Temporary restraining order finds BlueBeat's arguments "lacking in clarity" and sees the threat of irreparable harm to the copyright holders.
BlueBeat is streaming Beatles recordings for free and selling them for 25 cents apiece, claiming that they aren't the original recordings and therefore aren't copyright-protected.
The music label argues in a copyright complaint that ReDigi's service requires ReDigi to make unauthorized copies of songs.
Over at BlueBeat.com, the best MP3-selling Website you've never heard of, has got it all for your listening pleasure, the entire Beatles catalog in MP3 form for just 25 cents each! Get them while you can (which won't be long). In other news, file sharers
Apparently the Large Hadron Collider is doomed. It can't even survive a bread bombing by birds. The Droid arrived on the scene though, and people actually lined up. However tethering is gonna cost you on the thing. Are you still in love? And Gwen Stefan
Sales and usage of new OS are up, while Intel attracts additional antitrust attention. Also: AT&T has a lawyer for that app ad.