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Soundcast iCast Wireless Transmitter

The Soundcast iCast has good, clean wireless sound, but its cost definitely outweighs its utility as an iPod transmitter/receiver for the home.

By July 10, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating July 10, 2006

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FM transmitters: iTrip vs everyone else in our real-world test

FM transmitters -- Griffin's iTrip being the most popular -- are frequently criticised for, well, sucking. We've rounded up four different models for a painful real-world stress test

By August 2, 2007

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How Apple could fight Cisco

While Cisco holds the upper hand in the legal dispute over the iPhone trademark, lawyers say Apple has a few arguments.

By January 12, 2007

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At Yahoo, signs point to bigger media move

The company's appointment of former TV executive Lloyd Braun highlights its entertainment ambitions.

By November 4, 2004

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CMGI to pull plug on iCast site

CMGI will shut down iCast on Thursday, two weeks after the Internet holding company said it would "wind down" the entertainment Web site's operations.

By November 29, 2000

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CMGI's iCast lays off 30 employees

The entertainment site lays off more than 10 percent of its work force amid departmental changes aimed at future growth, a company spokesman says.

By September 18, 2000

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iCast laughs in face of Web entertainment woes

At a time when online entertainment sites are stumbling or folding, the CMGI-owned company is planning to launch a site devoted to comedy on the Web.

By September 7, 2000

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Tech bolsters Webcasting's new era

Web radio stations are making substantial technological strides to reduce once-crushing bandwidth and other costs. Can the savings offset the new royalty expense?

By October 22, 2002

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iCast sticks to its guns in instant messaging clash

The CMGI-owned entertainment start-up vows to fight to allow its customers to communicate with AOL Instant Messenger, the latest salvo in an escalating battle over standards and market share.

By March 7, 2000