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Pirate Wars No Longer-MPAA Renames Anti-Piracy Division

Well, seems like the Royal Navy of the Pirate Wars has sacked a few commodores, ladies and gentlemen.

The MPAA, currently up to its neck in lawsuits against various BitTorrent related sites, has recently moved to toss out MPAA general counsel Greg Goeckner, the director of worldwide anti-piracy operations and the deputy director of Internet anti-piracy. read more…

New WiFi Standard Coming in 2010; WiFi Direct Uses no Routers

After we’ve seen the 802.11n standard finally getting official certification we now know that there’s a new WiFi standard coming our way. WiFi Direct will let you connect any two WiFi gadgets without the need of a router to handle the connection and the WiFi Alliance will probably unveil this new standard by mid 2010. read more…

The Pirate Bay Removed from Index by Google

The Pirate Bay site is going through some difficult times and I don’t just mean the whole transformation process it should have gotten a long time ago. While it’s not exactly certain what will happen to it and if it will ever be transformed into a legit site that would charge you when downloading stuff, The Pirate Bay currently has some problems with Google indexing too:

In response to a complaint we received under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we have removed 4 result(s) from this page. read more…

Vuzix Brings Wrap 230, 280 Widescreen and 920 to the UK

In case you’re not willing to buy a new big screen TV then you might be interested in trying Vuzix new interactive glasses. The company will offer three versions to UK customers: the Wrap 230, Wrap 280 Widescreen and Wrap 290. read more…

Movie Theaters to Use Infrared Light to Stop Piracy Recordings

Whether we like to admit it or not, we have all seen at least one poorly recorded movie. And I am talking of course about pirate recordings made in movie theaters. And it looks like there might be a solution to fight against those recordings. read more…

LG Receives Four EISA Awards

LG Electronics, the leading manufacturer of products integrated with advanced features and technologies, is pleased to announce that it won four prestigious awards in the 2009 European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) Awards. read more…

YouTube Starts Experimenting with 3D Videos


To tell you the truth I am not a big fan of 3D videos or movies simply because my eyes seem to hate those glasses. But there are plenty of people who would contradict me so it’s no wonder that YouTube, a very popular video service, is considering expanding its service to offer 3D videos in the future. read more…

Sonic Offers You 3D Movies Straight from CinemaNow

Do you need access to more 3D movies? Well how about a 3D movies on your HDTV? Sonic Solutions has announced today that it will bring you all the available 3D movies straight from CinemaNow to your home. read more…

Sony Walkman Turns 30 Years Old

It was thirty years ago that a small portable cassette player took the world by storm. Sony introduced the first method of portable music. Today, this simple Walkman is outshined by iPods and other MP3 players. read more…

Sanus Systems Launches Sanus Mobile

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Sanus Mobile

Sanus Systems, a leading global manufacturer of consumer electronics accessories, audio/video mounts and furnishings, has launched Sanus Mobile, a new mobile website application that allows consumers and industry professionals to access the Sanus website from their cellular phones at:  m. read more…

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Xbox.com and Xbox Live Undergoing Maintenance June 16

The Xbox 360 will be undergoing some scheduled maintenance on June 16th. Xbox.com and Xbox Live will be shut down for awhile, however this will also make Netflix streaming to your Xbox 360 unusable for that period. read more…

Wii Fastest Selling Console in U.S. and the World

The Wii has already set many sales records, but now it looks like Nintendo has claimed another big one. The latest NPD figures indicate that the Wii has become the fastest-selling console ever in the U. read more…

TV Advertising Volume to be Lowered by New Congress Bill?

Are you tired of all those commercials on TV? Would you like your favorite shows to last even longer? Well that’s not going to happen soon but the Congress is trying to push a bill to reduce TV advertising volume. read more…

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