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12 hrs ago | Forbes.com
If you search the two terms, intellectual property and 3D printing, you will find a hefty debate on how the new world of 3d printing is attacking or liberating, depending on your perspective, the consuming public.
17 hrs ago | MediaPost
Google, Facebook and Twitter are among a host of tech companies that are backing the video sharing site Vimeo in its battle with record labels.
22 hrs ago | BenzConnection
The music industry ain't what it used to be. The days of dastardly contracts, ruthless chart dominance, and many, many dollars are gone, thanks to the internet and the industry's stubborn unwillingness to adapt to it.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and a coalition of advocacy groups have asked a federal appeals court to block record labels' attempt to thwart federal law in Capitol v.
Legislation to allow people to "unlock" their cell phones won unanimous support on Capitol Hill and is about to become law.
A bill that will make it legal to unlock your cellphone is headed for U.S. President Barack Obama's desk.
It's increasingly rare for Congress to actually pass bills into law, but Friday brought some good news from Capitol Hill: More than a year after the exemption covering phone unlocking expired and a White House petition on the topic collected some 114,000 signatures, a narrow bill offering a limited carve-out for consumers unlocking phones made its ... (more)
The good news for those that wish to jump carriers or unlock their device when traveling abroad is they will no longer face fines of up to $500,000 and a jail sentence of up to five years for doing so.
There have been some pretty monumental shifts in the law regarding unlocked phones in recent years in the US, but none as seismic as this.
SpaceX's lawsuit against the Air Force is gaining steam. " A federal judge has ordered a review of a U.S. Air Force contract to put dozens of military satellites into orbit," reports the Switch's Brian Fung.
Usenet has been around for decades, but it's still a great resource, one that offers speed and reliability that bittorrent can't match.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration continue to conduct meetings with stakeholders to discuss possible improvements to the notice and takedown process required under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act .
Unlocking your smart phone to run on a different carrier, without your carrier's permission.
The House just unanimously voted to make it easier for consumers to take their mobile phone with them when they switch carriers or travel overseas.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 08:13 pm
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