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Movavi Video Converter

Many users are constantly searching for either premium or free video converters online for tons of different tasks. Some people want to convert content to playback on their respective portable devices such as tablets and smartphones. Others may want to bring content back and forth from physical media to digital media or the other way around. Movavi Video Converter attempts to bring video conversion to the masses in an easy tool that is has some sour points and some pluses based on our experience with the trial version.

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Anonymous Retaliates Against Megaupload Takedown by Bringing Down Websites of DOJ, FBI, Universal, & Others

The hacker group known as Anonymous is apparently upset with the treatment of Megaupload and its executives as they have claimed they brought down numerous websites that supported the federal indictment against Megaupload and its top employees. Numerous reports states that the sites affected included those of the Department of Justice (DOJ), FBI, Universal Music, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA), the Broadcast Music, Inc., and the US Copyright Office among others.

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RocketHub: Working Jedi Holocron

Working Jedi Holocron

RocketHub is a place where people can go and ask for donations for things ranging from programs to crazy devices. Sometimes the projects are bunks and others are unquie and creative. One such creative project is one by Rob Petkau, who is asking for donations to create a working Jedi Holocron.

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IK Multimedia announces iKlip Studio

iKlip Studio

IK Multimedia, the creators of the popular iRig series have announced their newest product, iKlip Studio for the iPad and iPad 2. The iKlip is an iPad desktop stand designed for musicians holding the iPad firmly on studio desks or other surfaces when using a variety of music and other apps.

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Megaupload Shut Down by Federal Prosecutors & Executives Arrested

Megaupload, the popular file-sharing site, has been shut down by Federal prosecutors in the United States and apparently the sites founders have been charged with violating piracy laws. This whirlwind of news has just blown in after Megaupload and many other companies blacked out their websites yesterday to protest anti-piracy legislation acts SOPA and PIPA, laws which would grant the government the ability to block sites like MegaUpload from the internet, that are currently being considered by Congress. Kim Dotcom, Megaupload founder, and several other company executives were arrested today in New Zealand at the request of the US government under provisional arrest warrants. The charges include “engaging in a racketeering conspiracy, conspiring to commit copyright infringement, conspiring to commit money laundering, and 2 counts of substantive criminal copyright infringement.

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