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Comcast Updates its Terms of Service; amidst accusations of blocking BitTorrent traffic, cable company says it “uses reasonable network management practices that are consistent with industry standards.” (Ars Technica) Apple TV Patent Hints at iChat; patent filing suggests company might be eyeing video chat and on-screen […]

Comcast Updates its Terms of Service; amidst accusations of blocking BitTorrent traffic, cable company says it “uses reasonable network management practices that are consistent with industry standards.” (Ars Technica)

Apple TV Patent Hints at iChat; patent filing suggests company might be eyeing video chat and on-screen info via widgets. (Engadget)

Management Moves at Roo and MTV; Roo’s COO Steve Quinn terminated, MTV president Christina Norman to step down at the end of the month. (Quinn: paidContent; Norman: MediaWeek)

Next New Networks on MySpace TV; new media startup to offer shows like “EPIC-FU” and “Barely Political” on a branded channel on MySpace TV’s homepage. (release)

Hulu Lets Users Invite Friends; beta users now have 10 invites to send to whomever they choose. (company blog)

  1. Pittsburgh Patent Services Monday, September 8, 2008

    Awesome! I love Hulu!

  2. Pittsburgh New Invention Friday, September 12, 2008

    I watch my favorite shoes on Hulu. I love the Office and there’s even old reruns of Buffy on there!

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