LIGHTNING UK! used our news submit to tell us that the popular DVD Decrypter software has been updated to version 3.1.5.0. On the DVD Decrypter website we can find the following, rather large, list of changes...
Rather predictably, it has not taken long for someone to push the commercial consequences of the recently publicised cracking of the HD-DVD digital rights management (AACS), and use it to emphasise the benefits of Blu-Ray. Over on bit-tech.net, it...
The EFF (Electronic Freedom Foundation), a high-profile digital civil rights organization, has responded to a decision made last week by Washington DC Judge Beryl Howell, which approved of prosecuting attorneys joining together hundreds or thousands of anonymous copyright defendants in a single lawsuit. Predictably, the organization is not pleased.
While Amazon seems to have made mistake, you should read this story on what they can do with e-books and Kindles...
Looks like the Business Software Alliance (BSA) is on the warpath, declaring that on average, 35 percent of all software installed around the world is illegal, the same amount as last...
Personal information of people who lodge complaints at the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was ‘accidentally’ shared online after FCA posted the information on its website. The data, containing names, addresses, phone numbers, and other information were made public in...
And another try to protect media from being widely spread. This time two big players in the market have developed seperate languages to prevent us from copying stuff. XMCL is developed by RealNetworks and XRML by Microsoft. by industry giants...
Crucial has announced its latest Solid State Disk (SSD), the M500 during CES in Las Vegas.
After our previous report about the absurd declarations that people ripping their own audio CDs are thieves, there is another chapter in the saga. According to the recording industries, as reported by Ars Technica, making copies of legally purchased...
Nokia today was forced to issue a recall of as many as 14 million mobile phone chargers that pose an electric shock issue, with anyone affected to be given a replacement charger for free.
Toshiba today announced the availability of its new Trion 150 SSD series. These drives contain Toshiba’s 15nm Triple-Level Cell (TLC) NAND flash.
Peripheral maker LaCie recently introduced its LaCinema Classic HD multimedia player, offering consumers the chance to have a high-definition hub for TV viewers looking for storage and playback abilities.
GristyMcFisty used our news submit to tell us that UK customers will feel very bitter when they start comparing prices of songs on the UK's Apple iTunes service and those on the French and German counterparts.   At the moment the French and...
Altough we don't have much information, Samsung is going to release a DVD+/-R drive. The drive with model name SR-T04B will write both DVD+R and DVD-R discs at 4 speed. Samsung drives are mostly pretty cheap and have an average performance....
Sony PlayStation 3 owners can expect to receive even more content for the PS3 when Sony adds streaming baseball games to the console for PlayStation Network gamers.
Although Google makes most of its revenues from advertisements on its own website and on millions of other websites, the company now also wants to add TV advertisements as a potential revenue stream.

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