The News Review:
- Judge Rules Against RealDVD Movie Copying Software
- New software for cellphone to help parents whose children go missing
- For older drivers software to train the brain
- Perceptive Software Reports Record Sales Profits In Fiscal 2009
Judge Rules Against RealDVD Movie Copying Software
After we have done so fully we’ll determine our course of action and will have more to say at that time. ne concluding remark the court docket makes that RealNetworks may take issue with is that RealDVD “circumvents a technological measure that effectively controls access to or copying of the Studios’ copyrighted content on DVDs. Far from protecting DVD movies the proliferation of movie and song sharing Web sites such as. indicates CSS may not be very effective.
Related from Homegrownrecords: At RealDVD hearing MPAA says copying DVDs never legal
New software for cellphone to help parents whose children go missing
New York Daily News
So a nonprofit group is kicking off a program that will let parents store vital information about kids in their cell phones – letting them instantly transmit pictures and other details to cops in an emergency. An organization representing tenants in city housing projects said yesterday it’s earmarked $1. 5 million to make the software available to 30000 families. “It’s about time that in the 21st century that everybody that has a [cell phone] can transmit their children’s information to the police department” said.
For older drivers software to train the brain
Cape Cod Times
But this problem doesn’t affect only the oldest people. Some experts say that the speed and accuracy of the brain’s visual processing can begin to gradually decline in middle age or even earlier. Now there’s a software program for both PCs and Macs that claims it can “train the brain to think and react faster on the road” by putting a user through brief repetitive exercises aimed at bolstering his or her visual-processing prowess. It’s called DriveSharp and is from a San Francisco-based company called Posit Science (positscience. com) which also produces other brain-training programs. DriveSharp isn’t a driving simulator but a pair of simple-looking visual memory games plus assessment tests that Posit Science says are based on published scientific research. The company says it purchased a training technique that researchers have proven to be effective at improving visual processing.
Perceptive Software Reports Record Sales Profits In Fiscal 2009
ECM Connection (press release) (press release)
0 million an increase of 22 percent over the prior year. According to a Gartner Dataquest Research report Perceptive Software is the fastest-growing ECM vendor worldwide. Industry analysts estimate the enterprise content management (ECM) market and the overall software market will remain flat in 2009. A survey of CIs conducted by Morgan Stanley Research in June 2009 projects an average IT spending decline for calendar year 2009 of -2.