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Variety reports that one of Sony’s big fish announcements this year will be a broadband TV service that’ll compete directly with cable. The TV service will offer multiple channels licensed from different content companies and will stream over the Internet.

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The war for your television (by TheVerge)

Teri Osborn vividly remembers the first time she appeared on television.

Companies like Google, Microsoft and Intel are scrambling to reinvent their businesses now that the old model — a customer sitting at a PC — no longer applies.

“Big data” isn’t just an enterprise trend. It’s a technological innovation that is already making a difference in your life.
Police are mixing crime data and sociological information to anticipate incidences of crime. A small cadre of scientists in Silicon Valley is harnessing genetics data to detect early signs of disease. For business owners and harried IT executives, it’s easy feel overwhelmed with the flood of so-called big data options on the market. That is, if you buy into the trend at all.

That’s the premise behind a start-up called Enliken.