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Submission + - Blizzard Entertainment wins legal battle with a small WoW bot company (ceilingfansoftware.com)

gamersunited writes: After more than 2 years of legal battles with Blizzard Entertainment to both pursue Ceiling Fan Software's right to operate and their customer’s right to play WoW as they choose, Ceiling Fan Software did not prevail in the suit and have been ordered by the United States District Court in California to cease their operations. A link to the ruling is here.
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Submission + - First iPad-Only Newspaper ‘The Daily’ (eweekeurope.co.uk)

An anonymous reader writes: The world’s first iPad-exclusive newspaper ‘The Daily’ will be unveiled today by News Corp

The first digital newspaper designed exclusively for Apple’s iPad is being launched today, with a subscription fee of about 62p a week.

Dubbed ‘The Daily’, the world’s first ‘iNewspaper’ is a joint venture between technology giant Apple and media conglomerate News Corp.

The paper will have neither print nor web edition, as news stories will be pushed directly to subscribed iPad tablets.

However, readers will not receive constant news updates throughout the day. The Daily will issue a single daily edition, following the model of traditional print newspapers.

After months of secret collaboration, the official launch will take place this afternoon in New York, with News Corp executives as well as Apple’s vice president of Internet Services Eddy Cue attending the event.

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