IPod Shuffle copier demands $100m from Apple

A Taiwanese manufacturer of portable MP3 players is demanding $100m in damages from Apple.  Luxpro unveiled a portable MP3 player in 2005 dubbed the Super Shuffle that closely resembled Apple’s iPod Shuffle. The company later started selling the device under the Super Tangent brand, and clearly placed its corporate logo on the device. Full Story Via […]

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General Motors Electric Car to revive the automaker

General Motors is banking on their new Volt all electric vehicle to revive the automaker and reverse their staggering losses. General motors, the world’s largest automaker unveiled the Volt at the Detroit auto show which is powered exclusively by electricity. The Volt will have a range of 40 miles on a single charge which is

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Will YouTube’s Failure to Combat Piracy Spell Trouble for Google?

In an article posted today Internetnews.com’s Ed Sutherland talks to some industry analysts who echo what Mark Cuban has been saying all along: So much of YouTube’s success has been built on copyrighted material that the company could eventually be hit with thousands of costly lawsuits. Full Story Via TheDailyReel.com [eminimall products=”camcorder” channel=”electrogeek_post_camcorder”] [tags]youtube,camcorder,video,Internet,Google,Mark Cuban,copyrighted[/tags]

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