M-I-C. Talk to Goofy on your cellphone. K-E-Y. Why? Good question.
iPhone and iPod touch have become “serious competitors to Nintendo’s DS handheld and Sony’s PlayStation Portable,” report Nick Wingfield and Christopher Lawton (online.wsj.com). And for good reason. Says one gamer who “sold his PSP and may get rid of his DS soon”: “‘I can listen to my iPod and play games at the same time, and when I’m done I can just put it in my pocket.’”
Pure Digital, the fastest growing company in Silicon Valley, introduces the new Flip Mino HD camcorder.
Holiday sales of electronics are expected to rise by only 3.5 percent this year — but that’s better than the sales drops for everything else.
This economic downturn is hitting e-commerce sites harder than the last one as consumer confidence falls.
Patricia Nakache, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, is betting on start-ups that charge for Craigslist-type listings.
The smartest, greenest, most efficient data center is the one that a company decides it doesn’t need to build.
Al Gore says Web 2.0 needs a higher purpose than idle chatter: fighting global warming.