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SPOTLIGHT: Sony Launching PS3 Online Video Service

Sony Corp. is lining up movie and TV studios to supply shows for its PlayStation 3 online video service to be launched this summer. This would be the third time for Sony to try an online video

QUICKLINKS: Android Watch; Neonode N2 unboxing;

Android Watch: Tracking Google's mobile progress Since formally announcing its

AT&T to launch Surface in-store experience soon

AT&T is launching Microsoft's Surface-enabled touch screen tables at four AT&T stores today, according to comments AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega made at CTIA earlier this month.

QUICKLINKS: Nokia previews iPhone-killer named Tube; News Corp. may join Microsoft in Yahoo bid;

> Nokia previews iPhone-killer named Tube. FierceWireless > News Corp. may join Microsoft in

Microsoft completes Danger acquisition, restructures

Microsoft announced today that it had completed its acquisition of SideKick-maker Danger and that the Danger team will be folded into Microsoft's Premium Mobile Experiences (PMX) unit. PMX is a group

Mediaroom pal Sigma offers new chip

Semiconductor company Sigma Designs has introduced a second-generation chip for IPTV set-top boxes that the company claims offers a 50% performance improvement. Sigma has been the only set-top chip

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Yahoo contends Microsoft takeover bid is too low

Facing deadline pressure from Microsoft to consummate the software Goliath's $41 billion buyout bid, web services giant Yahoo said Monday it doesn't necessarily oppose a deal--it simply wants a

180Squared Launches Mediaroom Interface

A team of former Microsoft Mediaroom engineers now known as 180Squared has announced the availability of

Alca-Lu beats Microsoft in$367 million ruling

Microsoft must pay Alcatel-Lucent $367 million, according to the latest ruling in an ongoing series of patent infringement cases between the two companies. But, don't feel sorry for the software