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Prescription frames are ready for current Google Glass owners, as another piece of the Glass puzzle comes into focus.
An early AT&T launch of BlackBerry's touch-screen phone shows more signs of struggle.
Kings of grunge partner with Internap to release streaming downloads of the band's live performances.
A social game that immerses players in Dead music, visuals, and culture is scheduled for a summer appearance. Until then, we will get by.
A hack lets some software originally from the Mac App Store run even if it wasn't purchased--but the problem seems to be more with the software than the store.
Overseas release apparently leads to a host of camcording, and now scores of pirated copies are available online.
Apple has laid out what is believed to be its first legal argument against the practice of jailbreaking an iPhone in response to an EFF petition before the Copyright Office.
Many Vietnamese view pirated software as the only way they can afford the apps they want and need. Considering their wage scale, they aren't necessarily wrong.
DVD-player manufacturer in China ordered to comply with content protection technology license.
Video site is in trouble with the U.K.'s Premier League, which accuses it of illegally streaming soccer matches.