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David Vranicar
The BBC's Olympian Streaming Ambitions
05/16/12 8:27 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 705 Words

A standardized connected TV application will offer live and catch-up video to Sony Smart TV, PlayStation 3, Virgin Media TiVo and other platforms yet to be announced.

The plan is to air 2,500 hours of Olympic coverage, a 1,000-hour uptick from...

Ned Madden
The Rising Wave of Gamification
04/26/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2286 Words

Hoary Windows PCs and Macs and the familiar game consoles -- Microsoft Xbox, Sony Playstation, Nintendo Wii-- are being challenged (and often replaced) by mobile tablets (e.g., Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, RIM PlayBook, HP/Palm TouchPad) and smartphones. With gaming-optimized dual-core chips,...

Richard Adhikari
Pirate Bay Swashbucklers Convicted in Swedish Court
04/17/09 11:59 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 727 Words

They were also fined a total of more than US$3.5 million, which will be paid to various media and entertainment companies like Warner Bros., EMI, Sony Music Entertainment and Columbia Pictures.

Neij and Warg are the founders of Pirate Bay, Lunde the...

Keith Regan
Google Moving Fast to Curb YouTube Copyright Concerns
11/03/06 11:13 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 617 Words

Reports say Google CEO Eric Schmidt is leading an effort to convince media companies such as NBC Universal , News Corp. , Time Warner and Viacom to allow users of YouTube to share video clips of their television shows and movies.

Keith Regan
Google Closing In on YouTube Acquisition
10/09/06 11:28 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 870 Words

Others said to be interested in acquiring the site are media conglomerates such as Viacom and News Corp. , as well as Microsoft and Yahoo .

Google has some $10 billion in cash on hand and some analysts have been calling on...

Paul Korzeniowski
Hackers Change Attack Modes, Seek Financial Payoff
04/07/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 903 Words

Security products such as firewalls and virus protection systems are improving, as is the ability of vendors to fix problems quickly and easily. "Companies have hardened the outer perimeter of their networks, so it is more difficult for outsiders to penetrate them," noted Rose Ryan, an analyst with International Data Corp. ...

Paul Korzeniowski
Dreaming of a WiFi Christmas
12/13/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 887 Words

Smaller sets are also gaining network connectivity. Sony offers 7-inch and 12.1-inch versions of its LocationFree portable broadband LCD TV sets. Casio developed a 10-inch version of its Xfer XF-1000 WiFi TV. These flat panel displays are about the size of a...

Paul Korzeniowski
Industry Move to 100M WiFi Hits a Bump
11/30/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 934 Words

The TGN Sync camp, which featured Agere Systems , Atheros Communications, Intel , Sony and Qualcomm , proposed expanding the channel bandwidth from 20 MHz to 40 MHz. This change would boost maximum throughput to 315M bps but would cut the number...

Jennifer LeClaire
Nintendo Puts Handwriting on DS Wall
10/27/05 9:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 535 Words

Has Nintendo seen the writing on the wall as Sony PSP attempts to edge in on its handheld market share? Perhaps, say analysts, as evidenced in part by the video game maker's latest technology initiative.

Feature-Rich Gaming
The Nintendo...

Keith Regan
Viacom Mulling iFilm Buy as Web Video Distribution Booms
09/23/05 10:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 550 Words

Backers include Sony Pictures, Rainbow Media, Liberty Digital and Eastman Kodak

Hollywood trade paper Daily Variety reported that others have kicked the tires of iFilm in the past, including News Corp., which has been on its own Internet-focused buying spree, and online...

Paul Korzeniowski
Wireless Services Ready To Take to the Skies
04/06/05 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 952 Words

To date, more than 1,500 aircraft have been equipped with AirCell products, which provide voice, fax , e-mail , data , and Internet connectivity services , including support for Nexrad Corp.'s weather imagery system which helps pilots avoid turbulence.

Three of...

Paul Korzeniowski
Better Keep That Laptop Within Reach
08/12/04 7:50 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1024 Words

Unfortunately, such scenarios have become quite common. "As laptop use has increased during the past few years, so have the opportunities available to criminals to steal the devices," said Alan Promisel, research analyst at market research firm International Data Corp. (IDC).

Two...

Paul Korzeniowski
Work on Higher-Speed WLAN Standard Begins
08/07/04 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 904 Words

In July, Agere Systems , working with Atheros, Intel , Nokia and Sony , outlined a way to increase transmission speeds to 500 Mbps by taking advantage of two innovations.

The first is Multiple Inputs Multiple Outputs (MIMO), which uses two to...

Paul Korzeniowski
Personal Video Players May Be Next Big Wave
07/31/04 1:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 892 Words

With online music sites gaining traction, suppliers' focus has shifted to video, an area where some groundwork already has been done. "Vendors have found that there is a segment of the population that wants to view videos as they wait in an airport, sit in an automobile, or relax in a hotel room," Josh Martin, an industry analyst with International Data Corp. ...

Stephanie Losi
Daily CyberCrime and Security Report for February 3, 2003
02/03/03 11:27 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 390 Words

"'Trustworthy Computing is failing,' Russ Cooper of TruSecure Corp. said of the Microsoft initiative. 'I gave it a "D-minus" at the beginning of the year, and now I'd give it an 'F...'"

Full Story on CNN

The Register: Cyber Attacks...

Paul A. Greenberg & Lori Enos
One Year Ago: MP3.com Caves in to Legal Blow
05/11/01 5:13 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 815 Words

Users will be unable to access music from Arista Records, Inc., Atlantic Recordings Corp., Capitol Records, Inc., Sony Music Entertainment, Inc., and Warner Bros. Records.

"We regret the need to take this step," MP3.com president Robin Richards said in a...

Tim McDonald
Intel Scuttles Low-End Chip
10/02/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 545 Words

Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) has abandoned plans for a long-delayed, low-end computer chip aimed at making personal computers cheaper to build. According to the company, while technicians worked to fix design flaws, the potential market for the chip disappeared. The "Timna" chip was...

Paul A. Greenberg & Lori Enos
Music Industry Seeks Napster Shutdown
06/13/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 639 Words

The two groups backed up their request with results of a study from California-based Field Research Corp. that cites a correlation between Napster use and decreased retail music sales , based on the consumer behavior of 2,555 college students who use the...

Chet Dembeck
MP3.com's Robertson Has the Right Stuff
06/08/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 584 Words

The company's decision made it impossible for users to share music from Arista Records Inc., Atlantic Recordings Corp., Capitol Records Inc., Sony Music Entertainment Inc. and Warner Bros. Records.

"We regret the need to take this step," Robertson said at the...

Tim McDonald
Gateway Internet Products Bypass Intel, Windows
05/30/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 528 Words

The new device bypasses the two industry giants and will use a processor from Transmeta Corp., a long-time Microsoft nemesis that specializes in low-power, inexpensive chips . It will also use a version of the open-source Linux operating system and is expected...

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