All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘DRM free’

LIMBO Special Edition Comes With 3D Glasses

Everyone’s favorite high-contrast indie game just got a new special edition with tons of goodies. Playdead, the independent Danish development studio behind the award-winning LIMBO, announced today that LIMBO: Special Edition is now available for order in online game stores. The special edition, which Playdead states was created for fans, includes DRM-free versions of LIMBO for both the Mac and …

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Tor and Forge E-Books to go DRM-Free by Early Summer

DRM is a bit of a conundrum. It has, as far as I know, never deterred piracy, yet entertainment companies continue to implement DRM solutions that hinder or block paying customers. A recent example is that both Sony and Microsoft are reportedly considering anti-used-games DRM for their next-generation consoles. But not all companies fail to see that DRM is a …

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Sony BMG Becomes Last Major Label to Drop DRM

BusinessWeek is reporting and our sources confirm that Sony BMG will offer at least part of its catalog available DRM free in the first quarter of the year making it the

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Universal DRM Free Music Speeding Up

The slow march towards universal DRM free music appears about to become a sprint to the finish line. 

Recent developments pushing Sony BMG, WMG and other holdouts to reconsider their protectionist positions include:

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Has the DRM Free Experiment Failed?

The last year has been filled with announcement after announcement marking the end of DRM.  DRM-free pioneer eMusic was thriving. 

EMI dropped DRM across its entire catalog.

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