Sony seems not to be concerned about its exploding batteries (see Naked Conversations).
The WGA story continues. See the WGA horror story and WGA failures (both from Ed Bott).
Microsoft has a brilliant strategy for its DRM problems (see Techdirt).
While I'm waiting for Windows Media Player 11 and its exciting new features (see The Inquirer) I make just some guesses about how much even better Windows Media Player 12 will be.
See e.g. ZDNet (see Serial Nos. are from MacMerc.com).
Apple has not only given us great gadgets and DRM-systems but awesome new words. So it's clear that not anyone has the right to use apples intellectual properties (see Leo Laportes blog post about a new name for -Beep-casting).
Apple is working hard to succeed Microsoft (see the latest insane pod-sue-mania-story on Scoblelizer).
See also episode 14.
After I've read the TechCrunch post about the expected YouTube price, I think I have to rectify my former post about prices of Web 2.0 companies. This is the correct formula.
See also part 4.
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