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  • Blog Post: Zune gets even better!

    I just realized that with the 3.1 update to the Zune service, the Zune service (Zunepass) will allow users to keep 10 songs a month, forever, in addition to having a la carte access to everything on Zune. This hopefully will get all those people on the fence of deciding whether the Zune service is for...
  • Blog Post: DLA Devices in the Wild Already?

    So... Engadget is reporting that the SanDisk Sansa Connect, a device capable of streaming radio and acquiring on-the-go content is now available. If this is real, I really, really want one. As an on-the-go subscriber to Urge, I would be able to get just about any music that I want, anytime. Additionally...
  • Blog Post: RealNetworks Takes Helix off the Market

    As covered on DRM Watch it seems that Real is getting out of the DRM business. This can be both good and bad. It would be interesting if they transition to using our technology in more places than they already are... But I digress, I suppose this was a long time coming.
  • Blog Post: N-Gage 2 with games "superdistributed"

    I just saw this article on Kotaku. And it really makes sense to me. Why not let someone copy a game from someone's phone to enable "trial" play. Or even better, have your friend be able to buy the game so that he or she can play with you as soon as you get the game. This makes a lot of sense for co-op...
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