Loaded weekend news (5.06)

By on May 6, 2007, 1:38 PM
Making 'Minority Report' computer navigation a reality: One man is on a mission to bring that gestural interface technology to every personal computer. News.com.

U.S. To Keep Internet Gambling Ban: The United States will maintain a ban on Internet gambling services despite an adverse World Trade Organization ruling. InformationWeek.

Joost: We're A Little Red-faced: Joost, the much-hyped Internet video service brought to you by Kazaa and Skype inventors Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis, says its having trouble delivering stable video to its growing userbase. Joost officially launched May 1. PC World.

Premier League Soccer Sues YouTube: Plaintiffs including English soccer's Premier League sued Google Inc.'s YouTube on Friday for copyright infringement, the second such legal challenge to the popular video site in two months. eWeek.

YouTube starts paying 'select' uploaders: Google clip dump YouTube is to trial revenue sharing with normal users by adding some of its favourite uploaders to its partnership programme. The Register.




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