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Safari 5.0.1 update fixes black Mail backgrounds, autofill, and more

Apple has released an update to Safari 5, which addresses a number of issues with the initial release, including the problem with black backgrounds appearing when generating mail attachments with scripts. In addition, the program has a built-in link to Apple's new extensions gallery for people to download and install extensions.

By July 28, 2010

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Chumby gets chummy with new music features

New features announced for the lovable multimedia device.

By October 7, 2008

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RealNetworks moves Rhapsody to the Web

Along with first fruits of Microsoft deal, RealNetworks' core music subscription service gets an online makeover.

By December 4, 2005

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eMusic sold; unlimited MP3 downloads nixed

VUNet sells the music subscription service to an obscure holding company, which will radically change subscriber policies.

By October 10, 2003

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Vivendi sites get personal

Vivendi Universal Net USA on Monday said it will add online personals from Lavalife under an exclusive, three-year deal. The agreement brings one of the most sought-after online advertising niches to VUNet's network of sites, which includes MP3.com, RollingStone.com, MP4.com, GetMusic.com, EMusic.com and the Flipside Network. The deal is the latest for Toronto-based Lavalife, whose online partners include MSNBC.com. Lavalife sells telephone-dating services in more than 40 markets in the United States, Canada and Australia. It launched an Internet division in 1997, formerly known as Webpersonals.com, and has attracted about 4 million customers to date, according to the company.

By June 24, 2002

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Label tests MP3 in song sale

Maverick Records and Vivendi Universal's online division are releasing a single track in the unprotected MP3 format--and they're hoping people will pay to hear it.

May 23, 2002

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Vivendi treads choppy waters online

The media conglomerate sends mixed signals about its long-term Web strategy and raises persistent questions about the health of the online media business.

By May 6, 2002

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Vivendi trims staff in new division

The French media giant is restructuring a recently created online business unit, cutting 20 percent of the division's work force.

December 4, 2001

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Nasdaq delists TheGlobe.com stock

In a widely anticipated but symbolic move, the Nasdaq Stock Market delists the Internet community site, which set a first-day record share price gain of 606 percent in 1998.

April 23, 2001