Proving a cellular connection can be shared around a home network and act as an alternative to a broadband – all be it a slower one
Archive for August, 2003
Court papers filed against a Brooklyn woman reveal some of the the tactics employed by the music industry to catch music file sharers. The case will also throw up some answered questions
Early stages, but showing mobile high bandwidth promise – Nokia take the first steps
Potentially controversial DVD copying software by Redxpress is to be released and shipped with some DVD burners
Business Week enthuse about the current and future market for video games
In a bold move, Greg Dyke announced that all BBC Radio and TV content will be made available to the public on-line, in the BBC Creative Archive.
Rising from the ashes of the old SonicBlue, two portable Rio music players have their own unique features
In what some see as the future of the WiFi service provider industry, Canadian companies announce roaming agreements
The Register interviews Magnus McEwen-King, chief exec of Broadreach Networks about the future of WiFi access
In a serious move to bring the Nokia N-Gage forward as a multi-player mobile gaming platform, Nokia buy Sega Network Applications Package, SNAP. They’ll gain a huge amount of knowledgeable from Sega expertise in this area as well as tempt games developers to move to their platform.