Sound that you can feel?
Looking back at some of the online souls we've lost.
A great opportunity for cutting teeth in the technology journalism space.
Leans heavily on its back catalogue.
Seemingly confirms cashflow problems.
Says it's just restructuring, though.
Aims to block fake accessories.
Pledges to restore invalidated Pro licences.
They don't cover consoles, though.
Promotes GOG.com, naturally.
Cross-border gifting and trading blocked.
Feature not dead and gone, it seems.
Microsoft has announced a deal with PacketVideo that will see PlayReady DRM bundled with mobile devices running Android, Linux, and Symbian.
Ad-supported music service SpiralFrog has closed its doors, and users are warned that their songs will be locked after a sixty day grace period as the DRM kicks in.
Apple has made a surprising announcement at this year's MacWorld - all songs available on iTunes are to be made DRM free as of this quarter.
The latest range of MacBook hardware, featuring a Mini DisplayPort as its only video output option, enforces DPCP DRM on certain iTunes video files - preventing playback via VGA.
Video streaming service Netflix has announced that it's extending support to non-Windows OS' via Microsoft's Silverlight software.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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