List/Grid Monthly Archives: November 2011

TV sales…problematic for TV industry and the food chain

TV sales…problematic for TV industry and the food chain

Corning Glass pre-announced negative this week (http://bit.ly/vEEUJf), with big cuts for production of glass, and we believe that there are three main reasons why the TV industry and its supply… Read more »

Generation Me: TV is … stuff found online

Generation Me: TV is … stuff found online

Gen M: What is a TV for anyways? Trouble ahead  for TV makers with no Internet-based partnerships 1. Watch TV? What TV? It’s just video content. For Generation Me consumers,… Read more »

Tech for MS: The challenges of watching TV when living with Multiple Sclerosis?

Tech for MS: The challenges of watching TV when living with Multiple Sclerosis?

(Editor’s note: my oldest sister, Pamela Travers, was diagnosed with MS in 1990. Since then, she has had some loss of eyesight, among other things, and has been working to… Read more »

Nook vs. Kindle vs. iPad for living with Multiple Sclerosis

Nook vs. Kindle vs. iPad for living with Multiple Sclerosis

(Editor’s note: my oldest sister, Pamela Travers, was diagnosed with MS in 1990. Since then, she has had some loss of eyesight, among other things, and has been working to… Read more »

Music industry says “Play it again, Sam”—RIAA takes legal tact to halt new music service offering

Music industry says “Play it again, Sam”—RIAA takes legal tact to halt new music service offering

A new music service offering, called ReDigi (www.redigi.com), is now coming under scrutiny from the music industry and its watchdog arm, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). According to… Read more »

Battlefield 3 selling, but COD: Black Ops still over 1 million online today

Battlefield 3 selling, but COD: Black Ops still over 1 million online today

While Electronic Arts has been vocal about shipping 10MM copies of Battlefield 3, and having sold through over 5MM of those copies, online server data for Activision’s Call of Duty:… Read more »

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