August 13, 2009 You know that college student who had to fork over $675,000 for music he shared on Kazaa? Evidently, the artists get none of the money and it goes instead to the "industry" as represented by the RIAA. The ruling reminded me of a song that a few CE ladies performed at a CEA Summit in 2004. It goes like this:
August 12, 2009 Best Buy accidentally listed a 52-inch Samsung HDTV on its Web site for $9.99 on Wednesday. The TV normally costs $1,700 with a $70 shipping fee. This sent consumers who saw the price into a frenzy, with some consumers picking up 10 of the TVs. Some customers completed orders while others received errors.
August 12, 2009 The latest Blu-ray movies for your system demo considerations.
August 11, 2009 Microsoft has used the term "exclusive partnership" for more than one year in regards to Xbox 360's Netflix streaming.
August 08, 2009 Hokey pokey, stupid installer, the new "hip", bad PR, finding free beer at CEDIA
August 07, 2009 Attendees can register for the contest by having their badge scanned at Fusion's booth (#3317).
August 07, 2009 Install network says it's the 'original and only installation services merchant on Amazon.com,' but Zip Express has deeper, longer relationship with Amazon
August 07, 2009 AVS installer allegedly used the company's van and equipment on a sizable side job. The scheme blew up when customers complained about his service.
August 06, 2009 Best Buy released a 3D advertisement in this past Sunday's paper. Some are calling it gimmicky. But did it work?
August 06, 2009 Inappropriate content streaming on RadioShack.com/theshack. No, it's not a discussion about electronics or RadioShack or anything interesting. It's a radio show (of all things) hosted by some obnoxious, vulgar personalities that would put Howard Stern to shame.