The cable giant, Comcast Corp has formally admitted to FCC with the uses of Managed Internet Traffic to slow down customers’ file-sharing application, intentionally. They blamed peer-to-peer services like BitTorrent as the main culprit of network congestion and said a managed network is a necessity to prevent heavy users with similar application for media sharing like video, movie and music, etc.
I love Helio’s Buddy Beacon and I use it to track down Vincent or Daniel from time to time making sure they are being good. Buddy Beacon lets you locates your friends on a map via the GPS in your handset.
The does-it-all, retailing behemoth Wal-Mart has been criticized of forcing smaller, family-owned businesses out of business, direct or indirectly with extremely competitive price. Now, they are gunning for neighborhood family clinics. The world's largest retailer will open its first in-store medical clinics, as joint venture with local hospital systems in Atlanta, Dallas and Little Rock in April.
In not so surprising move, Microsoft bids for Yahoo with $44.6 billion in cash and stock to stay competitive against Google. Microsoft’s Live.com has not been very successful in capturing more online services market share. By buying out Yahoo, it will allow Microsoft to stay in the game, at least for now. Microsoft bid $31 per share for Yahoo. We’ll keep you updated on the development of this story.
EYE-FI, the world’s first wireless memory card that we have covered back in a few articles then, like the FCC approval or review wound-up, if that jog your memory, has teamed up with Nikon to bring you the same technology on the newly announced D60. The D60 will be the first ‘Eye-Fi Connected ’ digital camera that allows direct wireless images transfer straight from the camera to the photo sharing sites or computer.