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Apple and Cisco temporary cease fire

Apple and Cisco issued the following statement today regarding the iPhone lawsuit:

"Apple and Cisco have agreed to extend the time for Apple to respond to the lawsuit to allow for discussions between the companies with the aim of reaching agreement on trademark rights and interoperability."

TZO to provide Dynamic DNS services for HP MediaSmart Servers

Dynamic DNS service provider Tzolkin Corporation (TZO), today announced it will supply embedded dynamic DNS services for the new HP MediaSmart Server product announced at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.

The HP MediaSmart Server helps consumers access their digital assets from any computer or digital entertainment center on the home network and is slated to ship later this year. TZO will allow HP customers to select a personal web address for easy and secure remote access to the HP product.

Skype to reach for TV market with Joost

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Skype, the leader in voice-over Internet protocol (VoIP), has unveiled a project that will bring TV to computers and the Internet to TVs in a massive undertaking by the new Skype subsidiary Joost.

Previously known by the codename The Venice Project, Joost (pronounced "juiced") will initially focus on offering free ad-supported online video content that is submitted from content providers like record labels and TV networks.

Full story on TG Daily

Cisco sues Apple over "iPhone" trademark infringement

Concerns that Cisco and Apple could clash over the use of the name "iPhone" for Apple's latest product appeared to be off the table yesterday as Cisco was reported to have offered Apple rights to use the name. Today, the situation has changed.

Full story on TG Daily

Hawking announces Wireless Home Automation System

(IRVINE, CA) Hawking Technologies has announced the release of its HomeRemote home control system. The system uses Z-wave wireless technology, which is competing with Zigbee in the wireless control application market.

The HRGZ1 HomeRemote System consists of an internet gateway and handheld remote control for in-home control of lighting and appliances. The system also allows remote control via a standard Internet web browser or mobile phone and features live video monitoring from via HomeRemote Video Cameras (HRNC1).

The product line will begin shipping on March 1st. MSRP for the HomeRemote Gateway plus Remote Control will be $199.99 and $169.99 for the Wireless Video camera.

BitTorrent Acquires ĀµTorrent

BitTorrent today announced it has acquired µTorrent, a lightweight and efficient implementation of the BitTorrent protocol. The objective is to combine BitTorrent’s expertise in networking protocols with µTorrent’s high-performance design and compelling user interface (UI).

Following the acquisition, patented content delivery innovations made by BitTorrent will be integrated in the µTorrent client in a "seamless" manner. Ultimately, the integration of best-of-breed BitTorrent technology will result in an improved client and an "enhanced user experience".

ViewSonic adds networked LCD display

ViewSonic yesterday announced a 42-inch LCD network display targeted at the digital signage market. The ND4210w integrates with IP networks to bring streaming high definition video and HTML Web content to public locations.

A new company to complain to for the high price of hotel broadband

LodgeNet Entertainment Corporation announced today that that it has entered into an agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of StayOnline, Inc. for $15.0 million in cash. StayOnline, based in Atlanta, Georgia, is a leading provider of high-speed Internet access solutions focused on the lodging industry.

AOL announces AIM 6.0

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AOL today announced the launch of its new AIM 6.0 service. The new AIM service offers users a variety of new instant messaging features, such as offline messaging and conversation logging, as well as deeper integration with AIM Pages, AOL’s social networking service.

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