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IP Innovation: 'We are equal opportunity patent trolls'

IP Innovation is just a patent troll. Nothing more. So it says.

By October 17, 2007


Ministry of Sound MOSMC139IP: Teenage beats

Ministry of Sound's new MOSMC139IP might not have the most alluring name in the world, but for under £100 it could well be a good little iPod-ready micro hi-fi for teenage clubbers-to-be

By September 25, 2007


IP telephony start-ups attract cash

Jaxtr is the latest in a new crop of VoIP start-ups that is attracting venture capital.

By August 31, 2007


Lies we tell ourselves about IP infringement

NBC/Universal has convinced itself that the world needs more IP police. The truth is somewhat different.

By June 15, 2007


Utilities Updates: ExtremeZ-IP 5.0; TechTool Protogo 1.0.3; xPort 4.4; InsomniaX 1.0; more

Utilities Updates: ExtremeZ-IP 5.0; TechTool Protogo 1.0.3; xPort 4.4; InsomniaX 1.0; more

By February 28, 2007


Argentine football, squatters, and the rule of law

I attended a somewhat scary football match today that got me thinking about open source and its views on IP.

By October 13, 2007


Mark Shutteworth speaks out on Ballmer

Does Microsoft have an IP problem? Yes, but not the one it thinks it does.

By October 11, 2007


George Washington Univ. students next to feel RIAA's wrath

The Recording Industry Association of America has expanded its litigation against college students, this time preparing to send "John Doe" subpoenas to 19 people at George Washington University.

By October 16, 2007


Are universities protecting students from the RIAA?

The Recording Industry Association of America is waiting half a year to file lawsuits against alleged college file-swappers. But without schools keeping long-term logs of Internet addresses assigned, the RIAA won't get very far.

By October 18, 2007