Piracy, especially music piracy, has apparently disappeared from Norway. This seems to be because of easy to access to affordable, convenient and legal music streaming services.
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A new rumor claims that Microsoft won't launch the Xbox One in the Nordic countries in Europe until the third quarter of 2014. Microsoft is not commenting on the report.
The Norway division of Microsoft came up with a way to promote Windows 8 that involved a local rock band combined with a real world version of the Xbox Music live tile.
Netflix has announced that it will expand its streaming movie and TV show business to the countries of Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland before the end of 2012.
As Anders Behring Breivik faces trial, he comes up with some completely baffling claims, such as being a member of the Knights Templar, as well as being found as an avid player of Blizzard's MMO.
After the events in Norway earlier this month that caused dozens of people to be killed, a retailer in that country has decided to remove a number of PC and console games from its store shelves.
According to a statement on Friday by Ronny Turoy, a spokesman for the Norwegian Competition Authority (NCA), Microsoft's proposed $1.28 billion purchase of Norway's Fast Search & Transfer is the subject of a stepped-up antitrust...
Norway has given a final date by which Apple must open up iTunes. If Apple does not make iTunes songs playable on music players other than the iPod, by October 1, the company will be...
An overly excited Jon S. von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software, today proclaimed at an internal company meeting that if the download numbers of the new Opera 8 Web browser reach 1 million within the first...
Jon Lech Johansen, creator of the DECSS DVD crack, won't be going back to court. The Norwegian Economic Crime Unit (Ã˜kokrim) today confirmed that it will not appeal the upholding of his acquittal on copyright...
A landmark trial of a teenager in Norway over Hollywood charges of video piracy ended on Monday with prosecutors urging a suspended 90-day jail term. Jon Johansen, known in Norway as "DVD Jon,"...
According to reports, the Norwegian government will not be renewing its contract with the Microsoft, in favor of Linux, even though it will lose discounts of up to 20 per cent on public sector buys...
Norwegian prosecutors have indicted Jon Johansen for his role in creating the DeCSS program that unlocked a DVD copy protection system and unleashed a series of lawsuits by the motion picture industry. ...