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Qualcomm aims to triple Wi-Fi speed

New York - The Fortune 500 company is looking to sell new chips to router manufacturers that could increase wi-fi speeds up to three times as part of a new approach to wireless accessible devices.
In the Media by Sean Fraser

Candy Crush most downloaded app of 2013

Candy Crush Saga was the most downloaded free app of 2013. The addictive game was downloaded over 500 million times from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play store after being launched last year.
In the Media by Mark Harradine - 2 comments

ListenApp launches news application in UK

The popular news application, ListenApp, has been launched in the UK. The news application allows people to catch up with the headlines with a daily audio and text summary.
In the Media by Mark Harradine

The Pirate Bay to continue offering 3D-printed gun blueprints

The US Statement Department asked the designer of the Liberator 3D-printed firearm to take down the blueprints from the Internet. However, popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay is, well, sticking to its guns by keeping the torrent available.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

Judge: IP-address does not identify person or bit-torrent pirate

New York - The MPAA and RIAA's anti-piracy efforts are about to experience a setback due to a landmark ruling by a judge in New York, stating that an IP-address is not a person.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

Up to 10 years in jail if you download copyright music in the UK

With ACTA not yet completely ratified, it seems the UK is taking matters into its own hands, with SOCA "tackling the crimes"
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 11 comments

RIAA on suing file-sharers, appealing Tenenbaum ruling Special

A representative from the Recording Industry Association of America spoke to DigitalJournal.com about scaling back its lawsuits targeting Americans who download copyrighted movies or music. Also, will the RIAA appeal a judge's recent surprising decision?
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 4 comments

Pink Floyd Wins Legal Settlement From EMI Records

Commerce takes one on the chin from Art, as a UK judge upholds Pink Floyd's right to sell their music in album form only. The move puts an end to EMI's selling of PF singles online
In the Media by Lenny Stoute

Study: Illegal downloaders purchase the most music

A new study in Britain has found that those who download music illegally from the Internet are also the ones that spend the most for their music.
In the Media by Kevin Jess

Canada's Rogers Wireless upgrades download speed to 21 Mbps Special

Rogers Wireless has launched a new HSPA+ Mobile Internet Stick featuring the fastest wireless speed available in North America, 21 Mbps, DigitalJournal.com has learned. Currently, its other products offer speeds of 7.2 Mbps.
Digital Journal Report by David Silverberg - 3 comments
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