Tech Biz

T-MOBILE's G1 Will Be First Google Android Phone: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer August 27, 2008

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                   If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Watch Shelly’s commentary on T-MOBILE releasing the G1, GOOGLE’s (NASD: GOOG) first Android phone. APPLE’s(NASD: AAPL) 3G iPhone has now outsold its predecessor. Despite 3G issues and a class action lawsuit looming, Apple has managed to sell 6 million 3G […]

Apple Slapped with 3G iPhone Lawsuit: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer August 21, 2008

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                   If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. MICROSOFT (NASD: MSFT) will enlist JERRY SEINFELD for a new advertising campaign. The campaign seeks to divert attention from the popular “Mac vs. PC” commercials and universal panning of Windows Vista. Microsoft will spend $300 million on the campaign, which […]

Georgia Hit By Cyber-Attacks: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer August 12, 2008

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                   If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Watch Shelly’s commentary on the Georgian cyber-attacks and the future of cyber-warfare. GOOGLE’s (NASD: GOOG) GMail service crashed for a few hours yesterday leaving users unable to access their accounts. The temporary errors were widely reported on TWITTER, which had […]

DISH Network

Mortgage Crisis Causes DISH Network To Fall Off The Roof

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DISH Networks Q2 profits were up. Unfortunately, 25,000 subscribers went missing. The company blamed the drop in subs on weak economic conditions, aggressive promotional offerings by their competition, the heavy marketing of HD service by their competition, the growth of fiber-based pay TV providers, signal theft and other forms of fraud, and operational inefficiencies at […]

Sen Ted Stevens

Senator Ted “Tubes” Stevens Indictment is Appropriate Metaphor for U.S. Communication Power Shift

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Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska is facing a seven-count indictment accusing him of accepting more than $250,000 in unreported gifts. The Washington Post reported that many Alaskans "greeted the news of Stevens's indictment on corruption charges as if they were condemned to a pauper's death, fearful that they will no longer be able to depend on the largess of "Uncle Ted."