Summary:

Today on the Net: DirecTV is getting more expensive, Inception is getting a lot of interest on torrent sites and porn downloaders aren’t getting sued.

Verizon Upgrading FiOS TV Software Platform; the new Interactive Media Guide 1.9 is getting high marks from some users. (DSL Reports)

DirecTV To Raise Rates 4% In 2011; the satellite operator will initiate price hikes and new fees in February. (MultiChannel News)

BitTorrent Zeitgeist: What People Searched For in 2010; the most popular search term was Inception. (TorrentFreak)

Logitech requires Gigabyte to suspend Revue shipments; the Google TV maker has reportedly informed Gigabyte Technology to temporarily suspend shipments of its Revue set-top boxes for the period from December 2010 to January 2011. (DigiTimes)

The Top 20 DMCA Cease and Desist Senders of 2010; the music and movie industries are some of the biggest complainers, but there are also some unexpected entrants. (TorrentFreak)

ISP won’t reveal names of alleged porn pirates; Time Warner only unmasked ten Avatar porn downloaders per month. (Media Maverick)

Roku CEO Not Worried About Usage Caps; Internet set-top box maker looks to add more channels, retail distribution in 2011. (MultiChannel News)

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