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The deal might also include the internet radio service, Shoutcast, that was built by Winamp's creator, Nullsoft, the report added.
In 2004, Nullsoft, the developer of Winamp, was bought by AOL for $80 million.
Also available are a variety of pay programs (many with free trials) such as Nullsoft Winamp (a media player), Anonymizer for anonymous Web surfing, and antispyware programs.
According to the company, the new service, packaged as BigFix Fixlet messages, initially includes updates for Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Apple iTunes, Apple QuickTime, Java Runtime Environment, Mozilla Firefox, Nullsoft Winamp, Real Networks RealPlayer, and Skype client software.
On2's software is used by Sony, NTT, AOL, BBC, ABC News, Nullsoft, SeaChange International, China Netcom, NHK, and Nanwang Multimedia.
On2's software is used by such leading companies as Sony, NTT, AOL, BBC, ABC News, Nullsoft, SeaChange International, China Netcom, NHK, and Nanwang Multimedia.
En otra de esas inquietantes historias de exitos sin precedentes Frenkel dejo la escuela para fundar Nullsoft, debido al aplastante exito de su Winamp.
The two put together a company called Nullsoft (after
Gnutella was originally released by a company called Nullsoft, a few weeks after it was taken over by AOL.
on Thursday once again reined in a subsidiary that has caused it embarrassment in the past, shutting down a search engine for digital music run by Nullsoft, an AOL unit that also has created a Napster-like file-sharing program.
Nullsoft, who wrote the most popular MP3 player WinAmp have developed a Napster-beating file-sharing tool, christened it Gnutella and created a division called Gnullsoft to distribute it.
The top digital music players in June 1999 were RealNetworks' RealJukebox and NullSoft Win Amp, boasting 2.