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Nokia releases two email-optimized ESeries devices

Nokia has introduced two email-optimized devices from the Nokia Eseries product line. The Nokia E71 and the Nokia E66 feature a full Qwerty board and a slide-to-open design and are slated to ship in

Future still belongs to IPTV, and vice versa

IPTV progress has been relentless in the last year as several IPTV service providers around the world have surpassed the 1 million subscriber mark, or gotten closer to it. Telco IPTV services also

The real battle for the living room

Telcos and cable TV customers are tussling over who will own the TV/video pipeline into consumer living rooms, and it is fun to watch them one-up one another as the pile on the HDTV channels and make

Microsoft: No Zune phone in the cards

Despite soliciting feedback on how its Zune portable media device might more effectively interoperate with devices

Ballmer: All Media Delivery IP in a Decade

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer predicts we'll be getting all of our media through the Internet within 10 years, give or take a couple of years on either end.

Russia's Corbina aims for mid-year IPTV launch

Russia's Corbina Telecom, a subsidiary of wireless and wireline carrier giant VimpelCom, is planning to launch a Corbina TV IPTV service in Moscow and other Russian cities, as well as in the

Microsoft releases Mediaroom Presentation Framework

IPTV service providers AT&T and BT are among those that have in their hands the new release of the Mediaroom Presentation Framework from software giant Microsoft. The two are among the more than

American Gladiators Flag Embarrass All Around

Last week, some users of Vista Media Center were prevented from recording NBC's live on-air "American Gladiators" and "Medium" onto their computers. This week,

QUICKLINKS: Report: BlackBerry Thunder to debut in Q3; Microsoft proposes alternative Yahoo deal;

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SPOTLIGHT: Microsoft Combines Chat & Online Video--But Not to U.S.

Microsoft has released Messenger TV, combining Windows Live IM with video software in 20 countries--but not the United States. The service started off in