Wednesday, May 04, 2005


An MTV Host Moves to Radio, Giving Voice to Audible Blogs
Adam Curry, a former MTV host who helped start the craze for the amateur audio programs known as podcasts, will produce and be host of a four-hour podcast show each weekday on Sirius Satellite Radio.
By KEN BELSON

Let's Make Some Magic, With No Strings Attached
The appeal of wireless technology has as much to do with glamour as it has to do with practicality.
By VIRGINIA POSTREL

Profit at Nortel in 4th Quarter Declined 75%on Falling Sales
Nortel's sales dropped 20 percent, as the company deals with financial restatements as well as criminal and securities investigations.
By IAN AUSTEN

The Web Behind the Scrawl
Founded by a New York University graduate student, John Geraci, last December, grafedia is a new and growing form of street art that brings together the wireless and physical worlds.
By ETHAN TODRAS-WHITEHILL

New Capabilities Breed New Accessories
On the cellphone front, gadgets and services previously known in other domains are fighting for a spot next to mobile dial pads.
By BOB TEDESCHI

Latest Promotion Vehicle Is a Hand-Held Media Device. Will Anyone Watch?
Sony has given advertisers another venue in their struggle to reach increasingly distracted consumers: its PlayStation Portable.
By NAT IVES

A Megachurch's Leader Says Microsoft Is No Match
Ken Hutcherson claims to be the person who forced Microsoft to withdraw its support of a gay rights bill before the Washington State Legislature.
By SARAH KERSHAW

You're Ice Cold at a Hot Spot: 7 Reasons Why
The distance between your wireless laptop and the Internet is a lot longer than you might have imagined. What can go wrong? Let us count the ways.
By DAVID POGUE

New Technology Is the Big Challenge for Madison Avenue's Executives
Advertising poo-bahs are gathering for an annual conference in Bermuda, where they will discuss how technology is challenging their ability to deliver commercials to consumers.
By STUART ELLIOTT

The Future Calls, and Mom Says Call Back
A do-it-yourself Wi-Fi mobile phone may be the wave of the future, but don't call Mom just yet.
By SETH SCHIESEL

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