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Wednesday, 04 August 2004 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
Apple was shocked by the recent release of software by RealNetworks that allows users to download tracks from RealNetworks’ RealPlayer store that can be played on iPods. Before RealNetworks’ RealPlayer, the only portable MP3 player that could play music purchased from iTunes was the Apple iPod. Apple refused to license its technology to other companies, which forced consumers to purchase iPods if they wanted to play songs downloaded off iTunes on a portable player. This move could be pointed to as one of the many things that contributed to iPod’s popularity as iPods sales have matched Macintosh sales in the last year.
Wednesday, 07 July 2004 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
This week, the Senate Judiciary Committee introduced the Inducing Infringements of Copyright Act, called the Induce Act, which would make media-sharing networks such as Kazaa, or Limewire responsible for their users actions. Those opposed to the bill state that the language is so broad that it could apply to MP3 players, and CD or DVD recorders. The bill defines an infringer as someone who “intentionally aids” illegal file-sharing and is shown by “acts from which a reasonable person would find intent to induce infringement based upon all relevant information… including whether the activity relies on infringement for its commercial viability.”
Wednesday, 16 June 2004 ,  Written by
Apple has joined with BMW to develop an audio adapter that would allow BMWs to connect iPods to the BMW's audio system. The device will reportedly allow users to control their iPod or iPod mini through controls mounted on the steering wheel (similar to cruise control) or an auxiliary headset. The adapter also allows playlist or song track viewing, and lets users charge their iPod.
Thursday, 10 June 2004 ,  Written by
This week, Sonos is launching The Sonos Digital Music System, which is the first multi-zone digital music system with a wireless, full-color LCD screen controller that lets consumers play all their digital music, all over their home, controlled by remote. The Sonos Digital Music System has two components: the Sonos ZonePlayer, a networked audio player that distributes, plays and amplifies music in any “zone” in the home, and the Sonos Controller, a wireless handheld device with a full-color screen which allows the user to access, customize and control the music from any location within the home.
Tuesday, 18 May 2004 ,  Written by
Sony has introduced a new digital music player called the "VAIO pocket" which has a hard-disc drive capable of storing approximately 13,000 songs. Along with the introduction of new VAIO computers, Sony introduced this digital music player, which can also store digital camera images. If connected to a digital camera, the "VAIO pocket" can display pictures on its 2.2-inch color liquid crystal display (LCD) screen.
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