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08.26.10
Royalty-free H.264 is a big win for HTML5, big loss for Flash
08.26.10

Royalty-free H.264 is a big win for HTML5, big loss for Flash

Update: Mozilla responds, saying that by 2014 (when the original fee-free license for H.264 would ha...

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05.21.10
Google's WebM video format might not be so free after all, says MPEG-LA
05.21.10

Google's WebM video format might not be so free after all, says MPEG-LA

Google might be trying to shake up video on the web by releasing the WebM video format and VP8 cod...

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05.04.10
Know Your Rights: H.264, patent licensing, and you
05.04.10

Know Your Rights: H.264, patent licensing, and you

Know Your Rights is Engadget's technology law series, written by our own totally punk ex-copyright a...

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10.21.08
Target agrees to pay MPEG-2 licensing fee for Trutech store brand displays, is Vizio next?
10.21.08

Target agrees to pay MPEG-2 licensing fee for Trutech store brand displays, is Vizio next?

Target has apparently come around to MPEG-LA's way of thinking, agreeing to pay royalties to the lic...

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06.11.08
Vizio supplier says it paid MPEG-2 patents
06.11.08

Vizio supplier says it paid MPEG-2 patents

Just an update on that Vizio vs. the world tiff, one of the major shareholders of the company and ma...

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06.11.08
Vizio supplier says it paid MPEG-2 patents
06.11.08

Vizio supplier says it paid MPEG-2 patents

Just an update on that Vizio vs. the world tiff, one of the major shareholders of the company and ma...

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