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EMI's hit man November 16, 2006 newsmaker Even in the age of the iPod, albums will continue to exist, says EMI Music's David Munns. Why? Because every musical artist wants to do one.
It's about piracy, not privacy July 24, 2007 IP attorney Nancy Prager says legal niceties can't disguise the blunt facts about illegally transferring creative content over the Net.
Recycling e-waste into modern art January 28, 2007 A pair of artists dig deep in a San Francisco-area dump to come up with new looks for cast-off consumer electronics.Photos: From e-waste to art
When rockers cut ties from labels November 2, 2007 Services like Musicane oversee digital sales, marketing, and other chores for bands that drop a record label. But do they make sense for everyone?
YouTube conundrum for vintage acts September 14, 2007 The video site is proving a thorn in the side of older, well-known musical artists, from Prince to the Village People.
Sony BMG pushing mobile music in China April 4, 2007 Record label strikes deal with a content aggregator to distribute downloads on mobile devices where 85 percent of recordings are illegal.
Pixar goes to Hollywood January 25, 2006 special coverage Disney's buyout of Pixar marks a new era of digital animation--and gives Steve Jobs new heft in Hollywood. Steve Jobs' rise to movie mogul Images: Pixar's progress
Tale of a Burning Man keepsake August 28, 2006 CNET News.com reporter reveals the lengths he's gone to to secure a beautiful clay pendant at the annual desert festival. Photos: Burning Man treasure
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