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February 1, 2002 by

"Muppets" sign up for DivX

DivXNetworks, creator of a technology most closely associated with the growing piracy of Hollywood movies on the Web, said it has licensed its MPEG-4 video compression to The Jim Henson Co., which is known for the popular entertainment characters "The Muppets." Under the deal, San Diego-based DivXNetworks said The Jim Henson Co. will use its technology for a promotional campaign commemorating the 25th anniversary of "The Muppet Show" by offering promotional CDs featuring Muppet video clips encoded in DivX format. According to the company's Web site, DivXNetworks' technology can transfer a feature film over a high-speed connection in about 30 minutes. --Gwendolyn Mariano, Special to ZDNet News

January 29, 1999 by

Sightsound claims music monopoly

Internet multimedia distributor Sightsound.com has claimed in a Thursday statement that it owns the patent for the sale and distribution of music and video content over the Internet.

January 25, 1999 by

Nuggets: MP3 stuff galore

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.

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.

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