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vernor v. autodesk


Human organ 3D printing gets a helping hand from Autodesk

Edging ever closer to medical service, the 3D printer that can create living tissue just got a boost from CAD-maker Autodesk.

By December 18, 2012


Apple v. Samsung

The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone and iPad, that delves into where one company's designs end and another's begin.


Video not yet ripe on Twitter's Vine

Limited traction of Twitter's 6-second video app reveals that video-sharing as a genre is lagging years behind photo-sharing.

By March 25, 2013


Friday App Wrap

We cut through the dross to find you the most useful, new and updated apps each week.

By November 29, 2012


The 404 691: Where tech guys should not be handymen (podcast)

We always knew that the age of selling back your old video games would come to a close, but never thought it'd be this soon! Tune into today's 404 Podcast to hear more.

By October 20, 2010


The end of software ownership--and why to smile

A recent ruling, while called "a major blow" to consumer rights, reflects an increasingly popular media market shift from physical to digital and from owning to renting, argues Stanford Law fellow Larry Downes.

By September 20, 2010


Autodesk open-sources carbon accounting method

The software maker is encouraging other companies to track and reduce greenhouse gas emissions based on long-term global targets and contribution to GDP.

By November 9, 2009


Microsoft PDC: Windows 7, Office 14 take the stage

Check out CNET News' live coverage of Ray Ozzie's day 2 keynote at the Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles.

By October 28, 2008


A new test case of the DMCA--this time over an eBay auction

Timothy Vernor and his girlfriend wanted to auction off copies of AutoCAD they bought second-hand. That has led to a prolonged court dispute about the limits of copyright protection.

By May 21, 2008


Obama Girl a draw at Google-YouTube press party

Google and YouTube try to reinforce their entreÝ into U.S. politics -- that began with political videos and the twin presidential debates -- by hosting a party for the press corps in New Hampshire.

By January 8, 2008


The new e-discovery burden

Rather than streamline and limit litigation, a rule change adds a new financial burden, Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod says.

October 17, 2007