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Sunday, June 12, 2005
(Via The feature.com) There's been no resolution yet of the OMA DRM standoff that threatens the widespread adoption of the technology that was supposed to unite the mobile phone and the PC, letting content be delivered across either channel and played back on either type of device. Microsoft's PlaysForSure DRM - which works across PCs, portable audio and video players, and MS-powered PDAs and mobile phones - has been adopted by a number of music services, including Napster, Yahoo and Real, and now TiVo is touting the capability of its TiVoToGo service to sync video to portable media players and mobile devices. TiVo users can now send video from their DVR to their Windows PC, and then pass it on to a mobile device - something simplified by a consistent DRM across both platforms.
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