Sunday, January 21, 2007

DRM-free iTunes on Your TV (from Netgear)

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Netgear unveiled a device that will stream YouTube content directly to user's TVs. In addition, the Digital Entertainer HD, as Netgear calls it, will also stream audio files, including iTunes. From the article:
The Apple Fairplay option is remarkable because Apple doesn't support its DRM on third party appliances. The company claimed that proprietary technology allows it to transfer the music, but declined to provide any details. One possible scenario to transfer the music would be to stream the actual audio signal from iTunes directly to the media adapter, thereby evading the DRM.

Of course, Apple's Fairplay DRM has been broken already (plus, one could just burn a music CD and then rip it again), but good to know there's yet another option.


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