Usage statistics from Nokia’s music-bundling service point to increased musical adventurousness when users don’t have to pay for each track.
The big chance, finally, for music subscription services.
P.S. Note to RealNetworks: now how about a streaming Rhapsody application for the BlackBerry?
Intertrust expands its Marlin trust management services to OMA DRM 2.0, thereby promoting interoperability between the two technologies.
Microsoft’s PlayReady adds partners; Nokia’s Comes With Music expands geographies.
A boost in the future prospects of Marlin DRM.
By Bill Jones Last year more mobile phones were sold globally than the aggregate sales of TVs, PCs, and cars put together. There are approximately 4 billion mobile phones in a world of more than 6.5 billion people. Penetration rates in some European countries are 150% (Italy), while some are as low as 80% (France […]
Today Amazon is launching Kindle for iPhone and iPod Touch, an e-book reader application, available in the iPhone App Store at no charge. This is yet another major shift in platform tectonics for e-books, among so many in this young year already. And it shows that I was incorrect when I previously speculated that Amazon […]