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Yahoo Music: The Beauty of the Refund

With Yahoo Music shutting down its store and DRM licensing servers on September 30, anybody who ever bought music from the Yahoo Music Store would no longer have a license to play their music.Now, however, Yahoo has announced that it...

DRM-Free MP3 songs - You're joking, right?

Amazon.com today announced it will launch a digital music store later this year offering millions of songs in the DRM-free MP3 format from more than 12,000 record labels. According to Amazon, every song and album in the Amazon.com digital music...

Don't Like DRM, But It's Not Going Away Soon

Love reports like this about how must recording industry executives don't like DRM, think it gets in the way of what consumers want to do with music and if it was eliminated more people would buy more tracks. The kicker? These...

Jobs, DRM and the Record Labels: It's a Finger-Pointing Festival!

Of course we're excited about Steve Jobs saying that he'd love to offer all of us free music on iTunes, but the record labels have his hands tied with their DRM schemes. (All kinds of reports on that here and here.)...

Video rentals on the Apple iPod - iVideo

ThinkSecret, the guys sued for revealing Apple secrets, is at it again with a rumored Apple video rental service in the works that will allow you to rent videos for download to a video iPod. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is...

Microsoft, cable companies, and some popcorn

Microsoft Corp. and Cable Television Laboratories Inc. (CableLabs) today announced they have reached an agreement that will allow Microsoft and PC manufacturers to bring to market digital-cable-ready (including HD) Windows Media Center-based PCs by the holiday 2006 time frame. These...

Microsoft to remove Sony copy protection malware

Microsoft said it would remove controversial copy-protection software that CDs from music publisher Sony BMG install on personal computers, deeming it a security risk to PCs running on Windows. This is but another salvo shot fired between Microsoft and Sony....
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