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The Mozilla Foundation has officially announced the results of the Firefox Download Day - a Guinness World Record for most downloads of a software product in 24 hours.
Figures released by network equipment vendor Sandvine yesterday show peer-to-peer networking accounting for almost half of overall US Internet traffic.
QTrax has announced deals with major music industry types to offer a 25 million song catalogue for free download, with no risk of being sued? Has the music industry finally woken up?
I know it's damn cold here in Blighty, but I didn't think I'd live to see the day when Sony BMG plans to drop DRM (and sell music through channels other than Apple's iTunes).
Verizon is bumping up the speed of its FIOS services to a whopping 20mb symmetrical connection.
In this week's poll, we're asking what brand of digital music player you use. Did you get picked up by the Apple steamroller, or are you using something else?
NBC Universal has declined to renew its contract with Apple to sell TV shows through the iTunes store. Apple responds by not selling any new NBC show.
Shut down the iPlayer? NEVER! Secret background processes continue to hog your Internet connection despite what you tell it to do.
Apple announced yesterday that its iTunes music store has now sold more than three billion songs since its launch four years ago.
Amid an ever increasing amount of lawsuits in the US, UK citizens are downloading more unauthorised music then ever before.
EMI wants "compensation" from Apple and Microsoft's online download services for releasing music DRM free
Google is coming under fire from Hollywood after the company is believed to have helped websites responsible for offering illegal film downloads.
2007 could be the year where the DRM wall finally crumbles because a number of major record labels are pushing for the right to sell unprotected digital downloads.
A new service called SpiralFrog will launch in December, offering completely free music downloads. They've already got Universal backing them so could this be the end of iTunes?
Yahoo! may well set the trend for the music industry in the future, by selling MP3s without DRM protections in place.
Microsoft has issued a cease and desist order to the owners of VistaTorrent.com in order to stop the unauthorised distribution of the company's Windows Vista public beta.
Microsoft offered exclusive E3 content for download onto the Xbox 360 last week, and the move proved massively popular. Live has now had over 24 million downloads.
Variable pricing for songs on the store? Not if Jobs has his way, and it rather looks like he will, according to new reports.
The network that shows Lost and Desperate Housewives will be conducting a download experiment this year. Could this be the beginning of the IPTV era?
The US Department of Justice is investigating the price of digital music downloads. Sony BMG, Universal, EMI and Warner Music Group are all in the firing line.
Apple are rumoured to be setting up an iTunes office in the Channel Islands. Many suspect this is to offer VAT-free music to UK users, but Apple deny this.
CNET Download.com, celebrating its 10th birthday this year, have announced the Top 10 downloads of the past 10 years.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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