Friday News Roundup: Yahoo Goes For Mobile; Movies To Burn

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SAN FRANCISCO, July 21, 2006 (PodTech News) – PodTech News wraps the week with two stories of new Web 2.0 services. Yahoo and Motorola said late Wednesday that Motorola will embed Yahoo “Go for Mobile” services on tens of millions of phones. Catherine Girardeau talked with Jill Aldort of Yankee Group about this on-the-go web service. In other news, two companies, CinemaNow and MovieLink, announced this week they’ve licensed download-to-burn technology. We get Netflix’ reaction, and some analysis with Gartner’s Andrew Frank.

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