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SanDisk has introduced a new physical music format dubbed slotMusic in conjunction with the four major record labels.
Toshiba has announced that it is pulling out of HD DVD, which brings the format war to an end. We can now start to watch HD content!
Wait, what is that sound? Oh, nothing - just the death knell of HD DVD as the Format Wars come to a close. That and Sony, snickering.
Rumours are that Paramount is set to move to the Blu-ray format too, abandoning HD DVD. Could the format wars be over already?
Warner Bros. is planning to unveil a new disc that will work on both HD DVD and Blu-ray players. Will this finally bring to an end the apocalyptic disc wars?
The defendant in a recent RIAA lawsuit has died, but the RIAA is pushing forward anyways. In a show of heart, though, they're giving 60 days to grieve.
Apple has started selling episodes from popular TV series' on its iTunes store for $1.99 per episode.
Variable pricing for songs on the store? Not if Jobs has his way, and it rather looks like he will, according to new reports.
Toshiba has delayed the release of its first next-generation DVD player to coincide with the availability of discs.
Warner has announced that its first wave of next-generation films won't now be released alongside the first player to support them.
According to the Wall Street Journal, online retailing giant Amazon has plans to take on iTunes with their own digital music store. Can anyone break Apple's grip on the market?
A new service, launching initially in Europe, aims to put a stop to torrenting by making a legitimate alternative available. Can it succeed?
Got a dollar mate? Well, now you can download a ringtone for your cellphone from the masters of VoIP.
Photos and plot details emerge for the Doom movie - a $70 million adaptation of a decade-old computer game. Is it doomed to flop?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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