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  • #AceNewsGroup 21:00 on March 8, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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  • #AceNewsGroup 17:14 on March 6, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    ` Nicholas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni launch legal battle to prevent further publication of tapes’ 


    #AceMediaNews says that Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni on Thursday launched a legal bid to prevent any further publication of tapes secretly recorded during his 2007-12 term as French president.

    In a move that will inevitably fuel speculation the tapes could contain a seriously compromising “smoking gun”, lawyers for Sarkozy said they would be filing a request with a Paris court for an emergency injunction against further distribution or publication.

    The tapes are thought to contain hundreds of hours of Sarkozy’s private conversations with Bruni and close aides.
    They were recorded by a political advisor, Patrick Buisson, without the couple’s knowledge.

    Some extracts — without any really explosive content — have already been published, by satirical weekly Le Canard Enchaine and news website Atlantico.

    The revelation of what Buisson was doing whilst working as a close confidante of the centre-right president has sent shock-waves through the French political class.

    Lawmakers across the political spectrum have denounced what they have described as an unprecedented act of treachery and, in some cases, a potential threat to national security.

    In a statement to AFP, Sarkozy’s lawyers said the former president and his supermodel wife had no option but to take legal action.

    “The protection of private and secret conversations constitutes one of the foundations of a democratic society and they cannot accept comments made in private being recorded and published without their consent,” the lawyers said.

    The taped conversations which have been made public so far contain some slightly embarrassing material.

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  • #AceNewsGroup 14:51 on March 5, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter, , , , Meryl Streep   

    ` UK : ` House of Commons needing to fill coffer's will open its doors to make a movie with Meryl Streep -Suffragette' 


    #AceMediaNews says that Britain’s House of Commons will open its doors to a commercial film crew for the first time next month in a bid to raise cash, welcoming Meryl Streep for a movie about the suffragettes, officials said – AFP.

    The Oscar-winning actress is appearing alongside Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter in the British film “Suffragette”, the fictional tale of one woman’s fight for the right to vote.

    Parliamentary authorities decided last year to try to boost their coffers by renting out parts of the Palace of Westminster when lawmakers are not sitting, although crews will not be allowed to film in the debating chamber.

    Alan Haselhurst, chairman of the Commons administration committee, said a film about the fight for women’s suffrage a century ago was a perfect way to start.

    “As a British film which clearly relates to parliament’s history and heritage, this is an ideal pilot for the House of Commons to identify the opportunities for location filming and income generation,” he said on Tuesday.

    Adrian Wootton, chief executive of the British Film Commission, commented: “Opening up such an iconic location as the House of Commons for filming is fantastic news.”

    Streep won the best actress Oscar, her second, in 2012 for her portrayal of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady”, but all parliament scenes were filmed in a mock-up of the famous chamber.

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  • #AceNewsGroup 16:08 on March 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    ` Berlusconi’s Publshing House ` Mondadori ‘ launches `My Pope Weekly Magazine ‘ 


    #AceMediaNews says that the Mondadori publishing house announced on Tuesday that it is launching a new magazine entirely devoted to the weekly doings, sayings, gestures and activities of Pope Francis, AP said. “My Pope” hits news-stands on Wednesday.

    It will include a free pull-out poster with one of Francis’ more memorable quotes from the previous seven days. Mondadori, part of ex-Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s media empire, is headed by his daughter, Marina Berlusconi.

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  • #AceNewsGroup 19:09 on February 11, 2014 Permalink
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    ” Good Ship Lollipop Star Passes away Peacefully in California” 


    #AceMediaNews says `Hollywood star Shirley Temple Dies Aged 85′

    English: Shirley temple from the Public Domain...

    English: Shirley temple from the Public Domain movie “Glad Rags to Riches” (1933, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0022945/) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

    Hollywood star Shirley Temple Black has died at the age of 85, the BBC reported. Her family said she died on Monday at home in Woodside, California, from natural causes. The actress found fame as a child star in the 1930s in films like Bright Eyes, Stand Up and Cheer and Curly Top. She went on to become US ambassador to Ghana and Czechoslovakia. There is also a non-alcoholic cocktail named after her.

     

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  • #AceNewsGroup 19:49 on February 9, 2014 Permalink
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    My Bouquet of Inspiration Awards :) 


    #AceMediaNews says `Kev’s Inspiration Awards’ #Kevs-domain

     
    • Kev 20:37 on February 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

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      • #AceNewsGroup 21:02 on February 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Just setting up a new site Kev which will only be for sharing of yours and all my WP and Facebook Friends, will let you know very soon more details.

  • #AceNewsGroup 20:34 on February 8, 2014 Permalink
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    Azure- Chapter 25 


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    Cordelia awoke and rubbed her eyes and sore throat. ‘Where am I?’ She thought, but then she remembered and smiled, stretching out her new legs in the warm bed. She wrapped her arms around herself and stroked the soft sleeves of Nikolai’s shirt, inhaling the scent of his aftershave. Although mute, she felt quite happy in the place that would be her new found home. Cordelia puzzled over what to do. Did Nikolai already like her? She wasn’t sure and if he didn’t , what would the consequences be for the both of them?

    Jenna peered out of the circular port hole. It was going to be another glorious day. She showered and dressed quickly, gazing at the sleeping Nikolai. She pulled the sheet back over him to keep him warm and kissed his soft cheek as she combed her hair ; French plaiting it out of the way. She…

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  • Kev 18:18 on February 8, 2014 Permalink
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    My book Miedo (Living Beyond Childhood Fears) supports Hull, city of culture 2017 by Giving an inside look at life in Hull from the perspective of a child growing up in the mid 1960s-1980s. Lots of places are mentioned, like Hedon Road, Hessle Road, Old town and Hull Royal Infirmary etc. See my post: http://kevs-domain.net/2014/02/08/miedo-living-beyond-childhood-fears/ for more information.

     
  • #AceNewsGroup 19:46 on January 23, 2014 Permalink
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    #AceMediaServices : ” The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorns Horn” 


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  • #AceNewsGroup 20:02 on January 11, 2014 Permalink
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    Facebook: “Facing a Lawsuit over False Likes” 


    #AceMedaiNews says according to #MediaSources the question being asked is ……… did Facebook user Anthony Ditirro like the USA Today Facebook page, or didn’t he? Perhaps the answer will emerge during court proceedings, as the Colorado resident filed a lawsuit against the social network, seeking class-action status, and claiming that Facebook falsified likes for advertising purposes, CNET reported. According to the suit, as reported by CNET, Ditirro appeared in at least one sponsored story, brought to his attention by one of his friends.

     
  • #AceNewsGroup 11:12 on January 5, 2014 Permalink
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    #AceNewsGroup says to All its Readers “Thank You for 1000 Likes on Our Posts” 


    WP Like Button#AceNewsGroup says today marks another milestone for our group and it is all thanks to you the readers kind support and all your likes, as we have reached 1000 and we could not do it without your support.

    So all l can say is a great big thank you from the Ace News GroupThanks in all languages   

     

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  • #AceNewsGroup 13:47 on December 29, 2013 Permalink
    Tags: , ABI Research, Cable television, entertainment, Hulu, iTunes, Silver Pictures, , ,   

    “Communication Devices Provide Entertainment For Every Age and Every Taste – But are they Really Making Us Happier or More Self-Reliant on Virtual Feelings” 


    #AceMediaNews says “Communication Devices Provide Entertainment Options for Every Age and Every Taste” but are they really making us Happier or More Self-Reliant on Virtual Feelings”

    Entertainment Options for Every Age, Every Taste

    “Too many 40-year-old adolescents, felons, power drinkers and trustees of modern chemistry.” – Dalton, “Road House,” Silver Pictures, 1989

    It’s interesting to watch the TV networks and cable providers brawl over who is/should get the biggest share of the entertainment payment pie.  Especially when both sides are making handsome profits.

    But they always seem to “work things out.” Cost is simply passed along to you!

    But fewer folks are tolerating the constant increases because today consumers have more options … a lot more options.

    Those that do … its habit!

    For Gen Yers who grew up always knowing the Internet was there for them, it’s become their first choice for entertainment with almost limitless “TV” channel choices.

    And it all happened relatively quickly:

    -        1999 – Victoria’s Secret fashion show “aired” online, choking the Internet

    -        2000 –  Samsung introduced the first cellphone with a built-in camera and people started uploading all their best stuff to the web

    -        2005 – YouTube formed but online video infrastructure could barely support viewing activity

    -        2010 – a team of scientists/engineers send a GoPro camera into near space (80,000 ft) and the online video has been viewed more than 3B times and copied hundreds of times

    -         2012 – the 4.13 minute Gangnam Style video was posted on the web with duplicates at YouTube and Facebook. To date, there have been more than 20B GS views, 40M copies downloaded, billions of mentions/likes/links around the globe. No one said taste was a prerequisite for being on the web!

    New choices keep coming every time we turn on our smart TV set, tablet or smart phone.

    Smart Options – Today’s smart TVs, like some of LG’s units, are not only being bought by consumers, they are finally being connected to the Internet  with streaming media players like the Nuvola as people begin to move beyond the standard cable/satellite bundled offerings. With the Internet, people can find and enjoy content that is of interest specifically to them, rather than the general audiences networks try to appeal to. The anything, anytime audience is also gaining the attention of marketers and advertisers.

    The Times Warner Cable/CBS negotiations (and blackout) will probably help a whole bunch of people realize they do have an option to the constantly rising cable bill.

    Dalton warned both sides, “I want you to be nice until it’s time to not be nice.”

    Connection Options

    Today’s smart TV can be connected to TV sets with your Xbox, PS, NanoTech Nuvola or Roku to deliver a world of news, information and entertainment.

    Sure, everyone would like to upgrade their screen to a smart TV; but face it…even with prices coming down they ain’t cheap.

    And it’s hard to justify a new set when the present one is only a year or two old if the content isn’t 4K quality.

    Dalton calmly said, “I want you to remember that it’s a job. It’s nothing personal.”

    That’s why, according to ABI Research, the global market for smart streaming devices and dongles will surpass 18 million units this year. The research firm projects the market for smart units and dongles will grow at a rate of 10.8 percent through 2018, thanks to areas like the Asia-Pacific and Latin America.

    Then too, people like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and iTunes are producing their own entertainment to compete with cable networks.

    Freedom of Choice – The rising cable/satellite company monthly charges plus the younger generation that is growing up on the Internet (who never had a conventional TV connection) are helping people seek out new options for their TV time. Cable cutting is only a minor movement but it is forcing the entire entertainment industry to take a fresh, new look at its business model.

    Rising monthly charges and professional alternative content are making it very easy for more and more people to cut the cord and move their viewing to the Internet.

    Of course, there’s always the tablet or smart phone for viewing.

    If you’re connecting at home, you’re probably using a cable operator, cheaper but still…

    The number of online video viewers this year will be about half of the 2B plus people who use the internet.

    Cable Plus

    But it’s not always a matter of cutting the cable.  There are a number of reasons people want to watch their content over the internet or add the online activity while viewing cable shows.

    My TV – Consumers around the globe are adding the Internet to their TV/entertainment viewing options on all of their devices. In many instances, people blend plain-old-TV with Internet connected device activities.

    What does bother the content selling side of the cable company is the trend that is being set by the younger generations to simply do everything on the Internet.

    Researchers at RVA recently found that more than 25 per cent of under-35 broadband users consistently got all of their television/movie programming through the Internet and didn’t access broadcast or cable programming at all.

    Life on the iNet – While cable/satellite companies continue to have good viewing numbers, they also see those numbers decreasing. They are really focused on the Gen Y and teen generation audience which has had never bothered to sign up for the rising annual TV fees but has always taken advantage of Internet-available news, information, entertainment.

    About half of this group had never purchased programming from a cable or satellite television provider.

    Across all age categories, a growing number of broadband consumers are now receiving all of their programming from the Internet.

    Content owners think that direct relationship is a natural growth, so expect a mish-mash – pay TV and OTT coming to your smart TV or smart dongle/box.

    Traffic Boom

    The video/audio content over the iNet push has surprised (thanks to the kids showing the way).

    Global internet traffic has skyrocketed:

    -        1992 – 100GB/day

    -        1997 – 100GB/hr

    -        2002 – 100GB/sec

    -        2007 – 2,000GB/sec

    -        2012 – 12,000GB/sec

    -        2017 – 35,000GB/sec

    Wade looked at all the potential entertainment coming across the wire/airwaves and said, “I’ll get all the sleep I need when I’m dead.”

    Content suppliers are feeding an almost unquenchable demand and infrastructure folks are rushing to keep up because according to a recent study, 60 per cent of the streams suffer quality degradation leading to re-buffering, slow start-up or poor picture quality.

    FTTH (Fiber to the Home) folks in the Americas like to say they’re going to be the ones that meet the demand but people like Cisco, Ericcssen and Alcatel take a less myopic view and look at the global demand.

    Infrastructure Build-Out – Consumers have kept the leading Internet suppliers and providers very busy (and profitable) by demanding higher-quality video content. The demand for content on any device is projected to continue to increase to the point where video will be the primary consumer of Internet traffic in the near future.

    All forms of IP video (Internet video, IP VoD (video on demand), video files exchanged through file sharing, video streamed gaming, and videoconferencing) will reach 86 percent of total IP traffic.

    By 2015, Internet video will account for 55 percent of all consumer iNet traffic.

    By 2017, global IP video traffic will be 73 percent of all iP traffic.

    Internet video to TV will be 14 percent of consumer Internet video traffic by 2017 and by then, VoD will be equal to six billion DVDs/month!

    But it isn’t all just about mindless entertainment.

    The smart TVs, boxes and dongles will deliver a lot more to the home viewer/user.

    Resource Center – Almost every segment of business is finding new opportunities to deliver news, information and entertainment over the Internet. Cable and telco firms see growing sales/service opportunities, while other business segments see opportunities to get closer to their customers.

    Over the next few years, we’ll also localize and personalize our communications, messaging, shopping and music/visual entertainment.

    Telcos and cable folks are also “encouraging” us to upgrade our appliances, connect them to the iNet and manage our homes from anywhere.

    The healthcare industry is also focused on newer, better and more advanced/complete ways of monitoring and delivering healthcare.

    All of it–not just to your lowly flat screen but also to your tablet, smart phone and, oh yeah, computer.

    As Dalton said, “It’ll get worse before it gets better.

    Then, he looked at both sides in the contract negotiations and said, “My way… or the highway.”

    Courtesy of #AceMediaNews 

     

     
  • #AceNewsGroup 13:00 on December 29, 2013 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , Coolpad, DeNA, Games, GREE, , smart phone, Smartphone,   

    ” Smartphones Are All About Business and Getting Smarter by the Day” 


    #AceMediaNews says ” Smartphones Are All About Business…Funny Business” 

    “I have always known about man. From the evidence, I believe his wisdom must walk hand in hand with his idiocy. His emotions must rule his brain.” – Dr. Zaius,  “Planet of the Apes,” 20th Century Fox, 1968

    Have you noticed that Apple and Samsung have both lowered their sales projections?

    Have you noticed that companies like Huawei, Lenovo, ZTE, Coolpad, Xiaomi and Oppo have all raised their projections?

    O.K., they aren’t household names but they will be soon, at least household names in certain parts of the globe.

    That’s because these firms (and probably hundreds of no-names you’ll never hear of) are doing something Apple and Samsung won’t or don’t want to do … make a cheap – really cheap – smartphone.

    Sure, we know you don’t care. You love your iPhone or Galaxy because it lets you do just about everything and be in touch with just about everyone.

    Got something to do?

    There’s an app for that.

    Want to avoid something you need to do?

    There are hundreds of apps for that.

    The problem is, worldwide, more folks who can’t afford to drop the equivalent of a year’s plus salary for one of those two phones than there are of people who can afford them!

    Emerging Share – While the industrial countries account for more of the expendable income, people in emerging countries are making it known they are ready for technology. China and India both have populations of about a billion each. Add the people in Brazil, Russia and a few other countries and you’re talking serious markets who are smart phone  ready!

    The folks most interested in getting their hands on a smart phone to do everything are those individuals living in the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries.

    The Chinese like the sleek look of the iPhone and Galaxy and everything you can do with them; but cripes, the iPhone 5 costs about $780 in China and the Galaxy S4 costs about $850 … jeezz!

    And they have to pay full price because Chinese carriers didn’t buy into the idea of a phone subsidy to get you into the habit of using their service.

    So the ingenious Chinese figure they can knock there socks off and give their countrymen – and the world – what they really want…a cheap look-alike smart phone.

    Analysts at Bernstein figure that could mean about 300M phones a year in China and an equal number in the rest of the BRIC.

    Sure, they could use their old flip-phones to make calls but they want to do what you do …look cool… play games.

    Look at U.S. mobile gamers as an example – 17.7 percent will use their feature phone for gaming by 2017, but 90 percent of smart phone users will do the same with their everything device.

    Don’t you think the ROW (rest of the world) will want to do the same?

    Well Yeah!

    As George Taylor said, “Chalk up another victory to the human spirit.”

    That’s great news for Japanese mobile social gaming firms DeNA and GREE. When it comes to monetizing their users they’re more efficient than anyone else.

    That’s probably why Zynga bribed Don Mattrick, the head of Microsoft’s Xbox business, with a pay package that could be worth about $50M to give them a more global look at the market.

    Despite all the business and store apps that are available to you and me, just remember the one thing we (O.K., you and my kids) want to do is play games.

    Keeping Limber – Smartphones let people do a lot of things and stay in touch with a lot of people; but the thing most users add are a few dozen games to keep them from getting bored. Ironically, most of the game play on their go-anywhere mobile device is at home.

    Gamers are gamers, no matter where they live; or, as Julius said, “You know the saying, “Human see, human do.”

    No wonder DeNa and GREE are glad to see those cheap smartphones coming out and why Zynga went on a staff diet and wrote a big check for a new boss.

    Global Potential – The game industry has always been strong with all age groups, even though Boomers and Gen Xers don’t admit it. In the emerging economies, the potential for mobile game play is very strong because the device is often their first and only computing/communications device and the potential for mobile games – especially with less expensive smartphones – will be tremendous for developers.

    While console and PC games made healthy contributions to the 39 percent gaming growth that showed a respectable $960M in sales last year in the U.S., mobile will take the lead–especially in developing countries where the phone is their primary computing/communications device.

    Researchers at Newzoo project that much of the growth will come from the Asia-Pacific and Latin American countries and that the new lower-cost smartphones could help game developers rake in about $12.3B by the end of the year

    There’s no reason the model that has worked so well in the EU and Americas won’t work just as well (translation – profitably) in countries where kids play games even more than ours.

    All Segments Strong – With the introduction of new game consoles and ultralight notebooks, the console/PC market segment should continue to be good. But new generations of mobile devices (especially low-cost smartphones) should kick mobile gaming into high gear.

    In the U.S., game developers make their money from a combination of paid downloads, in-game purchases of virtual goods and in-game advertising.

    And the market is rapidly evolving to free, platform-agnostic games supported by a combination of ads and virtual goods sales.

    Multiply the U.S. figures by even 10 and suddenly you’re talking about a serious pocket of change!

    Profit Play – Whether they are paid or free games, creative developers have also figured out how to turn a profit with the games people play. With the rapid ramp-up of cheap smartphones that have a good “look/feel,” the open platform games could become even more profitable.

    Yep, the market is going to be big, huge even; and there’s nothing out there to make me believe that the new potential gamers will be any different from the people doing it right now … yes, right now!

    According to eMarketer, more than half of the U.S. and EU mobile phone users will play games on their phones this year. (The other half will lie about it.)

    Even though 44 percent primarily play games at home, 22 percent said they played “while waiting for something” and 21 percent played while traveling.

    While females tended more toward puzzles, guys preferred action and sports games (about 3 to 1 in each category).

    Game Categories – Game developers don’t really develop new games, new segments, new features for themselves, they design them for the guys/gals so they buy more and more and more. While males tend to prefer sweaty palms and brutal action, the ladies prefer finesse, talent and eye/hand/mind coordination to win.

    At the same time, the tastes in game play changes with the various age groups.

    Adrenalin- pumping action games tend to appeal more to the younger crowds while older players of both sexes tend to migrate to puzzle games.

    Both GREE and DeNA have a very broad user base by offering games to fit every age group and play preferences.

    With more smartphones being designed for consumers in emerging markets, the growth potential for the Chinese device manufacturers – and mobile game producers – should be very strong in the coming years.

    According to Canalys, Samsung presently has 20 percent of the Chinese market, and several “hometown” companies have surpassed Apple’s 8 percent market share.

    Local competitors are going to make it tough for Apple and Samsung because Chinese smart phone shoppers are concerned about brand image and the look/feel, but they are still concerned with price.

    Both market leaders will have to deliver lower-cost units to retain and grow their market share without diluting the value (and profit) from their high-margin units.

    The move is important for Apple and Samsung because Chinese switch phones far more often than folks in the West — generally after about six months, compared with every two years or so in developed economies.

    And doing well at home will help the Chinese smartphone producers export their devices to the rest of the emerging countries around the globe.

    As more of the economic smartphones are sold, more kids will download games and the mobile game market that can be monetized will continue to get bigger.

    As George Taylor exclaimed, “It’s a mad house! A mad house!”

    While the device manufacturers are happy to boost the mobile gamer market, they do draw the line as Dr. Zira did when she said, “All right, but you’re so damned ugly.”

    #AceMediaNews

     

     
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