William Ide of voanews.com writes:
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, approved controversial new rules for the Internet on Tuesday that supporters say will protect the interests of consumers, service providers and investors. Opponents, however, warn that the new rules seek to fix something that is not broken and will invite other countries to do more to regulate the Internet.
James Rosewell writes:
Just in time to make it into 2010, the Wholesale Application Community has gained some important but relatively unreported publicity courtesy of Opera. It’s a slightly early Christmas present for Peters Suh, WAC CEO and a man keen to ensure the industry is presented with a story showing WAC meeting its targets.
LG Electronics has announced an exclusive collection of music and ringtones written by Italian composer Ennio Morricone.
Voice over IP service Skype has admitted serious problems with its service today. Reports suggest only 50% of Skype calls have been able to connect.
Motorola Mobility has acquired Silicon Valley startup Zecter. Zecter’s technologies will be integrated with Motorola devices and the MOTOBLUR platform.