to Reach Masses (Reuters)
Reuters - About 125 million consumers will bewatching television on their mobile phone in five years fromnow, a new survey found on Thursday.

Xbox Chief Wants More Casual Games (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft exec talks about the future of gaming, but won't discuss the upcoming Xbox.

IBM, Cisco Partner on Speech-Recognition Applications (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) will put their heads together in developing speech-enabled applications for business contact centers, with a focus on improving customer relations.

Novell Pushes Linux into China (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) has signed a cooperation agreement with China Standard Software Company (CS2C), the leading Linux firm in China.

New Rhapsody Service Aligns with Real Users (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - RealNetworks'(Nasdaq: RNWK) new three-tiered Rhapsody music service offers free music as well as unlimited song downloads to subscribers. The company says it fashioned the deal with an online partnership with Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) and underwriting from Chrysler.

Bahrain Site Registration Sparks Protests (AP)
AP - All Web sites operating in Bahrain must register with the country's Information Ministry under a new government mandate that has provoked protests from an international watchdog for press freedom.


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