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February 1, 2007 by

What America Could Learn From The BBC

From PC Advisor:The BBC’s plans to offer TV on demand have approved by the BBC Trust subject to certain conditions. It's expected that many BBC TV shows will be available for download by the end of the year, although the full approval of the plans will follow a two-month consultation period.

November 6, 2001 by

File-swappers fight back

It's more than music. The EEF is building a high-powered legal team to draw the line and prevent the entertainment industry from shutting down a technology.

February 7, 2016 By AVSOFT

AV Voice Changer Software Diamond

AV Voice Changer Software Diamond is useful for users who want to be the Voice Master of Media in cyberspace. They can use it to have...

December 29, 1999 by

MP3: A year of living dangerously

This digital music format caused a great deal of trouble this year, leading to legal attacks and the sentencing of a college student. But it also revitalised the music industry

January 15, 1999 by

Nuggets: Samsung goes Rio bashing and DVD-On-A-Chip

Nuggets is a daily update on the latest software and hardware releases provided by our very own gadget man, Mr Justin Pearse. At the end of the month we will provide a roundup of our favourites which you could win in our monthly Nuggets competition.

June 24, 1999 by

New Rio doubles playback time to one hour

Diamond Multimedia Systems representatives said the company will form RioPort as an independent subsidiary, consisting of the popular Rio digital audio device line of business as well as RioPort.com, an MP3 content site for Rio users.

June 29, 1999 by

Music industry gives MP3 the all clear

The Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) -- a consortium of major music labels and technology companies looking to protect digital music -- have backed off plans to block MP3 music copied from CDs, according to analysts and music insiders.

June 22, 1999 by

Diamond's new Rio expected tomorrow

Diamond Multimedia Systems is expected to unveil a new Rio MP3 player Wednesday. Although details are thin, sources close to the company say the new design will probably have twice the storage space of its predecessor.

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