Ltd transfers ownership of to Epson Europe

Recent negotiations between Ltd and Epson Europe intellectual properties agent, DEMYS have ended with a satisfactory resolution. The two companies have been in discussions regarding the ownership of the domain name The likely site for hosting information regarding the pending Epson Disc Producer was registered by Ltd in Q4 2007.

Nic Ranshaw from Ltd had this to say, “Fortunately for Epson, their strategic domain name was registered and secured by a friendly party. It cannot be questioned that Epson own all legal rights to the domain name and we were more than happy to transfer the crytical domain name over to them.”

He added, “We’re not in the business of squating or warehousing and wish Epson success with their new product.”

You can find out more about the Epson Disc Procucer here.

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BETT 2008 Educational Technology Show Roundup

This years BETT 2008 show at Olympia London indicates more than ever how IT can aid and assist in education. Some of the most interesting technologies included the interactive whiteboards and visual presenters.

Without doubt todays young are developing accelerated learning techniques via the daily use of internet based tools and high end gaming systems. Only through adopting the look and feel of these media rich in’yer’faces can we expect to fully engage with the aspirational young. See a range Educational Technology products.

Warner abandons HD-DVD format

It’s shocking and unexpected news to arrive at such a crucial time for this emerging technology, but many think it’s just what the market needed.

In a massive blow to Toshiba’s HD-DVD hi-def disc format, content giant Warner Bros has announced that it is to release future HD movie content exclusively on Sony’s Blu-Ray format, with production of Toshiba’s HD-DVD discs to cease by May.

Warner chairman and CEO Barry Meyer said of the decision: “The window of opportunity for high-definition DVD could be missed if format confusion continues to linger.

“We believe that exclusively distributing in Blu-Ray will further the potential for mass market success and ultimately benefit retailers, producers, and most importantly, consumers.”

It’s fantastic news for Sony, whose CEO Howard Stringer added: “It’s a good feeling. I’d like to thank Warner for making the decision to release in Blu-Ray their home video which is in the long-term interests of consumers.”

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