In a bid to prevent piracy, Cinea will be distributing its secure DVD players to judges ensure that screener disks don’t get copied.
Archive for August, 2004
Apple, usually content with “World’s fastest”, “World’s Most Beautiful” or “World’s Most Easily Scratched” go for “Thinnest”, just for a change.
Chip manufacturer Intel has announced that they have produced a circuit with 35 nanometer transistors.
Chief executive Charles Allen says ITV is to launch more digital channels, and is in talks with BBC Worldwide to acquire UKTV’s services.
Posted by Fraser Lovatt on 31 August 2004 | Tagged as: Broadband, Content, Content Indexing & Navigation, Cross platform, Digital TV, Educational, HDTV, IBC2004, Mobile, Regulation, User Generated Content (UGC), Web
This is the sixth in a series of eight articles with some of the people involved with the Digital Lifestyles conference day at IBC2004. We interviewed Ashley Highfield, Director of New Media & Technology and the BBC on the need to make content easily available to the public, and the platforms they might use to obtain it.
Hewlett Packard will be unveiling its line of consumer electronics, including TVs, today.
Valve’s innovative distribution method means that gamers can down load Half-Life 2 – but not play it until the release date.
The UK Qualifiers for the World Cyber Games will be held at i21 on the August bank holiday weekend. With more than 600 gamers paid up to attend this is going to be the gaming event of the summer!
The games which the UK is putting forward players for this year are as follows:Counter-Strike: Condition Zero (PC)
Unreal Tournament 2004 (PC)
Warcraft III: Frozen Throne (PC)
Project Gotham Racing 2 (XBOX)
Currently the largest LAN gaming event in the UK. Featuring several hundred gamers from all over the UK and abroad, they bring together like-minded people in a social and fun atmosphere. You experience games as they were meant to be played over our high speed Local Area Network (LAN), at the UK’s premier LAN party!
The UK’s Channel 4 has signed a deal with UBC to develop a digital talk radio station.