Summary:

The four biggest consumer electronics companies have formed an alliance and agreed to make standardized DRM a reality.  Sony, Matsushita Electric (Panasonic), Samsung and Philips formed the alliance so licensed video and audio can be used on any device the four companies produce.  This should make […]

The four biggest consumer electronics companies have formed an alliance and agreed to make standardized DRM a reality.  Sony, Matsushita Electric (Panasonic), Samsung and Philips formed the alliance so licensed video and audio can be used on any device the four companies produce.  This should make a major impact on electronic music and video sales and could take the steam out of Apple and Microsoft and their collective proprietary DRM systems.

(via CNN)

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