"...it looks like the company just might be toying with the idea of implementing WiFi-based "filling stations" to allow Zune users to "cache and download on the go."
"... a majority of Americans (52-percent) said their "most recent experience with a computer problem provoked emotions such as anger, sadness or alienation," ... a whopping 65-percent of these folks spend more time with their ... computer ... than spouse.
"USB Retractable Notebook Cooling Pad has 3 fans built-in which is good for cooling down your notebooks. Its retractable design reduces the size of the cooling pad so that it is lightweight and portable enough for users to bring along wherever they go."
"Google Inc. and partners Sony Corp. and Warner Music Group Corp. are testing a new ad-supported music-video-distribution feature. Sony and Warner will distribute online "channels" created to be embedded on participating Web sites."
"The day isn't far away when some studio exec will acquire the rights to a Web thriller that's become a lonelygirl-style phenomenon."
"Youngsters under the age of 11 -- the so-called "Generation We" -- are naturally adept with technology and tuned in to a world where they control media, not the other way around."
"Yahoo News is pulling away some from the pack among news Web sites in traffic, according to year-end figures from comScore Media Metrix. Overall, Yahoo News averaged 31.4 million unique visitors a month in 2006."
"Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales says that newspaper Web sites could use wikis to serve as a focal point and support mechanism for communities to post news that would not normally be covered by the paper."
"Flip, Condé Nast’s soon-to-launch answer to MySpace for teen girls, will offer its users an unprecedented amount of control: over what advertising they see on the site and in what manner it is displayed."
"Gawker Media is "increasingly like a mainstream media company," says publisher Nick Denton, "where writers are reassigned, or leave the company, stay in the orbit and return, later."
"The bulk of AOL's blog advertising revenues come from star brands such as Engadget, Autoblog and Joystiq. Lesser-known titles BBHub, Divester, DV Guru and PVR Wire are set to close."