Instantly available CD-Rs of live recordings are too 20th century. Upload the gig straight onto your USB memory key. After all, you were going to rip the CD anyway.
Archive for April, 2004
The Federal Communications Commission now requires that all set-top box providers give Firewire-enabled units to any customer that asks for one.
The Recording Industry Association of America has launched another 477 lawsuits against allegded file swappers.
The rurmours have been flying for a while, now the search-engine leader confirms it intends to go public, but no date set yet.
A unique partnership between a school and a broadband entertainment provider is engaging pupils and providing new ways to learn.
We look at the new features in today’s iTunes update.
A report from the University of Amsterdam states what we already know: EU legislation will have no effect because most of our spam comes from further afield.
The eXtentia just needs a power cable and an aerial and you’re off.
German band Super Smart have brought out an entire album as polyphonic mobile phone ringtones, in an attempt to “rethink the music industry”.