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Emerging Market Handset Strategies- Is Content King?

Intro: It might seem counterintuitive, but for the device manufacturer, content stategy for emerging markets could be just as important as their content plans for developed ones. And this is the case even though in such markets 3G networks may … Continue reading

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Windows Phone 7 Review: Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have Ourselves a Race

Intro: Let’s just get it out of the way: Windows Phone 7 is the most exciting thing to happen to phones in a long time. My Take: I agree. I love how Microsoft makes the content the interface. Blending together … Continue reading

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Comcast Says Its Disappearing Subscribers Aren’t Cord Cutters

Intro: Comcast lost 275,000 cable subscribers last quarter, and has lost 622,000 in the first nine months of 2010. More evidence of “cord cutting”? Nope, says the cable giant. It’s evidence that the economy sucks. Key points: So we’re still stuck … Continue reading

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Those Bits Aren’t Free: Netflix Could Be Racking Up a $2 Billion Content Tab

Intro: Investors are cheering on Netflix, as it moves from DVDs to streaming video and keeps adding customers along the way. But “digital” doesn’t equal “cheap” for Reed Hastings’s company. In fact, the online move has cost Netflix at least … Continue reading

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New MySpace With Entertaining New Purpose Will Attract New Users

Intro: Myspace has seemed passé ever since Facebook lapped Myspace two years ago, but the news of Myspace’s demise was always a bit exaggerated.  While Facebook catapulted to international success, Myspace continued to chug along with tens of millions of … Continue reading

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MySpace as a content-centric Facebook

Summary: The site is now focused exclusively on the 13 to 35-year-old demographic — Generation Y, in other words. Its new goal is to become “the leading entertainment destination that is socially powered by the passions of fans and curators.” … Continue reading

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