Laguna coupe monaco grand prix

Bruhl, 27. May 2010 – With the Limited Special Edition Laguna Coupe Monaco Grand Prix wants to remember Renault to the Study Laguna Coupe Concept, which was in 2007 at the Automesse IAA in Frankfurt. The special edition falls above all by a painting in mother-of-pearl female metallic with black downlined roof and black outdoor mirrors. Black 18-inch raders give the appearance a secure portion of dynamics. Kuhlergrille and the vehicle edges are each with one "Monaco GP"-Logo marked.

Bose sound system

Especially attractive for music lovers is the Bose sound system with nine speakers and a separate subwoofer in the trunk cover. The audio components also pay a digital six-channel extractor with equalizer, a MP3-fahal six-fold CD changer and AUX and USB connections.

Seats with memory function

The lettering "Monaco GP" There is also on the backrests of the standard leather seats in anthracite. The interior of the decorative strips and the center console in the gloomy woman. In addition to the equipment level GT, the special edition offers electrically adjustable front seats and outdoor mirrors with memory function. There are also an automatic tire prere control and an acoustic parking aid front.

Napster offers the music industry a billion dollars

A billion dollars is apparently the proof that the new medium Internet also follows the old laws of economy and judiciary. In any case, the Internet exchange platform Napster, together with its solvent partner Bertelsmann, is offering the rest of the music industry a billion dollars to prevent legal arbitration. Napster enables its users to find and exchange music files free of charge. Since most of the material is protected by copyright, four record companies sued in the U.S. – and got right in two instances (yellow-red card for Napster). A court order is currently being revised, but it is clear that Napster will have to stop the exchange of copyrighted material.

The now published offer is aimed at a supra-judicial settlement. If music publishers accept the offer, they will no longer have a cause of action, as they will no longer suffer any material damage. Napster is offering the four major music publishers EMI, Sony, Universal and Warner 150 million dollars a year for the next five years. The exact distribution will depend on the amount of material actually exchanged on Napster. Another 50 million dollars in license fees are to be paid annually to smaller companies, again distributed according to the quantity of their works exchanged on Napster.