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News Corp. and NBC Universal working with AOL, MSN, MySpace, and Yahoo! to compete against Google’s YouTube

News Corp. and NBC Universal working with AOL, MSN, MySpace, and Yahoo! to compete against Google’s YouTube

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[Best Syndication] News Corporation along with NBC Universal are going to launch the largest internet video distribution network that has ever been seen on the internet. This will be a large selection of television and film on the internet that will be distributed through AOL, MSN, MySpace and Yahoo!. The new media sight is scheduled to be launched sometime this summer.

This new website will allow users unlimited access to their content of dozen of networks and two major film studios. They will make money from advertisers and already have charter advertisers that include Cadbury Schweppes, Cisco, Esurance, Intel and General Motors.

Apple TV Product is now Shipping - High Definition Widescreen Support - DVD player gone High-Tech

Apple TV Product is now Shipping - High Definition Widescreen Support - DVD player gone High-Tech

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Technology is merging into multimedia center points and Apple TV is just another example of connecting the computer, internet, and television together. Apple TV is now shipping and it will make it more attractive and for people to watch internet downloaded movies, listen to music and look at you digital photos on your TV set. Apple describes their new product Apple TV as a DVD player of the future.

One thing that I can say about technology is that if it isn’t intuitive it won’t be used, and this time I think Apple TV is addressing a problem with people watching movies and videos on the internet. It just didn’t make sense at all to download a mega huge movie rental off the internet when you would have less stress going down to rent the video from your local video rental store.

Google Phone In The Works - Maybe – Unconfirmed Rumors Say Company Working On Software For Device Similar To Blackberry

Google Phone In The Works - Maybe – Unconfirmed Rumors Say Company Working On Software For Device Similar To Blackberry

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(Best Syndication) There are unconfirmed rumors concerning a new Google Phone. The Spanish Newspaper Noticias says that Isabel Aguilera, General Director of Google in Spain, confirmed that the company was working with “others” to develop a Google mobile phone.

Google has not confirmed this report, but Reuters reports that Google spokeswoman Erin Fors said on Friday, "Mobile is an important area for Google. We remain focused on creating applications and establishing and growing partnerships with industry leaders to develop innovative services for users worldwide. However, we have nothing further to announce."

Best Syndication has not been able to confirm the report, but Eric Auchard of Reuters says there are leaks from Europe and the United States which describe a low-cost, Internet-connected phone with a color, wide-screen design.

Nintendo Wii games going Online with Multiplayer Features

Nintendo Wii games going Online with Multiplayer Features

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Nintendo has announced that they will be teaming up with Fox Interactive Media’s GameSpy so that Wii gamers will be able to play online against other gamers. At the time of this writing, there currently is no titles shipped that support the online multiplayer gaming experience. Nintendo said they will be releasing games that will support the Internet play function throughout the year.

The way that the Wii online game play will work is that you can choose the skill level that you are at and match with other players with that skill level, or you can choose from a friends list. You can also play with others by meeting up at the game leader boards for a little competitive game play.

Viacom files Lawsuit against Google’s YouTube

Viacom files Lawsuit against Google’s YouTube

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Viacom claims that YouTube has almost 160,000 video clips that are unauthorized and violate the copyright owned by Viacom and claims that these clips have been watched more than 1.5 billion times. Viacom is seeking $1 billion for copyright infringement they are also seeking an injunction to stop YouTube from playing their material on their website.

Google feels that they have not done any harm. According to Information Week report, Google officials said, "We are confident that YouTube has respected the legal rights of copyright holders and believe the courts will agree."

This isn’t the first time that Google has experienced the debate of copyright infringement. Before YouTube, the company also had issues with Google News and Google Book Search.

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