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Warner Sues Superman, Gets Sued for Piracy Lex Luthor couldn’t have come up with a better legal entanglement for Warner Brothers. The movie studio that owns DC Comics stands accused of pirating a German company’s anti-piracy software.
Google Switches to Mac, Bans Windows Over Security Flaws Google, who employs over 10,000 people worldwide, is gradually but systematically ditching Windows across its entire company due to security concerns. It's a security effort, said one Google employee.
Apple Overtakes Microsoft as 2nd Largest U.S. Company Something big happened yesterday. And yet it remained largely unreported. Apple had finally overtaken Microsoft in terms of market capitalization, making it the second largest company in the U.S.
AV Rant #181: Dog Pillow This week on AV Rant, Tom loses it. Also on tap this week, Onkyo partners with Walmart, the LifeLock dude needs to change his keys, Steven gets a better answer, and moths might improve displays.
Sony's GoogleTV Android Alliance Sony Corp. Chairman, Sir Howard Stringer concluded a press conference about its forthcoming Android-based Internet TV yesterday with a widely quoted declaration: "This really is a very big deal."
Prof. Dr. Fritz Sennheiser Dies at 98 Late during the evening of 17 May 2010, only a few days after his 98th birthday, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Fritz Sennheiser, audio pioneer and founder of today’s Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co KG, passed away.
MTV Games 2nd Annual Rock Band Competition at Harrah's Harrah's Entertainment and MTV Games are once again seeking the best Rock Band gamers in the U.S. The winning band will receive $10,000 and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Ringo Starr.
Measuring Pandora Radio If you haven't heard of Pandora, you should. Have you ever wondered which is better - voting up or down a song? Tom did and he designed an experiment to test it. The next step is up to you.
Why MP3's Won't Kill High Fidelity It seems every six months or so there is a diatribe about the death of high end audio. We've even written a few here. Kids are getting used to MP3s and therefore high end audio is dying. I disagree.
Goldmund's Million Dollar Wall of Sound Goldmund, a Swiss company who built a reported million dollar studio. Our favorite quote: "Most of you are familiar with 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound. With Goldman we are able to do up to 128 channels."