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Verizon, Rhapsody team up on mobile music

Rhapsody America, the joint online music service of RealNetworks and MTV Networks, on Monday began selling songs from all major labels in the MP3 format and launched its mobile music service with Verizon Wireless.

AT&T rolls out digital content delivery system

Enterprise multimedia is moving out of the do-it-yourself phase as carriers offer services over their own infrastructure to entities that want to reach their employees, partners and customers with the latest forms of media.

Developers praise Android at Google I/O

Developers praised the programming experience and the potential of Google's Android mobile platform at the Google I/O conference as the company emphasized its flexibility and showed cool new features.

Craigslist tops US mobile browsing

Mobile Web surfers in the US spend more time on classified-ad site Craigslist than on any other Web site, and they spent nearly twice as much time browsing as their British counterparts in March.

Microsoft conference device drives Volvo meetings

Volvo Group's business is all about getting from one place to another. The company sold its car division to Ford Motor in 1999 but is still the world's second-largest manufacturer of heavy trucks. However, employee travel is a financial and environme...

Windows coming on dual-boot OLPC

The One Laptop Per Child Project and Microsoft plan to make both Windows and Linux available on a version of the project's XO laptop, the companies said Thursday.

Cisco's Telepresence gets personal

Cisco Systems will take its TelePresence virtual meeting systems into home offices later this year, bringing telecommuters nearer to their corporate colleagues and society one step closer to science fiction.

HP brings storage, servers into one rack

To help IT departments prepare for the coming onslaught of data, HP this week introduced a platform that combines storage and computing in one rack with a single file system and management console.

Samsung, partners push mobile TV

Samsung Electronics and several other vendors at the National Association of Broadcasters show this week are demonstrating a pending mobile TV broadcasting standard that had been forecast for completion last year.

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