File swapper Joel Tenenbaum fought the law, and the law won. Now a jury must decide how much he owes the RIAA.
Archive for July, 2009
What’s left to say about the Microsoft-Yahoo ad deal? How about, So long Yahoo, it was nice knowin’ ya.
When a multibillion-dollar telecom giant and the Internet’s most notorious pranksters square off, who will win? Cringe handicaps the battle between AT&T and 4chan.
Netizens were none too pleased when Amazon ‘unsold’ copies of 1984. But it seems Amazon finally got the message.
The number 2 seach portal has a new(ish) CEO and a new look. But is that enough to keep Yahoo from being steamrolled by Google or manhandled by Microsoft?
In a creepy demonstration of digital rights management, Amazon deleted two books from its customers’ Kindles. Cringely asks, what happened to our digital rights?
One of geekdom’s oldest cold wars has suddenly turned hot, as Redmond and Cupertino duke it out in public. Cringe has an idea who’ll win.
Exagerrated claims for laptop battery life are nothing new. But now they’re hitting the courts thanks to a new class action suit.
The residents of Cringeville have a lot to say about forced upgrades, file swapping, and how the feds spend our money. Here’s a quick sampler of some of the best.
Apparently Microsoft will stop at nothing to foist IE8 upon us. Cringely dissects Redmond’s latest gag-inducing ads.