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.
According to a report by Video Business, Samsung has signed a deal with Rovi to use the company's electronic programming guide in future products.
Apple inks deal with TV listing company Rovi, a sign that Apple is getting serious about televisions, say Piper Jaffray analysts.
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Three of the patches are deemed critical, while four are labeled important by Microsoft.
Before joining Yahoo's board, Fred Amoroso was known for waging aggressive patent litigation at Rovi. Now Yahoo has adopted similar tactics against Facebook.
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