"The advantage of DSM -- which aims to replace DSL if its creators have their way -- is to use current copper wiring to create 100Mbps service in the home by futzing with the way that signals and packets are processed and transferred."
"...new copy-protection software for DVD publishers from a company called ProtectDisc not only makes it difficult to rip movies that you've purchased -- no surprise there -- but actually prevents discs from playing in a Windows PC at all."
"...using a small mirror to let you use that little iSight camera on the MacBook as a forward-facing video camera..."
"Widgets Live! is the first event centered around the emerging widget economy/"
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"McDonald's is testing an in-store service called m-Venue, allowing customers to download music and video from Sony BMG, Universal Music and others via mobile phone or Wi-Fi-connected laptop. ...food sales are increasing since it launched the service."
"More magazines are starting to appoint brand stewarts, as they struggle to stay relevant to readers and advertisers. Glamour managing editor Susan Goodall recently was assigned the task of overseeing the magazine's online, podcast, video, book and other
"Startup aims to pay writers based on how popular their advice articles are with consumers."
"Google Inc.'s purchase of YouTube came as a surprise to digital ad agency Organic Inc.'s chief executive, Mark Kingdon, who said he thought the online video-sharing startup would have made more sense as a Yahoo Inc. property."
"Nielsen is now measuring playback on digital video recorders, and the results are handing a big lift to some of television's top shows. ... "The Office" spiked nearly 7% when viewing later Thursday night is counted, and more than 11% from viewing up to a
"...a U.S. patent for its technology that can identify copyrighted content in social network and peer-to-peer environments."