Top digital lifestyle news
Lots of mobile news this week, the biggest of which was probably Apple’s decision to finally open the iPhone to third-party developers. At the Symbian Show in London, Nokia also showed off the new version of the mobile OS S60, which offers an optional iPhone-like touch interface — watch the mobile Internet space heat up.
In Internet TV-related news, the BBC has partnered with Adobe to add an iPlayer streaming option with Mac and Linux support; and Sony — which just launched a cheaper PS3 — talked up its forthcoming online video network for the PS3 / PSP.
Additionally, speculation surrounding a Netflix set-top box has resurfaced.
More digital lifestyle news:
- Copyright Protection Pact is a show of solidarity, not much else
- Apple cuts price of iTunes DRM-free tracks
- Napster reinvents itself — again
- YouTube’s new video identification system places burden on copyright holders
Our main feature this week coincided with Blog Action Day, in which bloggers around the web united to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind — the environment. Our contribution looked at five environmental Internet TV offerings.