By striking out a RealNetwork’s new program, Apple are in danger of appearing anti-consumer.
Archive for July, 2004
A 17 year old boy kills a 14 year old over an unpaid drug debt, the murdered child’s parents blame Rockstar’s 18-rated game.
The UK’s biggest telecoms company finally sees the point of voice over IP – cheaper calls.
The Recording Industry Association of America has won a legal victory which requires ISPs to hand over details of subscribers downloading music through P2P services.
The second in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004, we interviewed Ken Rutkowski, the force behind Ken Radio, on the media platforms available to today’s consumers, and what’s exciting him.
An executive at Microsoft’s French operation has divulged fresh information about their forthcoming anti-virus solution.
After a series of meetings, the UK’s four broadcasters have presented Tessa Jowell with the back of an envelope with UK£1 billion (€1.5 billion) written on it.
In the same week that Ofcom told EPG publishers to make channel criteria public, an Australian company unveils a system that will remove adverts from digital broadcasts.
The Radeon Mobility 9800 is actually based on the X800.