Tuesday, June 28, 2005
  • Google Unveils Video Player

    Google Monday released its own video playback feature, "Google Video Player," an open-source-based application for use with their video search. The player allows users to stream video clips uploaded to the search giant's video search application by their creators. ...Read the whole story

  • High Court Deals Blow To P2Ps, Adware Companies

    In a closely watched case that pitted Hollywood against online file-sharing companies, the U.S. Supreme Court Monday unanimously ruled that peer-to-peer networks can be held liable for intentionally luring users to pirate copyrighted movies and videos. ...Read the whole story

  • Local CBS Sites Get Makeover

    From seed-spitting contests to town hall meetings, CBS's local online content will remain provincial, but its packaging is going pro, according to Viacom, which announced Monday that its Television Stations Digital Media Group is relaunching each of its 40 stations' Web sites. ...Read the whole story

  • Supreme Court: Cable Companies Need Not Share Lines

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 decision on Monday that cable companies, unlike telecoms, need not share their lines with rival Internet providers. ...Read the whole story

  • 180solutions Launches Adware Awareness Campaign

    Adware company 180solutions Monday began a campaign to inform all consumers who receive adware from the company that they have ad-serving software installed on their computers. ...Read the whole story

When Graffiti Replaces Discourse

With a hardy "as long as we can hit a high standard and have no risk of vandalism, then it is worth having a try at it again;" and a "Hi-Oh-Silver!" Rob Barrett, the Los Angeles ...More