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The DIY mobile network is now selling a range of 20 phones -- and you can borrow from other GiffGaffers to pay for them.
Philip Rosedale takes the wraps off the latest entrance in the exploding market of P2P commerce companies.
New crowd commerce models lower prices, get more people working, and level resource use. But will they work in the long term and on a large scale?
Video traffic will soon account for more than 90 percent of all traffic on the Net, and for the first time ever, streaming video services will surpass peer-to-peer offerings.
After a decade of illegally sharing music, some people may have finally exhausted hard drive space or sated their desire for any more songs, says NPD Group.
Probe shows sensitive data like health and finance records as well as Social Security numbers have been leaked to file-sharing networks at a range of public and private entities.
Proposals in the U.K. to disconnect the broadband service of suspected illegal file-sharers have come under fresh attack from ISPs, rights groups, and creative artists' groups.
Peerialism was supposed to be a linchpin of the new Pirate Bay, but the company is owed money and hasn't been made privy to vital details. CEO is losing confidence in deal.
Oracle supplied the music service with software, but Qtrax's $1.8 million payment bounced, according to court documents.
The X founder and U.S. punk rock scene pioneer says technology is good for music but people should pay for songs they download.