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Macrovision, best known for its digital rights management software, officially changed its name today to Rovi. To celebrate, the company announced a new media guide, code named "Liquid."
Investment firm, which has a small stake in Macrovision, calls on other investors to scrutinize rationale for the $2.8 billion deal.
Content-protection company agrees to buy Trymedia for $34 million in cash.
Companies strike antipiracy deal aimed at stopping analog copies of movies, TV shows.
The maker of copy-protection technology spends $76 million on InstallShield, which makes software installation tools.
The former hopes to streamline its antipiracy technology with the latter's installation software.
The copy-protection company is joining the movie industry in a legal fight against small software maker 321 Studios.
Hackers broke through the antipiracy wrappers on DVDs years ago. Macrovision says it can now plug that hole--mostly.
The digital rights management company says it decided to reorganize because entertainment and software companies have different protection needs.