Another network possibility is ZigBee, a frontrunner in the Internet of things, a futuristic shorthand phrase used to describe an emerging world in which everything from door locks to livestock link to the Internet. Zigbee's shorter-range technology isn't much use for moving vehicles, but it could be useful for an electric car that's parked in the garage and has to communicate with the house or with the power company about the best time to charge its battery. "Cars are very scary to anyone in the power grid. The nightmare scenario is everyone comes home and plugs in an entire house worth of demand at 5:30 p.m.," said Daniel Moneta, CEO of startup MMB Networks, which sells software and hardware that other companies can use to build networked smarts into things like power meters.
The new Nook is a shade heavier than the Kobo Touch Edition and a tad wider iphone case deals (they're both the same height), One of the big features that Barnes & Noble is touting is the new Nook's battery life, which is rated at up to two months with the Wi-Fi always turned off, That's double the Kindle 3's battery life, Barnes & Noble is also highlighting some of the social elements built-in to the device via the Nook Friends feature, It allows you to share what you're reading between a set list of friends and request to read lendable titles from members of your group (alas, publishers determine which e-books are lendable, and lendable e-books can only be lent out once for 14 days), The new Nook, like the Nook Color and Kindle, has the requisite Twitter and Facebook hooks that allow you to share what you're reading and even quickly post highlighted passages..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The breakup plan isn't all. On November 8, the Wall Street Journal reported that AT&T, "facing intense scrutiny from credit rating agencies because of its $62 billion debt load, is planning major, nonstrategic asset sales" in the next few months. This so-called deleveraging is aimed at addressing the credit rating agencies' concerns about how the new AT&T companies will allocate capital and debt among themselves. The most significant divestments may include AT&T's 25 percent stake in Time Warner Entertainment and its 30 percent stake in Cablevision Systems.
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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Shaw Communications, a Canadian cable operator, posted a first quarter loss but said Shaw@Home Internet subscriptions showed strong growth. For the quarter ended November 30, Shaw reported a net loss of C$8.6 million, or 18 cents a share (Canadian), compared with net income of C$6.4 million, or 6 cents a share, a year ago. Quarterly revenue rose to C$213.2 million from C$191.8 million last year. Shaw claims 81,290 @Home subscribers.
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