Microsoft has appointed Morgan Stanley to sell off its digital agency Razorfish. Microsoft acquired the agency as part of its 2007 purchase of aQuantive for EURO $4 billion. It is understood that Publicis Groupe is a likely buyer.
Microsoft is giving up trying to chase YouTube directly by re-purposing Soapbox, a competing user-generated video site, as a place for citizen journalists and bloggers to submit videos on relevant
Apple’s faithful may be disappointed with the iPhone 3GS’s apparent failure to move the smartphone goalposts, but the refinement of the device through continual software platform evolution remains a key differentiator that others
When looking back at last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, it's hard to argue that announcements with telco TV implications took center stage. After all, the two surviving
Microsoft released its Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Toolkit, offering documentation, sample code, emulator images and tools to Visual Studio to enable programmers to build applications for its
Microsoft has launched a mobile version of its new Bing search engine at m.bing.com
It's been a pretty busy week in IPTV, telco TV and all the other TV service provider segments we touch upon. Here are some quick thoughts on just a few of this week's headlines:--Microsoft used
US carrier Sprint Nextel has announced it will offer a tri-mode CDMA/WiFi/Wimax handset, and said it may launch its Wimax network in more markets than previously d
China Mobile is seeking a 50% cut of all sales from its soon-to-launch Mobile Market app store. “China Mobile wants at least 50% of the revenues and the rest goes to the developer,” a source from Shanghai Mobile, a China Mobile subsidiary, told TelecomAsia.net. By contrast, Apple, Android and Microsoft all take just a 30% cut.