Buy Music Right from your Cellphone–For a Price

Verizon recently announced that they had 30 million paid downloads of music “over the air” in the first quarter this year. This means that people are paying $1.99 for a […]

Don’t steal it. We7 it!

That’s not our headline; that’s the new slogan for We7, a new, free music service that just launched. InformationWeek is reporting that the service, backed by Peter Gabriel, is intended […]

Sony’s Movie Download Store MIA

Greg Sandoval has a sharp analysis up on CNET about Sony’s download service. The Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) is a nice game machine. But two years after its launch, […]

Kajeet and Whyville Partner for Tween Chat Service

Kajeet, a pay-as-you-go cell phone carrier that recently signed a deal with Nickelodeon, is now joining forces with virtual world Whyville to offer “tweens” a new way to talk to […]

Happy Birthday RotorBlog!

I’m very glad to announce that since today have new, unique design, and I’m very excited to switch to the new WordPress theme exactly in first birthday of RotorBlog! […]

Texting Conventions Cross Over to Writing

The State Examination Commission, an education commission in Dublin, Ireland, said that text messaging poses a threat to schoolchildren, after reviewing the examination results of 15-year-olds. “Text messaging, with its […]

Ellie-Nominated Mags Go Mobile

This week, the 2007 National Magazine Awards will showcase the best and the brightest in the magazine industry. Yet — from Fortune to Wired, and beyond — underneath the glossy […]

The Economist: Writing is on the Wall for Copy Protection

The UK-based Economist has a great article about digital rights management (DRM) called “Criminalizing the Consumer.” It’s an easy-to-read history of copy protection, as well as how it applied to […]

Report: 7 Million Download Mobile Games Each Month

The NPD Group just released a report about the mobile game industry here in the U.S. MocoNews lists some relevant numbers from the report: – 29 million subscribers play games; […]

Cingular’s New Widgets

Cingular has teamed up with Freewebs, a multimedia marketing company with clients that include Adidas, Sony, and Reebok. The two firms together will launch ad-supported ringtones and “widgets,” as well […]