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Sony Network Entertainment International And Sony Computer Entertainment Unveil PlayStation™Vue, A New Cloud-Based TV Service That Pioneers The Future Of Television

SAN MATEO, Calif., Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Network Entertainment International LLC (SNEI) and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) today unveiled PlayStation™Vue, a pioneering new cloud-based TV service that reinvents the television experience.

"Everyday TV is about to become extraordinary with our new cloud-based TV service, PlayStation™Vue," said Andrew House, President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and Group Executive in charge of the Network Entertainment Business. "PlayStation™Vue reinvents the traditional viewing experience so your programming effortlessly finds you, enabling you to watch much more of what you want and search a lot less. PlayStation™Vue brings the best of live TV and a robust catalog of the latest content, always keeping you connected to what's popular, new and trending. Today's announcement builds on the historic success of PlayStation®4 and demonstrates what our company is capable of when we embrace disruption and stay true to gamers."

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Apple's Beats Acquisition Is Complete

Apple's Beats Acquisition Is Complete | New media marketing, technology and communication | Scoop.it
It's official: Beats is now all Apple's. The companies confirmed the $3 billion acquisition in two separate posts earlier this morning.
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Apple reportedly will pay ISPs for direct network connections

Apple reportedly will pay ISPs for direct network connections | New media marketing, technology and communication | Scoop.it

Rumored CDN will help deliver iOS updates and alleviate iCloud congestion.

 

It's long been rumored that Apple is building its own content delivery network (CDN), and now it appears that the company is negotiating paid interconnection deals with "some of the largest ISPs in the US" in order to deliver Apple content to consumers.

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How Amazon, eBay, And Wal-Mart Became 'The Big Three' In Mobile Commerce - Business Insider

How Amazon, eBay, And Wal-Mart Became 'The Big Three' In Mobile Commerce
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Amazon, eBay and Wal-Mart have achieved something remarkable.
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You're Not Allowed to Wait in Line for This Disney Ride

You're Not Allowed to Wait in Line for This Disney Ride | New media marketing, technology and communication | Scoop.it

If you want to ride Toy Story Midway Mania at Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios, you better have a reservation.

 

Love it or hate it, the shift to more reservations and less waiting in line seems like the way things are heading. “Everybody’s striving to improve the flow of the guest. That’s the wave of the future in our industry,” Dennis Speigel, president of International Theme Park Services, explained to the Orlando Sentinel. “It would not surprise me within the next 10 years that we see rides that are totally reserved.”

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More info at http://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/fp-only-toy-story-midway-mania.891243/

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Infographic Friday: Soccer Fan Social Media Habits | The Business of Sports

Infographic Friday: Soccer Fan Social Media Habits | The Business of Sports | New media marketing, technology and communication | Scoop.it
It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from IMG Consulting who researched the social media habits of soccer fans
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Is Facebook fading? Social media giant will lose 80 percent of users, study says

Is Facebook fading? Social media giant will lose 80 percent of users, study says | New media marketing, technology and communication | Scoop.it
Princeton researchers predict that nearly 1 billion users will abandon the social network in the next three years
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