Intel to cut Linux out of the content market?!
lordverminard at gmail.com
Sun Jul 31 06:03:57 UTC 2005
Magnus Therning wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2005 at 01:12:46PM +0700, Ezra Tibuludji wrote:
> Well, another misguided attempt from the consumer electronics industry
> to satisfy the (much smaller, sizewise) content industry. It's about as
> intelligent as pissing against the wind.
> DRM will keep on popping up as long as the content industry think they
> can get away with it. If only the consumer electronics companies would
> grow a pair then we'd see the end of this farce. It doesn't help that
> "the greatest democracy on earth", which also happens to be the most
> influential country and hosts all the biggest content providers, has a
> political system that allows buying legislation (this isn't as unique as
> it should be).
> In the end, the only thing we, as consumers, can do is vote with our
> feet and money. Don't by this encumbered waste of good computing power,
> don't by content that limits what you can do with it.
look the xbox360.
for all of its didgital media capabilites it still
does not have have all the media features my xbox(modified)
MS will always try stuff like this.
offering low quality stuff at bloted prices.
ignore it i guess.
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