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Monday, 18 July 2005 ,  Written by Naitze Teng
Apple is taking the next step with its popular iPod by adding video to the mix. The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is already in talks with major record companies to license their video catalogs for an iTunes video store. The videos are likely to sell for $1.99. Currently, videos downloads are already being offered on the iTunes Music Store, but these downloads are usually offered as a packaged deal with albums, as with the new Babyface record selling for $11.99. Users can also watch over 500 video streams for free, but in these cases they do not get to keep the videos themselves.
Monday, 04 April 2005 ,  Written by
GoVideo recently announced the introduction of the D2740 Wireless Media Receiver and DVD Player, capable of delivering music, movies, and pictures stored on the PC to the TV or home theater system for enjoyment throughout the home. The D2740 is also capable of streaming the Rhapsody music service from RealNetworks.
Wednesday, 08 December 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Ultra-high-end DVD server manufacturer Kaleidescape is reportedly being sued by the DVD Copy Control Association in an effort to keep the company from selling any more of their products. The suit alleges that Kaleidescape’s products allow people to illegally make copies of movies using the Kaleidescape server.
Monday, 01 March 2004 ,  Written by
Molino Networks Inc. has just announced it’s Molino Media Mogul™ entertainment center with both DVD recognition services and Gracenote CDDB® from Gracenote® an information services company for digital music and media. Tim Sylvester, Founder and CEO of Molino Networks said, “Gracenote VideoID, a product that automatically identifies a DVD and provides detailed information including title, genre, synopsis and cover art, enables our customers to enjoy their media in an easy-to-use and convenient way.”
Monday, 22 December 2003 ,  Written by
Kaleidescape, Inc. has just introduced the Kaleidescape System, a DVD Server that allows users to store their entire movie collection on hard disks, and to access any movie in their collection from any viewing zone in their home. A Kaleidescape System comprises rack-mountable hardware components, proprietary operating system software, and Kaleidescape’s Movie Guide Service. A basic Kaleidescape System has one Server (with five disk cartridges for storing up to 160 movies), one Movie Player, and one DVD Reader. Additional cartridges can be added to the Server, up to a total of 12, which is sufficient to store 440 movies. Additional Servers, Movie Players and DVD Readers can be added to the System as required by each homeowner to increase movie storage capacity, the number of viewing zones, and to make it more convenient to import DVDs onto the Server(s). Kaleidescape’s proprietary operating system software enables the hardware components to communicate with each other within the home, ...
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