Fans of abandoned online games are close to bringing back certain “dead” titles — if the US Copyright Office doesn’t side with the studios, who this week began pushing back against their efforts. The US Copyright Office, which oversees the Digital … [Read more...] about Historians battle publishers for the right to resurrect dead MMOs
MySpaceTV will relaunch "Quarterlife," a network television pilot about a group of recent college graduates that aired briefly on ABC in 2005. Accompanying the show's Nov. 11 resurrection will be a social networking site for fans, complete with the usual Web-related content, such … [Read more...] about MySpaceTV Resuscitates Left-for-Dead TV Series
The recent release of Tenebril's SpyCatcher 3.5 packs several high-powered features. Its sophisticated detection engine requires less memory to scan a computer and its components, resulting in scans up to 300 percent faster than earlier versions and most competitive … [Read more...] about PRODUCT REVIEW Spycatcher Deadly to Spyware – But Watch Out
In the aftermath of the dot-com shakeout, surviving e-tailers have swooped in to buy the assets of defunct companies, relaunching once-dead sites to capitalize on existing brand names or e-tail foundations. So far, anecdotal evidence seems to show that when the price is right, … [Read more...] about Can Dot-Com Resurrection Pay E-Commerce Dividends?
I spent much of last week hanging out with Lenovo. Although much of what we chat about in thosemeetings can't be repeated, one thing I can talk about is how Lenovo almost stands alone in defendingthe PC. While there seems to be a consensus that the PC is dead and being stomped … [Read more...] about OPINION How Lenovo Is Resurrecting the PC