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At San Diego Comic-Con, digital comics reader and marketplace Comixology unveils long-requested feature.
Good news for Orange customers, and any right-thinking nusic aficionados: Orange has stripped DRM from its music store
The first book from the pixelated robots-and-romance comic is available as an unlocked PDF, a notable move in the world of Web comics.
With Comes with Music just around the corner for Australia, Nokia is starting to talk about its intentions to change its music library to DRM-free files.
Don's latest Digital Home Video makes the case for DRM-free music. Check it out to see what he says!
At Macworld 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, announces a new music price plan and an expanded selection of digital rights management-free songs in its iTunes Store. Users will be able to strip their existing DRM-wrapped music of the controversial copy protection software, but doing so will cost 30 cents per song.
Moving further away from its one-price-fits-all model, the company will allow top four music labels more price flexibility.
More than a year after iTunes began offering DRM-free music from EMI, Apple is in talks to acquire MP3s from the other top three music labels.
The computer maker teams up with Universal Music Group to offer "curated" bundles of 50 or 100 copyright protection-free songs--all by Universal artists--on select PCs.
7digital has become the first European music download service to offer DRM-free MP3 music downloads from all major record labels, as of today.