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CHICAGO, and SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- tvCompass Inc. and Macrovision Solutions Corporation announced the availability of the first Interactive Program Guide (IPG) application designed for wireless devices in the connected home that is branded as a TV Guide application.
KARLSRUHE, Germany, October 20 /PRNewswire/ -- RapidSolution Software AG has just published on its website, at http://audials.com/, the 3rd generation of AudialsOne.
Macrovision Solutions Corporation (NASDAQ: MVSN) today announced that it has reached an agreement to sell its TV Guide Magazine property to OpenGate Capital. The transaction is expected to close approximately December 1, 2008.
KARLSRUHE, Germany, October 6 /PRNewswire/ -- RapidSolution Software AG has released the 6th generation of its international bestseller Tunebite on http://audials.com/. For the first time, Tunebite 6 now guarantees perfect audio quality, besides other innovations, with up to 54x conversion speeds.
COPYING MUSIC to a computer is a trivial thing, which people have been doing for years. Movies, though, have been another matter. Once any kind of media - music, videos, photos - is stored on a hard drive, sharing it with others, including people who didn't buy it, is as simple as sending an e-mail.
Macrovision Solutions Corporation (NASDAQ:MVSN) today announced that it has signed a license agreement with Yahoo! Japan Corporation, the country's largest web portal.
TV Guide Online, a part of Macrovision Solutions Corporation (NASDAQ:MVSN), announced today that it has named three editors to new positions.
By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Online movie seller CinemaNow late on Tuesday unveiled a new service that allows customers to download a movie from the Internet and copy it onto a DVD that can be played on any standard DVD player.
Sony Corp. will push back the release of its new PlayStation 3 video game console until early November because development of the copy protection technology for the Blu-ray Disc has fallen behind schedule, the Nikkei Keizai business daily said on Tuesday.
Music company Sony BMG, yielding to consumer concern, said on Wednesday it was recalling music CDs containing copy-protection software that acts like virus software and hides deep inside a computer. Sony BMG has used the XCP copy-protection software on 49 titles.
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