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  1. Day_trading

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    LOUD Loudeye: Microsoft and Nokia collaborate to help ensure consumers can enjoy digital music anywhere (1.77 )

    MSFT & NOK announced they are working together to ensure consumers can enjoy music from the newly launched mobile music solution offered by Nokia and Loudeye (LOUD) to wireless operators on both Nokia handsets and on Microsoft Windows XP-based PCs. The two companies have also agreed to long-term collaboration on extended digital media format support. This collaboration includes support for Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Digital Rights Management 10 and Media Transfer Protocol on music oriented Nokia handsets, and including support for Open Mobile Alliance Digital Rights Management and the MPEG Advanced Audio Coding family of codecs in Windows Media Player via a plug-in. This dual-technology-stack support from both companies will further broaden the range of music enjoyment choices for consumers and delivery options for content owners and service providers, as well as ensure easy device connection and content flow between Nokia handsets and Windows XP-based PCs. The mobile music service from Nokia and Loudeye is based on the OMA DRM and MPEG AAC standards and enables a wireless operator's customers to search, listen, download and pay for music using an operator branded music application on their mobile device.
     
  2. bo_Khaled

    bo_Khaled عضو نشط

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    الخبر غير موجود في الياهو !

    لكنه صاعد 14 % بالبري ماركت

    ممكن مصدر الخبر إخوي Daytrading

    و شكرا ...
     
  3. Day_trading

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    هلا ابو خالد المصدر طال عمرك بريفنق
     
  4. عجيب

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    Nokia Launches Mobile Music Solution for Operators Worldwide

    CANNES, France - 3GSM World Congress, February 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia, together with Loudeye Corp. (Nasdaq: LOUD), today unveiled a mobile music platform for operators. The white label platform enables operators to launch a comprehensive branded mobile music service for their customers with a minimum amount of effort and resources. Particularly suitable as part of an operator's 3G services, mobile music downloading and streaming offer excellent opportunities for operators to differentiate themselves and increase their average revenue per user (ARPU).

    The mobile music platform is designed to allow users to browse, search, listen, and download either to the device or the user's PC, full length songs and RingTunes (MasterTones) using an operator branded music application on their mobile device. Customers can also use their personal computer and an operator customized PC client to access the music shop via the Internet. Additionally, users can synchronize their music collection with their mobile device. The PC client will be based on the Windows Media Player, which has built-in support for mobile music formats, including WMA, and will also support the AAC family of codecs for mobile use.

    "Digital music and mobility go hand in hand and operators now have a quick and easy way to offer a comprehensive music service to their customers," said Jonas Geust, vice president, Music, Nokia. "The solution that we have developed with Loudeye allows straightforward access to music from a mobile device or PC. This tightly integrated service means that consumers can enjoy music at their convenience without having to worry about the underlying technologies. It's the only music solution available to operators globally that fully integrates the mobile and the PC experience."

    "We share a common vision with Nokia about the market opportunity for mobile music and the vital role that operators will play in taking these services to consumers around the world, while enhancing the value of their businesses," said Mike Brochu, president and chief executive officer, Loudeye Corp. "To deliver on this vision and empower mobile operators around the world, we've developed the industry's most robust and scalable global wireless music platform and combined it with the best multimedia capable devices from Nokia. Through this strategic collaboration, consumers worldwide will have the best mobile music experience under the brand of their existing operator."

    "We see music as one of the key 3G services driving operator revenues. The Nokia - Loudeye music solution offers the necessary elements to enable operators to launch a comprehensive mobile music service for their customers," said Philip Taylor, Director, Strategy Analytics. "Not only does it support wireless music downloads but it has strong PC support through its collaboration with Microsoft, which is crucial for reliable storage and synchronization."

    "Microsoft has long enjoyed a strong and fruitful partnership with Loudeye in the digital music space and we are excited to now be working with Nokia to help deliver this comprehensive mobile digital music platform," said Amir Majidimehr, corporate vice president of the Windows Digital Media Division for Microsoft. "Our collaboration with Nokia and Loudeye will help remove the islands of content and services we have today and replace them with a seamless digital music experience focused on the consumer."

    The platform allows users to download songs they have purchased through their mobile device directly to their mobile phone, and to a PC, with the payment appearing on their monthly phone bill. Consumers can also browse the music store from their mobile device or PC and listen to music samples before choosing which tracks to purchase. A locker service preserves the users' library of music, ensuring users can download the songs they own at any time. Loudeye and Nokia have built the platform on open standards, and the content delivered to mobile devices is protected using the OMA v1.0 DRM and future releases will also support the OMA v2.0 DRM.

    This Loudeye and Nokia developed platform can be deployed and operated in more than 30 countries.* The solution is highly customizable allowing operators to launch advanced digital media services that meet the particular needs of their target customer base. Nokia and Loudeye will provide a range of services to help operators integrate the platform within their network, and to operate the music services on a day-to-day basis.

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  5. Day_trading

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    Loudeye (LOUD): 1.82 +0.18: This year is shaping up to be the year of entertainment technology. Names like Audible and PortalPlayer have quickly come to the forefront. Names like RealNetworks and Napster have also made a comeback as the popularity of MP3 players has exploded over the past 5 months.

    Of late, Apple has dominated the market due to the first mover advantage they achieved when they debuted the iPod and iTunes, but several competitors have sprung up. Many saw new MP3 players that have widely improved features such as FM radios and video capability at the CES convention in January. Many of those products are set to hit the market soon, and new formats will be available .

    Beyond playing the hardware makers and the companies whose software runs the particular players, there is another play out there. Loudeye is a play on the idea that there will be multiple music stores from which consumers can choose from for their downloads. Loudeye builds and services these stores, and the number of them is growing.

    Loudeye counts Microsoft as a customer as they power the music service for MSN. There are several other customers out there, and the company stated there will be a major announcement in the fall. Speculation has already run rampant that the announcement will probably contain news of an extended agreement with Microsoft and could possibly include some sort of integration with the next operating system (Longhorn) that the company is working on. This would potentially put a Loudeye-run music store on every new PC that would be sold in late 2005 and beyond. Of course, that idea is pure speculation.

    The best bet here is that the company sees growth, and plenty of it. While sales were a meager $16.7 million last year, they are expected to double, and fall in a range of $35 million to $40 million this year. That is the kind of growth that makes some investors turn their head around and take notice. The company is not just a one trick pony. It plans on servicing the growing video on demand market in a similar way to how they are servicing the music market. Down the road, the company may also provide services for the gaming market, as the popularity of downloadable games gains traction.

    The key to this stock is really getting the story out there. Many big investors won't even look at a company that has a market capitalization of less than $500 million. Loudeye's current market cap of $154 million puts the company in the risky category. Others may not like the fact that profitability may not be seen until the very end of 2005. Its size and profitability certainly hinders its chances of getting on most radar screens, but continued growth and good days like today will go a long way to fix that problem.
     
  6. m&m

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    ابو راشد اختيارك للاود والخبر جيد ولكن من ترك شيء لله عوضه الله خيرا كثيرا

    نوكيا ولاود كشفت عن موبيل يجاري ipod من ابل كامنصة (platform ) لانزال الموسيقى ةغيره

    شكرا لكم
     
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    انا والله مو شاريه ولاكن خابر الشباب متابعيته