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Samsung to use Microsoft's DRM

Posted by: , 04:57 AEST, Fri April 16, 2010
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Samsung announced that it will start using Microsoft's PlayReady DRM for a range of home devices, including cellphones, digital video players

Samsung announced that it will start using Microsoft's PlayReady DRM for a range of home devices, including cellphones, digital video players, and other gadgets and gizmo's.

The first DRM infected device will ship later later this year and Samsung is hoping to have all of its electronic devices infected by year by 2012.

The main difference between the two DRM styles is Windows Media is limited to Microsoft's in-house codes, while PlayReady layers on top of most variants of AAC audio and H.264 video in addition to WMA and WMV.


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