All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Partnership’
The NCAA has had a long history with EA Sports, and the production of NCAA football video-games. However, recently reports have surfaced saying that the NCAA is suing EA Sports for a number of issues that have arisen during the business partnership between the two institutions. The lawsuit was filed on November 4th in a Georgia state court, following a …
Rovio is enjoying some incredible success, due, in large part, to their immensely popular Angry Birds mobile game. In the past, the company has partnered with outside entertainment entities before, like 20th Century Fox for the version of Angry Birds Rio. Rovio is looking to expand these partnerships, and so they turned to one of the most popular events/industries in …
In a change of pace regarding the EC (European Commission) and their view of competition the early returns are that the partnership between Yahoo and Microsoft will not be given a difficult time gaining approval. While the EC has been a stumbling block to other deals including both companies in the past (Yahoo’s previous issue was when there was the propsect of a Google / Yahoo partnership – having Google attached to any competitive issue makes it more interesting for sure).
YouTube and ESPN have entered a new partnership together. YouTube’s Chris Dale gave WebProNews a few details about it in a quick phone call.
ESPN will be featuring content that is apparently going to be in line with their television programming, although from the sounds of it there won’t be any live streaming, so don’t look to watch games on here (at least for the time being).
It’s been a year since Southwest Airlines announced they were going to test in air Internet service. Now it’s really happening. The satellite broadband will be tested on one plane first. Then they plan to expand to at least three more planes by March.
The test will run for 60 days. They will gauge demand and see how the service works before determining if and how much they’ll charge.
Americans may not be familiar with the Fairfax Digital group, but it’s Australia’s “leading provider of online news and classifieds websites.” And it’s now Google’s partner – Fairfax Digital has joined the Google Adsense network, will make some clips available through Google Video, and plans to integrate Google Maps throughout its properties.
These are busy days for adap.tv – the company, which was founded in 2006, recently launched its new “unique online video advertising service.” It also partnered with thePlatform, “a leading provider of broadband video management and publishing services.”
As the debate continues about YouTube’s impact on Big Media, Google CEO Eric Schmidt made it quite clear where he falls on the issue: “The growth of YouTube, the growth of online, is so fundamental that these companies are going to be forced to work with and in the Internet.”
France Telecom’s mobile phone unit, Orange, reportedly sent executives to the Googleplex to discuss a potential partnership.
Yahoo News and ABC News have agreed to expand their relationship. ABC will be providing Yahoo News with additional video content. The new agreement will add several new features. ABC will offer Yahoo breaking news, features, interviews and video clips from Good Morning America. The agreement is an extension of the current partnership, which started in September of 2005.
When getting your new business started, one of the most important decisions will be the choice of a legal structure that best suits your needs and the needs of your particular business.
Mercury Computer Systems announced an extended partnership with image management specialist Acuo Technologies. Part of the deal includes Acuo working with U.S. service providers and including Mercury’s image management solution as bundled offering in the ASP package in the U.S.
Podtrac, a new podcast advertising company, has teamed up with Mediamark Research Inc. (MRI), a provider of magazine audience and multimedia research company, to provide advertisers and podcasters with demographic information about listeners to help them make better advertising choices.
Sirius Satellite Radio announced the release of their upcoming portable satellite radio device. It is called the Sirius S50, and is scheduled to come out in October.
Another option for fantasy football fans launches from AOL, which hopes to capitalize on fantasy popularity.
An agreement between Microsoft’s ninemsn presence and telecom company Optus for content delivery has been made.
Microsoft and Sun Microsystems spent a lot of time at each other’s throats in legal battles, but last year the two companies formed a partnership which is now starting to show its results.
In the wake of the resignation of G. Peter Nanos, the University of California and Bechtel offer a proposal to continue managing the research lab.
With the promise of offering a “Lifeline to Clients Locked in by EMC,” Network Appliance and IBM have agreed to a partnership, which see IBM offering storage solutions based on the Network Appliance attached storage architecture, including the related software.
Yahoo Inc., a leading global Internet company, today announced the launch of Yahoo! Search for Creative Commons beta (), a service that provides Internet users with access to the largest collection of Creative Commons content on the Web.
The mobile industry just received a shot of steadiness, or at least it appears that way with yesterday’s announcement of the Symbian/Microsoft partnership.
I broke my Christmas blog silence to post the press release announcing our letter of intent with Proceed Interactive (formerly Meandaur).
Apparently, downloadable music for mobile phones is becoming an item of considerable interest. Apple and Motorola have solidified a deal that would allow songs from iTunes to be downloaded and played on compatible phones. Recently, Napster announced they would also be offering downloadable ringtones from their service.
America Online is offering a beta version of their desktop search utility, which is powered by Copernic. This download is available to all AOL members. The AOL/Copernic partnership also indicates that desktop search has become another hot spot for search developers.
The New York Times today put out an internal call via email to the newsroom staff in search of an experienced editor …
Above All Studio and Shadow z/Services Combine to Accelerate Re-use of Legacy Assets in Service-Oriented Architectures.
HighBeam Research announced today a new agreement with LookSmart that makes more than one million premium articles from the HighBeam Research Library archive accessible via LookSmart’s FindArticles service.
Emprisa Networks today announced a strategic partnership with InfoSystems.
Touchpaper and Fox IT announced a strategic global partnership.
Eyal Shavit is the founder and president of AxcessNet (Waltham, Mass., Tel. 781-466-8888) which since 1985 helped dozens of early stage companies effectively penetrate the US market. AxcessNet is also the Broadview representative to the Israeli market. Prior to AxcessNet, Eyal was a founder and executive in a number of successful Israeli enterprise software companies. He is also the author of a seminal e-commerce patent that was sold to Oracle in 2001. Eyal has invested and serves as board member and advisor in numerous start-ups and venture funds. He is a member of the Walnut Ventures angel investors group. Eyal’s primary interest is in software ventures, with specific focus on security applications and infrastructure.
When two people join forces, there’s a certain synergy that takes place, that’s why many ebusiness folks are seeking out joint ventures. What IS a joint venture (JV for short) you ask? Basically it’s when you agree to form a partnership and jointly promote someone.