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US analogue TV switch-off in 2009
The US House of Representatives passes plans to switch off analogue TV signals by February 2009.
BBC Two first to go fully digital
Q&A: Digital TV
Court rules against 'music pirates'
Breakfast shows top podcasts
Download plan for deleted tracks
Sky launches film download site
Google opens online video store
UK 'tops European download fans'
Ask the industry
Movie figures answer your questions about film in the digital age
San Andreas fuss
GTA fans decry calls to make games impossible to modify
Ask the industry
Music industry leaders answer your questions on digital music
Film studios unite to beat piracy
Six major Hollywood studios form a joint venture to help protect their movies from electronic piracy.
File-sharing suffers major defeat
BitTorrent user guilty of piracy
Online film piracy 'set to rise'
Grokster quits file-sharing fight
File-sharing group Grokster shuts its service as part of a landmark settlement with the entertainment industry.
Swedes curb downloading
Five face net music court action
'Copy our music' urges rock band
Gervais radio show to be podcast
Ricky Gervais returns to radio with a series of weekly shows for download over the internet.
BBC to trial high-definition TV
'On-demand' TV for US
Young 'prefer illegal song swaps'
Napster boss on life after piracy and battling the iPod
Why the movie industry is cracking down on web piracy
Playing the future
The console maker who wants a billion people playing games
Game giant EA sees profits dive
Electronic Arts reports a 31% drop in profits, hit by the cost of developing for new gaming consoles.
Gaming tempts tennis pro
Warcraft maker in spying row
Gamer buys virtual space station
Warner offers PlayStation films
Warner Home Video announces it will release movies and other content on Universal Media Disc (UMD).
Hollywood hails digital film deal
Irish cinema 'set to go digital'
UK cinemas share digital windfall
Sony Reader targets book lovers
Electronics giant Sony launches a slim gadget it hopes will turn people on to downloadable digital books.
Art lovers can 'text' sculpture
E-mail to art gallery in an instant
Digital sculpture eyes cities
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