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Pownce to be leapt upon by RIAA?


The music industry has often danced to a different tune. And with the start of the new school year, college students return to class with threatening legal documents awaiting them, care of the RIAA. If that’s the song the music labels and the RIAA want to dance to, it’s more like a their smooch than […]


YouTube to kick-off soccer deal?


Much has been said about Google buying YouTube. I’ve even had something to say in the past, too. What with so much content of dubious, questionable copyright floating around on YouTube, many eyes are focused in their direction. A few weeks ago, the BBC struck something of a deal with YouTube, which allowed the BBC […]


Apple, Cisco work on iPhone tech’


I often look for ways of turning a weakness into a strength. It’s a key instrument that any business person employs at some stage in their lives. For the likes of Apple, it’s become a key differentiator – take what people and your competitors perceive as a weakness and build it into a strength. Take […]


Amazon go web accessible


Motivation is a wonderful thing. Some find motivation within. Others without. Those looking without might often find themselves thrust into the limelight by possible legal action, much like Target.com, for example. And so it goes that Amazon.com is making all of the right noises, if pre-emptive of any possible legal action, which wouldn’t do their […]


Macrovision look to DRM future


Digital Rights Management as a topic of discussion is probably as hot as any subject is going to be right now. Quite recently, Steve Jobs issued an open letter, aimed at three different audiences. The intent was to foment some kind of unease with the idea of using DRM technology. And at the very least, […]