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Google’s YouTube to show some charity?

I’m not often moved by local affairs. I don’t even read the local papers all that often. But if there’s something of note, my dad will read aloud, and we’ll either laugh and rage. So what do Google’s YouTube, a singer from Barnsley and a charity have in common that got me thinking? Sat in […]

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iPod, iPhone set to merge case designs?

“You know you are a nerd when you dream technology!” Exclaims Carl during one of our daily chats on Skype. You see, Carl had a dream about the Apple iPod last night. He has a habit of dreaming about Apple stuff in the days running up to a major event, like the WWDC (World Wide […]

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Apple, YouTube, EMI in tech’ triumvirate

Technology can be an incestuous business to be in. Deals being forged one week, when only the week before, those same parties were sat staring at each other across a court room. And if you keep an ear to the ground an finger to the wind, you’ll have a noticed that it’s the same names […]

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Google, Clipmarks look to video

It wasn’t too long ago that Digg started offering video as a peer content offering, along side the regular common-or-garden variety universal resource locator (link to you & me!) Well it looks like Google have been experimenting with video in their search results, too: “Looks like Google is experimenting with including videos in the organic […]

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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, […]