Zing Making The News Again
April 9, 2007
Speaking about the competitive landscape.......While Zing is indeed a partner of Sirius, they also have product offerings of their own, and award winning hardware to boot!!!!!
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You signed up to be an Insider and be the first to hear about news and activities with ZING. And do we have news! The Sansa Connect, the first PC-free WiFi MP3 player, is shipping.
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In the coming months, we’ll have even more product, partnership and promotion information to share with you. So, stay tuned…SanDisk® Sansa Connect Available This Weekend
Spring 2007 kicks off with a ZING! The SanDisk Sansa Connect was announced, demonstrated, and the winner of CNET Best of Show at CES in January. Now it's available to purchase. Take a look at all the premium music service features that with subscription include the mobile integration of Yahoo! Music Unlimited To Go service, automated downloading of fresh mix lists based on your song favorites, use of your Yahoo! IM account to see and share song recommendations with all your friends, and so much more. All directly from your Sansa Connect WiFi MP3 player, without a PC.CNN Now Available on SIRIUS Internet Radio
The SIRIUS Internet Radio programming offering and line-up continues to expand. Now SIRIUS Stiletto 100 portable satellite radio owners can keep up-to-date with the latest broadcasts of news and information from CNN radio online. Read the press release. The ZING services used on the Stiletto 100 will make sure you can listen to CNN, SIRIUS programming and your favorite music and entertainment via satellite or an Internet connection.
4/09/2007 09:25:00 PM
SSG Has Merged. You Can Read All Of The Latest SSG Content By Clicking Here
That's pretty funny considering that Sirius has lost nearly a billion dollars more than XM over its lifespan, two billion of which came AFTER they announced they had hired Stern.
By April 09, 2007 11:34 PM
Of greater concern is SIRI's weaker liquidity position and greater cash burn.
Apparently, Cramer hasn't spent a lot of time reading either company's financial statements.
Cramer is worthless when it comes to SIRI and XMSR. He can't get over recommending SIRI the day before Mel lowered subscriber numbers last year. He holds a grudge a long time, so forget his opinions on these stocks.
By April 10, 2007 10:12 AM
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