trancemission writes: "TorrentFreak reports: Just minutes ago the verdict in the case of The Pirate Bay Four was announced. All four defendants were accused of 'assisting in making copyright content available'. Peter Sunde: Guilty. Fredrik Neij: Guilty. Gottfrid Svartholm: Guilty. Carl Lundström: Guilty. All receive 1 year in jail."
trancemission writes: "A new free-to-join website will allow PC games to be played on a PlayStation 3 console, the CEO behind the new venture is claiming. Richard Faria from www.streammygame.com states his site will revolutionise the gaming industry by providing members with a free plug-in that converts games into IPTV channels called Game Streams.
From the website: Our community focused technology enables members to record their gameplay to video, play a game that is installed on another PC in their home, broadcast their games so any one on their network can watch them and share their games with other members via broadband. Members utilise our website and its community to connect to these games and use these services. Digital-spy coverage"
trancemission writes: Rap star Eminem is suing computer firm Apple for allegedly selling his music on its iTunes store without permission. Even though he gets paid by Apple for each 'song' downloaded — he claims he did not give permission. A lawsuit claiming infringement of copyright has been filed on behalf of the singer by his music publishing company Eight Mile Style [which owns the copyright or part copyright to the songs]
trancemission writes: From dailymail.co.uk
A mother of two from Chicago does not need to turn on the news for an update on NASA's space mission — all Natalie Meilinger needs to do is turn on her baby monitor.
Since Sunday, Meilinger's baby monitor has been picking up black-and-white video from inside the space shuttle Atlantis.