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Around the Web 5.26.09: Pan-European song licenses, Nokia's Ovi Store stumbles and Vizio fights back

May 26, 2009 |  9:14 am
Will the digital television transition on June 12 catch you unawares? Credit: Brocco Lee via Flickr.

-- About 3 million U.S. households are not ready for the digital television transition, to occur on June 12, about half the number of three months ago. MSNBC

-- Are you one of them? Read this primer on the digital transition and become a DTV guru. ArsTechnica

-- Music labels, under pressure from the European Union, will offer song licenses that apply across EU, not just individual countries. WSJ

-- Nokia's answer to iTunes, dubbed the Ovi Store, falters on day of launch. TechCrunch

-- Vizio fights back, sues Funai Electric for patent infringement. TWICE

-- Warner Bros. aims to become major publisher of iPhone Apps. mocoNews via WashPost

-- Nano-materials can hold your data for a billion years. Slashdot

-- Seiko Epson finds way to manufacture large-screen OLED televisions, using inkjet technology. Engadget

-- Alex Pham