Archive for date: January 8, 2005

Reporting from CES: Going Deeper into TiVo’s announcements | PVRblog

January 8, 2005 | Toys and Gadgets | By: Mark VandeWettering

PVRblog goes even deeper into Tivo’s announcements at CES. I can hardly wait.

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Deluo Bluetooth GPS Lite

January 8, 2005 | Toys and Gadgets | By: Mark VandeWettering

While digging around, I found a Bluetooth GPS near the $100 price point: the Deluo Bluetooth GPS Lite. About $40 cheaper than the Delormé Bluelogger.

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TiVo announces new developer tools | PVRblog

January 8, 2005 | Audioblogs and Podcasting | By: Mark VandeWettering

The gents at PVRblog are reporting that Tivo is beginning a new developer program. I’ll have to keep an eye on this, as it appears they may support the ability of amateurs to create content on the Internet which can be delivered directly to Tivo players. A quote: TiVo announces new developer tools | PVRblog […]

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Don’t get IP law advice from a security guard…

January 8, 2005 | Intellectual Property | By: Mark VandeWettering

Those clever people at BoingBoing give a link to a story about a little girl who was asked to stop sketching famous paintings hanging in an art museum because the paintings were copyrighted. Sigh. The story had a happier ending though: Actually, the museum guard was mistaken. There was no copyright issue, and the museum […]

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Software makers lobby for copyright changes – Jan 7, 2005

January 8, 2005 | Intellectual Property | By: Mark VandeWettering

CNN is reporting that BSA is lobbying for copyright changes. They wish to require that ISPs be required to reveal the identities of individuals who may be distributing copyrighted software on the net using P2P technologies. The courts have so far resisted this interpretation of existing laws, instead requiring that lawsuits need to be filed […]

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