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iLive iB109 iPod speaker runs on emasculation

The iLive iB109 is a portable iPod speaker system shaped like a purse.

By July 6, 2009

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iLive IJ618B: Turn your iPod into a Karaoke machine

Anyone planning a party should have one of these: the iLive IJ618B lets your guests sing along to the music they bring, Karaoke-style

By January 8, 2008

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iLife '09: iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand get a Macworld pimpin'

Apple announced at Macworld today the launch of iLive '09. It includes a new version of iPhoto, and we've got all you need to know

By January 6, 2009

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iLive kicks off broadband Net access

iLive, which shows films and TV programs through a video-on-demand service, says it has started to offer broadband Net access to consumers. The Irvine, Calif.-based company said the connections, ranging from 256K to T1, will complement its pay-per-view streamed programming. In August, iLive launched an entertainment Web site that lets viewers pay for streamed content or watch free trailers. The company said it has built a collection of TV episodes, including "Bonanza," "Dick Van Dyke" and "Charlie Chaplin." In July, iLive acquired the Internet rights to several TV shows, including "I Love Lucy" and "The Beverly Hillbillies."

April 25, 2002

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iLive launches broadband entertainment site

Streaming media producer and distributor iLive has launched a new entertainment Web site, featuring streamed pay-per-view content as well as free episode trailers. iLive said it has built a collection of more than 250 TV episodes, including "Bonanza," "Dick Van Dyke" and "Charlie Chaplin." In July, the Los Angeles-based company acquired the Internet rights to several TV shows, including "I Love Lucy" and "The Beverly Hillbillies." iLive said it has a variety of shows, including behind-the-scenes episodes, instructional videos and classic TV episodes.

August 29, 2001

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iLive gains Net rights to TV shows

Streaming media producer and distributor iLive said it has acquired the Internet rights to several TV shows, including "I Love Lucy," "The Beverly Hillbillies" and "Bonanza." The Los Angeles-based company said it is building an online library that will include 250 TV shows it can stream over the Web on a pay-per-view basis. iLive said it will launch the service by the end of the month and will offer customers different genres of shows, including reality programs, celebrity interviews and cooking demonstrations.

July 10, 2001