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posted in January 2006

Sundance Film Festival Showcases Online Content

1/20/2006
For the first time at the festival more than half of the short films, known as "shorts," will run online. It's a milestone for an industry that's been reluctant to release its wares on the Web before making them available in theatres.

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EMI Takes Its Music Digital

1/20/2006
In a project the company's been working on since 2003, EMI has digitized the 311,000 recordings that have been mastered through its 100-year history. The goal is to distribute and share the music globally.

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Car-Navigation Firm Migrates To SOA

1/19/2006
OnStar, the provider of vehicle GPS systems, plans to increase its applications' speed and processing times by using a service-oriented architecture to remove redundant code and insert a business layer.

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EBay Posts Strong Quarterly Results

1/18/2006
Confirmed registered users for the auction site at the end of the quarter rose 33% compared to the same time a year ago, but the company issued caution about its upcoming year-end financials.

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Film Animators Create Online School

1/17/2006
AnimationMentor.com has invested nearly $1 million to build a social network for students to learn about character animation from working artists at Pixar, Disney, Industrial Light & Magic, and other companies.

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Vendors Scurry To Prep IPTV

1/5/2006
Cable, satellite and telecommunication carriers are poised to enter the home this year through IP-based television (IPTV) with a long list of digital services from basic VoIP to entertainment, news, movies, and sports.

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Is That A Nano In Your Pocket?

1/4/2006
Several companies have separately developed thin conductive materials that manufacturers can sew into shirts, pants, jackets, and other consumer products to house electronic controls for devices. The materials and garments are being showcased at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.

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Asset Management To Grow: Study

1/3/2006
The trend toward asset management is being prompted by companies relying more on mobile wireless devices, with less budgeted money to manage it all, a new report says.

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