MySpace Redesign – Do You Need It?

I haven’t met anyone who like design of MySpace homepage. I know that design of individual profile pages is another story, but also the main page isn’t any masterpiece of […]

Firefox Extensions: MySpace and Facebook Toolbar

Unofficial MySpace Toolbar This is great must-have Firefox extension for all MySpace users who want to make their life easier and make browser functionality even better. Using MySpace toolbar you […]

CBS Chief on Mobile TV: ‘As Long as We Get Paid’

Wired posted an interview with CBS president Leslie Moonves discussing YouTube, Google, and Internet distribution in general. It’s particularly relevant, since CBS just announced that they’re going against the flow […]

IAC Launches Ask Mobile GPS

IAC, the company behind Ask.com, just started a new service for cellphones called Ask Mobile GPS (gps.ask.com). Like a number of other mobile initiatives (particularly from the major portals like […]

Motorola Gobbles Up Another Video Company

Motorola just announced that they’re buying Modulus Video, a video-encoding vendor that they’ve been working with for the past two years. Modulus Video is by no means a household name, […]

comScore: Podcast Listeners Skew Older

Many top-rated podcasts are geared toward business and educational topics. Perhaps as a result, the demographics for podcast listeners skew older than expected, according to a new comScore study in […]

First Made-for-Mobile TV Company Launches

GoTV Networks is a small studio that creates television shows exclusively for mobile phones. GoTV focuses on lightweight shows targeted at a younger audience, with categories such as “Music, Sports, […]

Picture SlideShows for MySpace

No doubt that photo sharing is one of the most popular things between MySpace users. And if you are sharing your photos I’m pretty sure you have thought about how […]

Mobile ESPN Returns with a Vengeance (Not Really)

Mobile ESPN, the ill-fated MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) that died last year from a lack of interest, is now back. This time around, it’s no longer a completely separate […]

Amazon Announces DRM-Free Music Store

Well, it’s for real. After some earlier rumor-mongering, Amazon just announced that they’re launching a DRM-free music store by the end of 2007. The store will sell millions of tracks, […]