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Event: Using Open Source Software Without Jeopardizing IP & Revenue

The IP and legal aspects of open source are not to be trifled with. This virtual seminar should provide some good information for those interested.

By June 5, 2008

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IP protection law would let feds sieze your PC

The proposed Pro IP law passed the U.S. House yesterday. Among other provisions, it would allow the feds seize any PC used in copyright infringement.

By May 9, 2008

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Edimax's IP camera: To catch a juddery thief

It's better than your average webcam, as its lens housing tilts and rotates to help you track a moving target. Plus it supports real-time video and audio via a Web browser.

By April 24, 2008

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Edimax IC-7000 IP camera: To catch a juddery thief

The IC-7000 better than your average webcam, as its lens housing tilts and rotates to help you track a moving target -- but it just picks up a lame stuttery blur

By April 24, 2008

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Rep. Berman: Pro-IP bill will become law in 2008

Major rewrite of U.S. copyright law is on track to be signed by President Bush by the end of the year, the congressman representing the Hollywood, Calif. area says

By March 28, 2008

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Why should a customer care about IP assurance?

IP indemnification is such a worthless piece of rubbish it's a wonder anyone asks about it. But everyone does.

By February 1, 2008

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Red Hat delays its desktop until January due to IP issues

Red Hat is delaying its desktop release by a few more months. The reason is intriguing....

By December 11, 2007

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Open-source IP: Lessons from Marc Fleury

Brand pays the bills in an open-source company. Guard it with your life.

By November 20, 2007

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Next-gen IP telephony start-ups team up

Next-generation IP telephony start-ups Jajah and Jangl are joining forces to take on competition in the Web 2.0 voice market.

By November 15, 2007

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Microsoft inks another Linux-related IP license deal

The software maker signs a pact with Japan's Kyocera Mita, allowing the company to use Microsoft patents for its line of printers, copiers and multifunction peripherals.

By November 13, 2007