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UMAThought Leader Steve Shaw on TMCnet

Few people know more about UMA than Steve Shaw... He really lives and breathes this market. This is why I am thrilled Steve will be writing for TMCnet with a special focus on unwired mobile access or UMA. Here is...

The Liability of Social Networking

About a decade ago an attorney friend of mine told me that you should always delete emails that are one year old. He went on to explain from a lawsuit/discovery process, these e-mails could come back to haunt you. And...

Why Skype Should be Sold to Google

There are now rumors circulating that Google will buy Skype. These rumors are not new -- I wrote about this as recently as November 20 of 2007. But they did die down for a while and have been renewed. I...

Pakistan Blocks YouTube Worldwide

It is quite scary to hear that when Pakistan ordered YouTube to be blocked, they accidentally blocked the site around the world. Can you imagine what would happen if other countries start  accidentally blocking unfriendly sites worldwide? More...

Pakistan Blocks YouTube

Remember a while back when I suggested we use YouTube as a political barometer in response to Iran blocking the video sharing site? Well, Pakistan is the latest country to join the list of YouTube blockers. More See also: Blogging...

Judge Gives Google a Viacom Copyright Lawsuit Extension

Apparently sometimes even Google needs more time to search through documents. In fact, a judge has granted the search leader two more months to scan through 4.5 billion documents pertaining to a lawsuit with Viacom regarding copyright infringement relating to...

Mobile Advertising Grows to $16.5 Billion

I was perusing some articles on mobile advertising recently and was absolutely stunned at how big some analysts think this market will be. According to this TMCnet article, Strategy Analytics predicts the global market for mobile advertising is slated to...

Nielsen/NetRatings Changes Measurements

The success of sites embodying AJAX has driven a need to change the way websites are measured. Generally, most sites are measured by “page views” or how many pages are viewed on a site. If you were to read 5...

Nokia N800 The Real Story

What is the world’s toughest job at the moment? It has to be trying to compete head on with the iPhone. But as Om Malik points out, the Nokia N800 does a great deal of what the iPhone does not...

SimulScribe: Real Visual Voicemail

So here I sit on vacation missing the hysteria taking the nation by storm. Of course I am talking about the iPhone lunacy. This device will definitely change the telecom world for the better and moreover it is already a...

SimulScribe: Real Visual Voicemail

So here I sit on vacation missing the hysteria taking the nation by storm. Of course I am talking about the iPhone lunacy. This device will definitely change the telecom world for the better and moreover it is already a...

Nokia N800 and Free WiFi

The Nokia N800 tablet is an exciting example of what communications technology can and should be. I was sent one from the company to try and to be honest I didn’t expect to be impressed. When I started using it...

Vulcan Flipstart, Verizon and YouTube

This is a busy news week with announcements and commentary from virtually all areas of communications and technology. Starting small, Gary Krakow has a review of the Vulcan Flipstart which is a company founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. Gary...

Entertainment Wars

Movie review site Fandango was snapped up today by cable company Comcast with the ultimate goal for Comcast being increased web traffic and support for a new site Fancast.com devoted to allowing consumers to watch on demand content on a...

Musings for March 7, 2007

Now it has been a while since I was in the mood to muse as it were but when the muse mood strikes it is best to be by a keyboard so you can ponder the ramifications of world events....

GizmoCall

Michael Robertson over at Gizmo Project has some thoughts on how he expects the world to embrace free advertising supported content. His company SIPphone has launched a new service called GizmoCall.com allowing anyone to speak for free to virtually any...

Tech Musings: CES, Dell, Microsoft, YouTube

The world has gone gadget crazy this week and the media seems to be focused exclusively on MP3 players, video games and phones. But our obsession with toys is flooding the media with news that is taking the place of...

YouTube Relations as Political Barometer

I find recent YouTube news is a great way to see how countries look at technology and the internet. On the one hand a Japanese group feels YouTube must rein in copyright violations. The group goes on to say YouTube...

YouTube: Invention of the Year

I suppose selling your business for almost 2 billion dollars is great but does this make your invention worthy of being the Invention of the Year from Time Magazine? There have been many video sharing sites over the years and...

Google and Video Advertising

Google is already winning the war for the hearts and minds of advertising decision makers with its YouTube acquisition. In fact Volvo is looking to work more closely with Google as its next car is going to launch with only...

Ecosystem 2.0

With all the talk lately of web 2.0 and whether it is a real or just an arbitrary designation we may find ourselves discussing the wrong topic. There are many who wonder about web 2.0 asking what it is and...

Will YouTube Have Any Files Left?

A good question to ask after today’s announcement that YouTube purged 30,000 copyrighted files is if any files will be left when all the copyrighted ones have been deleted?...

Google and YouTube

James has some good analysis on the Google/YouTube deal and I agree with Mark Cuban on this one. To an extent anyway. The company will be sued but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a viable way to continue to turn...

News for Buster Poindexter

Do you remember that song -- How you feelin - hot hot hot!? It was one of those weird offbeat kind of classic-pop songs (listen). I was reminded of this song recently when I heard one of the Apple laptops...
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