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  • Sony to take over Sony Ericsson

    Sony has agreed to buy Ericsson's half of the Sony Ericsson smartphone-making joint venture, the two companies announced on Thursday. Sony will pay Ericsson about $1.5 billion for its stake in the company, which makes a wide range of smartphones with some Goo
  • Independent music publishers urged to opt into YouTube licensing deal

    The National Music Publishers Assn. on Thursday released the terms of its legal settlement with YouTube, urging its members to sign on to a licensing deal that sprung out of the agreement.

    Joakim Noah hates Cleveland: ESPN host to Joakim “Shut up!”

    "Not at all," Joakim Noah told reporters according to the Chicago Tribune. "Do you like it? Do you think it's cool at all? I never heard anyone say I'm going to Cleveland on vacation . . . My whole life I've been booed. It's OK. I have my friends, I don't...

    Kaleidescape forges ahead with Blu-ray copying, but with limits

    Having defended itself against one costly attack by the Hollywood establishment, Kaleidescape seems ready to pick another fight. The first lawsuit pitted an entertainment industry trade group against Kaleidescape's home video jukebox system, which...

    Casey Anthony: CBS News says there’s no new licensing agreement on photos

    Readers have called attention to new Casey and Caylee Anthony photos posted by CBS News on its “48 Hours Mystery” web site. But there is no new licensing agreement, and some of those photos aired last fall on the CBS news magazine, a...