Netflix Might Become Part of Cable Packages

Netflix Might Become Part of Cable Packages

By Mike Fossum February 29, 2012

At the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in San Francisco Tuesday, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings stated that he envisions cable TV evolving into an on-demand internet platform, and that Netflix will become just another cable provider. “It’s not …

Blog Post Knocks $4 billion off Apple Market Cap

A supposedly false-alarm that Apple’s Leopard (their next OS) and their much-talked-gadget-phone iPhone being delayed, caused their stock to nose-dive knocking over $4 billion off their Market Cap. This is indeed a phenomenal development in the Blogosphere – a blog article can have that fundamental effect in the real work and real money.

Microsoft Releases Deepfish for Windows Mobile

A prototype browser called Deepfish arrived for the Windows Mobile platform, stirring up opinions that Microsoft may be more than a little concerned about not owning the dominant browser on mobile phones.

Less Sensationalism in Social Media

I submitted an article written in 2005 to Netscape (for those of your outside of the social media world, Netscape a runs “submit and vote on news site” like Digg).

Blog Business Summit: Jason Calacanis Keynote

Jason Calacanis of Netscape/Weblogs Inc./AOL just kicked off the day at the Blog Business Summit here in lovely and cloudy Seattle.

One Digger Rejects Netscape, So Far

Jason Calacanis and company definitely ran into a roadblock with one Digg user, who promptly posted their emails to his blog. Calacanis posted his displeasure with Digg user “Tysonhy” in a response to Tyson’s blog entry

A Modest Netscape Proposal Continues

Jason Calacanis has continued to work at justifying his offer to bring in the top bookmarkers from competing sites like Digg by paying them to do their news posting at the updated Netscape instead.

Calacanis Enticing Diggers With Cash

Weblogs Inc and Netscape head Jason Calacanis is offering $1,000 per month to the top users on Digg, Reddit, Newsvine, Delicious, and Flickr to do for the revamped Netscape what they currently do for free for those other sites.

Netscape’s New Look Unpopular With Some

Netscape remodeled its home page in recent days – the site describes itself as “undergoing exciting changes.” But apparently a lot of people don’t like the alterations. There’s even a little note down at the bottom of one page, saying, “If the new Netscape isn’t for you, make sure to check out the free AOL.com.”

Netscape Back with Hybrid Journalism Site

Netscape is back baby and in a big way.

AOL May Digg New Netscape Format

After tossing out a number of Netscape staffers, AOL could relaunch the site as a user-generated content destination built like the popular tech news website Digg.com.

Googles Monoculture Getting Netscaped

Tristan Louis takes a look at Google’s situation, compares it to Netscape’s, and determines that ” now is the time for executives at Google to look at history and, hopefully, not repeat it”.

AOL Gets Netscape On HP Machines

It’s been a long time since Netscape mattered to Internet users, but AOL and HP will try to win over converts among new HP PC purchasers.

Google Backlash Rearing Its Head

This question has been tossed around recently because it seems there are some who are trying to knock the current big dog down a few pegs.

Netscape’s Contribution, Ten Years Later

Tuesday marked the ten-year anniversary of the beginning of the greatest investment boom in history. On August 9, 1995, Netscape issued its initial public stock offering, which is widely regarded as the spark that set off the stock boom of the late 90’s and set the stage for today’s tech world.

Netscape Releases Version With XML Fixed

A problem with XML rendering that hindered Internet Explorer on systems with the new Netscape browser installed has been fixed.

AOL Patches Netscape Flaws

Yesterday America Online launched a patched version of the Netscape 8.0 browser, which fixes a flaw that caused XML rendering to break in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.