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Video games could get a lot more real – or at least virtually real. On Tuesday Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced that it is developing a virtual reality system for its PlayStation 4 video game system, which was released last November.
With Project Morpheus and PlayStation®Camera, Games will Immerse Players in Virtual Worlds, Delivering a Sense of Presence in Gaming Never Before Possible TOKYO, March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/
SAN FRANCISCO, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Martini Media, a media network representing the world's largest targetable affluent audience, today announced the launch of the groundbreaking Martini Affluent Study with partners Crowd Science, Morpheus Media, and the Luxury Institute.
EDINBURGH, Scotland, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Aircraft Medical (Aircraft), the UK medical devices company, today announces that it has entered the emergent Depth of Anaesthesia monitoring market with the acquisition of Morpheus Medical (Morpheus), the Barcelona-based developer of medical equipment. Morpheus is a leading developer of patient monitoring devices for the anesthesia and critical care markets.
Popular file-sharing site WinMX.com ceased operating and the New York office of another, eDonkey.com, appeared to be closed, in the continuing legal fallout among underworld peer-to-peer music services, industry sources and users said on Wednesday.
File-sharing service Grokster Ltd. is in talks to be acquired by Mashboxx LLC, which is attempting to establish a legal peer-to-peer music company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Dell Inc., the world's largest personal computer supplier, and Napster Inc. on Wednesday said they will provide colleges with a legal online music hardware and software package.
By Deborah Charles WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruledon Monday that Internet file-trading networks like Grokster andMorpheus can be held liable when their users copy music, moviesand other protected works without permission.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruledon Monday that Internet file-trading networks can be heldliable when their users copy music, movies and other protectedworks without permission. The justices set aside a U.S.
By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Hollywood studios and musiccompanies hailed a ruling by the U.S Supreme Court on Mondaybacking their position in a landmark copyright case, saying itcould spur the development of the Internet as a commercialplatform for distribuing movies and songs.