Updated March 24, 2008

Premium Lock Motricity’s No. 2 Executive Quits for Job at Sprint

Motricity sign at American Tobacco complex Steve Elfman, who led the Infospace business unit that Motricity acquired last year is joining Sprint Nextel as president for network operations and wholesale. Motricity also revamps management team.

March 24, 2008

Premium Lock To HD Victor Goes Spoils – Sony Expands PlayStation Capabilities

Sony Fresh from its victory over Toshiba in battle for high-definition format, Sony beefs up Blu-ray Disc capabilities and content offerings for PS3.

Updated March 20, 2008

Premium Lock Epic Picks Up Steam, Offering Games Online

Unreal goes online. Cary-based game developer teams up with Valve for virtual storefront where shelf space is not an issue.

February 27, 2008

Premium Lock Maryland Broadband Video Startup Lands $15M

TidalTV VentureBeat: TidalTV to create professionally produced video content on the web.

February 11, 2008

Premium Lock Hatteras Networks Lands Series of Deals

Hatteras Networks RTP-based provider of broadband solutions adds partners in Europe, Australia, Africa.

Updated January 27, 2008

Premium Lock The Way Forward: Promoting Continued Innovation, Growth in Software, Information Industry

 Despite many opportunities for growth, U.S. can’t afford to be complacent in an increasingly technical and competitive global environment, trade group says.

Updated January 21, 2008

Premium Lock e-NC, Embarq Team Up to Close Broadband Gaps in N.C.

e-NC Communications provider matches state funding of $1.21 million to expand high-speed Internet access in Warren, three other counties.

Updated January 16, 2008

Premium Lock Atlanta Is ‘Most Wired’ City; Raleigh Climbs to 3rd, Charlotte Up to 7th

broadband If you want to live in a city with widely available Internet connectivity from broadband to WiFi hot spots, then put Atlanta, Raleigh and Charlotte at the top of your list.

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Updated January 14, 2008

Premium Lock What’s Hot in Venture Capital? Big Blue Exec Says Green is in

Drew Clark VentureBeat: Head of IBM Venture Capital Group likes what he sees in green and clean tech, wireless, convergence, mobile Web and much more.

Updated January 10, 2008

Premium Lock In a Disaster, Cisco Can Deliver Its Own 911 Response

In a Disaster, Cisco Can Deliver Its Own 911 Response Johnston County first responders try out one of two Cisco NERV mobile command center trucks. Does it deliver? ‘Seeing is believing,’ says county’s 911 director.

Updated January 8, 2008

Premium Lock Jam Session: Real Instruments for Real Rock Bands

A look at eJamming. CES 2008: eJamming’s proprietary peer-to-peer technology enables real-time communication amongst musicians equal to multiplayer games in minimal latency.

December 21, 2007

Premium Lock Anti-Incentive Group Challenges Durham County Grant to Chip Firm

 Nitronex received $100,000 as incentive to move to Durham from Raleigh. NCICL calls grant a ‘give-away.’ Nitronex had considered moving out of state.

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