4th October 2000 Archive
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Analysis It's all in how you read the tea leaves
Napster is relying, for its defence against a copyright suit brought by the recording industry, upon a sixteen-year-old ruling popularly known as the Sony decision or simply 'Sony'. The US Supreme Court found that the maker of video cassette recorders could not be held liable for contributing to copyright infringement because, …
Music and Media 4 Oct 2000, 06:36
Rise, you huddled masses, you have nothing to lose but your keychains...
Owners of Intel-based PCs want Apple's MacOS X - and they want it now. At least that's the claim made by Web site OS X on Intel, set up to petition Apple for an x86 version of its upcoming next-generation OS. The site's creators argue that Apple has to make the major strategic shift and release MacOS X - "a beautiful OS, with …
Mac Channel 4 Oct 2000, 15:57
- Analysis Who is the mystery sixth member of LulzSec?
- Analysis Hey, Teflon Ballmer. Look, isn't it time? You know, time to quit?
- Murdoch Facebook gloat: You're like my $580m, 'CRAPPY' MySpace
- Tablet? Laptop? HP does the splits with Tegra-based SlateBook x2
- NASA signs off on sampling mission to Earth-threatening asteroid