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  • Big content wants to freeze Dotcom's assets

    Warner Music, UMG Recordings, Sony Music and Capitol Records, 20th Century Fox, Disney, Paramount, Universal, Columbia Pictures and Warner Brothers are all involved in the attempt.
  • Lala.com had Apple on its knees

    Cue knew if Google obtained Lala, the ownership of the service coupled with search dominance could kill off iTunes or at least cause it some damage. To make matters worse, Nguyen was getting better deals than him thanks to its connections with Lala's investor, Warner Brothers Music.
  • Game companies cut off registered sex offenders

    According to the New York Times, companies who will be enacting the sex pest ban are Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, Warner Brothers, Disney Interactive Media Group, Blizzard Entertainment and Apple.
  • Kodak files for Chapter 11

    Kodak has $5.1 billion in assets and $6.75 billion in debts and owes money to Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy and Amazon.com; Sony Studios, Warner Brothers, Disney Studios and Paramount Studios and Nokia.
  • File sharing outfit sues Warner Brothers

    A file-sharing company is suing Warner Brothers, claiming that the studio abused a tool it had set up to counter software piracy.
  • Dublin and Dullsville San Jose celebrate 25 years of twindom

    Last time I was in Dublin, Eire, was a few years before the last time I was in San Jose – dubbed Dullsville because everything shuts at 9PM. Last time I was in Dublin nothing appeared to shut, especially not the pubs. It must be the time difference. Everything always shut in Dullsville, very early.
  • 36 minutes of new Harry Potter leaked online, studio furious

    The first 36 minutes of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, has been leaked online much to the fury of Warner Brothers, which has launched an investigation.
  • Christian electronic censorship angers movie studios

    Family Friendly Edited DVDs are being sued by Paramount, Warner Brothers, Sony, Disney, Universal, and Fox.
  • Nvidia CEO rings the 3D bells

    Computex 2010Mr Huang obviously takes the optimistic view that analyst Rob Peddie suggested last week - that stereoscopic PCs would generate gazillions of revenues by 2014.
  • Limewire founders ruled liable for copyright infringement

    Arista, Atlantic, BMG Music, Capital, Elektra, Interscope, LaFace, Motown, Priority, Sony BMG, UMG, Virgin and Warner Brothers sued Lime Group and made the original lawsuit back in 2006.
  • Jobs for journalists at GDC

    It's tough for hacks these days, what with the declining economy and spotty teenage boggers spewing out grammar-free, train of thought drivel for the hungry masses to devour instantaneously in 140 character chunks.
  • Welcome to the HD Voice Codec Wars

    As France Telecom and other carriers start to push HD voice in the mobile world, advocates are lining up behind their favorite bits of codes for delivering higher quality sound.  There are three different battles shaping up among the codec-heads.
  • The two minute guide to mobile HD Voice

    Next week there will be a lot of hype and hot air about HD voice out of Barcelona as the cell phone universe celebrates its annual Baccaus-esque ritual to all things wireless.
  • 3 UK shows off HD voice

    High definition (HD) voice over cellular. It's one of those technologies you didn't know you wanted but will soon desire. And 3 UKis looking to offer it, just because the company can.

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