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A lawsuit in Texas shows how imperative it is for VoIP providers to figure out their 911 compatibility issues.
Get ready for the biggest technology trial in years, with the entertainment industry looking to quash peer-to-peer and piracy for good.
Few believe the FCC will begin policing cable and satellite, but some see the decency battle as a way to force cable companies to offer a la carte pricing and broader channel options.
Hollywood’s push for restrive DRM technologies may have hit a snag, after judges questioned the logic of allowing content creators to dictate manufacturing standards.
The Napster ‘hack’ allows music lovers to convert their music streams into music downloads but the issue of stream-capturing is much bigger than a single hacked player, something no one wants to talk about.
In an exclusive conversation with TechnologyReview.com, Linspire’s Michael Robertson discusses his new music service for Linux users, and the home entertainment hub that goes with it.
TiVo, long the idea-leader in the digital video recorder space, may soon find itself a footnote in the history of technology.
On the eve of a major technology rollout, subscription music services grapple with marketing strategies.
Unwilling to settle with the MPAA, one BitTorrent site owner turns to the users to pay his legal bills.
The future is here for the movie industry, Apple and Microsoft. Each faces a challenge to corral the digital media environment.