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MediaNet

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MediaNet could power the online music revolution

The company's been around for years, but a recent change in strategy means any Web site can easily offer a huge catalog of tracks for streaming and playback, with no up-front fee. Get ready for music everywhere.

By December 4, 2009

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Loewe's new 3D TV is a true Individual

Latest Loewe 3D TV offers a plethora of design options, including the shade of the TV chassis and color accents on the sides of the bezel. But it's only available in Europe for now.

By July 5, 2011

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Ask Maggie: On 4G future-proofing and buying prepaid traveler plans

This week's tech advice column helps readers with questions about whether 3G phones of today will work on 4G networks of tomorrow, among other burning topics.

By October 22, 2010

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Get your unsigned band onto Slacker Radio

A partnership with Hello Music lets unsigned bands create personalized stations on Slacker for free.

By March 17, 2010

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Artists: Label your songs, or you won't get paid

Executive director of SoundExchange, which handles royalty payments for streaming music online, explains what artists and copyright owners need to do to get paid.

By February 26, 2010

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Real Deal 171: All-questions, phones, Google Chrome, and more

Tom and Brian take live calls and answer email questions about cell phone plans, wireless reception and Google Chrome issues.

By July 23, 2009

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Cisco launches new video initiative

Video traffic is growing by leaps and bounds, and Cisco Systems says it has a new architecture and products to help customers optimize their networks.

By December 7, 2008

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DRM deathwatch

EMI is now offering DRM-less MP3 downloads through MediaNet.

By July 24, 2007

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Nokia takes on Apple with music store

Following in Apple's footsteps, Nokia has announced Ovi, a set of online services for its mobile phones. But in chasing the hot new handset maker, Nokia threatens to alienate carriers.

By August 30, 2007

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DRM deathwatch, continued: Universal

Universal, the largest of the four major labels, will offer DRM-free downloads on services, but has left iTunes out, and outed start-up gBox in the process.

By August 10, 2007