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With RealNetworks' influence waning, CEO departs

Rob Glaser drove his company to the forefront of digital music and video but in recent years, it has been eclipsed in both areas.

By January 13, 2010

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ViewSonic VMP30: Mini media player

Download movies off the interweb (legal ones, of course) then watch them on your big-screen TV with this tiny media player from ViewSonic

By November 4, 2009

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Firefox 2.0b1 (#3): Patience key for QuickTime video loading; Workaround for lack of separate home page and new window settings

Firefox 2.0b1 (#3): Patience key for QuickTime video loading; Workaround for lack of separate home page and new window settings

By July 17, 2006

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Why I like: VLC media player

Simple interface, no ads and it supports almost every media type under the sun without any fuss. Is it possible? Crave's Ingrid Marson explains why she's fallen in love with the VLC media player

By July 3, 2006

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Universal Binary version of RealPlayer released

Universal Binary version of RealPlayer released

By May 1, 2006

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New and Noteworthy: Review of Verax GPU ventilator for ATI Radeon 9800 Pro; Liquid cooling technology explored; more

New and Noteworthy: Review of Verax GPU ventilator for ATI Radeon 9800 Pro; Liquid cooling technology explored; more

By June 28, 2004

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Linux companies hit play on Real's software

Against the backdrop of Microsoft's media player troubles in Europe, Novell and Red Hat tap an open-source rival.

By June 28, 2004

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RealNetworks, Starz launch movie service

RealNetworks will launch a broadband movie service through a deal with Starz Encore Group.

By June 14, 2004

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New and Noteworthy: iPod people 'downsizing'; RealNetworks Launches Mac OS X Encoding Solution and RealProducer Plus 10; more

New and Noteworthy: iPod people 'downsizing'; RealNetworks Launches Mac OS X Encoding Solution and RealProducer Plus 10; more

By April 20, 2004

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Setting the tone for vending machines

Ring tone vending machines destined for Best Buy, RadioShack and gas stations are the latest example of how the entertainment industry has found a way cut out the middlemen.

By March 22, 2004