RIAA Wants LimeWire Assets Frozen

From DailyTech: File sharing services like Napster and LimeWire have in the past been targets of the RIAA and major record labels for allegedly helping users pirate music. More than one file sharing firm has been forced to pay millions in damages to record labels and change their business models.

3D For PlayStation 3 Games (But Not Blu-ray) Dropping Tomorrow

From PC World: Grab your Dramamine and couch-sickness bags, Sony's long anticipated 3D update for its PlayStation 3 video game console will finally be available tomorrow.

In a post to Sony's official PlayStation blog, hardware marketing director John Koller writes "the moment is here...starting tomorrow, high-definition stereoscopic 3D gaming will be available in your very own living rooms!"

Report confirms Google Wi-Fi code recorded data

From CNET News.com: A third-party review of the code used by Google that collected personal data during its Street View Wi-Fi analysis project didn't produce a smoking gun but didn't put Google in the clear either.

Kingmax Reveals 2.40GHz Memory Modules with Invisible Heat-Spreaders

From X-bit Labs: Kingmax, a rather well known supplier of high-performance memory modules, has unveiled what it calls invisible heat-spreaders. Instead of using traditional radiators to take away heat from memory chips on modules, Kingmax proposes to cover the chips and modules with a special compound that, as the company claims, reduces heat of memory chips. Initially Nano Thermal Dissipation Technology will be used on Kingmax’s 2.40GHz dual-channel DDR3 kit.

Electronic Arts: It Will Take Three Years for Stereo-3D Gaming to Take Off

From X-bit Labs: The chief executive officer of Electronic Arts, the world’s biggest publisher of video games, said that it will take at least two to three years for stereoscopic 3D (S3D) gaming to take off. That said, it is highly probable that stereo-3D video games will get popular on the next-generation video game consoles.

Cisco, with newly merged Tandberg, pushes telepresence standard

From InfoWorld: Cisco and Tandberg made their big post-merger entrance at the InfoComm conference in Las Vegas this week, promoting an interoperability protocol that will come on a product in July and introducing some other new products.

Sprint Overestimates HTC Evo 4G 'Record' Sales Numbers

From PC World: Sprint confessed it overstated the record sales numbers it cited for the HTC Evo 4G smartphone it boasted on Monday, according to a statement released by the company. The wireless carrier did not give any exact sales numbers initially, and it still hasn't stated how many Evo 4G phones it sold in the first day of availability, on Friday June 4.

Setback for TiVo in long-running patent dispute

From CNET News.com: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday rejected a claim by TiVo that it owns the patent on time-warp DVR technology.

Google's new search index Caffeine goes live

From CNET News.com: Google has finally released the awaited update to its search indexing technology, providing a jolt of Caffeine to the search industry.

Apple Announces iBookStore; iAds; Bing, Netflix, Farmville, and iMovie Apps

From DailyTech: At Steve Jobs WWDC keynote address at its Worldwide Developers Conference today, Apple unleashed a flurry of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch software to go with its hot new iPhone 4 hardware.

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