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Helix Universal DRM approved by CableLabs

Scott Nelson - 2006-04-17 15:18 - devicedrm

Today, Real and Cable Television Laboratories announced CableLabs' approval of Real's universal Helix Digital Rights Managment (DRM) solution for OpenCable Unidirectional Receiver (OCUR) devices connected to PCs. The approval by CableLabs allows manufacturers to build and deploy a secure digital cable ready solution for PCs, and enables consumers to view digital and high definition (HD) cable programming on PCs, as well as other devices connected within their home networks.

Real's CEO, Rob Glaser comments on MGM v Grokster case

Kevin Foreman - 2005-06-28 00:45 - devicedrm

“Today the Supreme Court reaffirmed an important basic principle: Thou Shalt Not Steal,” said Rob Glaser, Founder & CEO of Real. "Two months ago, we introduced the first and only legal free music sharing network with over a million songs from all the major labels – Rhapsody 25. With the court’s ruling now clear, we invite everyone in America to come to to experience digital music the way it should be – free, legal, and fun. For 10 years we’ve designed software and services based on the simple notion of giving consumer the best experience possible while also protecting the legitimate interests of rights holders. By taking this approach, we’ve become the leader in digital music subscription services, with over 1 million music subscribers.”

palmOne LifeDrive to include Rhapsody music player

Kevin Foreman - 2005-05-18 12:56 - devicedrm

Today Real announced that its award-winning Rhapsody music player is the preferred music manager for the groundbreaking new device from palmOne - LifeDrive. LifeDrive users can use Rhapsody to manage their entire digital music collection on their PC and transfer certain songs to their LifeDrive for on-the-go enjoyment. This follows Real's launch last month of Rhapsody 25, a pioneering music service that lets consumers listen to and share music online for free. The Rhapsody desktop application is bundled with the LifeDrive device.

Real's Sr Dir Bus Dev to speak in Santa Monica on Mar 31

Kevin Foreman - 2005-03-02 18:05 - devicedrm

For those of you in Southern California who are considering attending 'Digital Hollywood' on March 31, be sure to sit in on the session entitiled: "Movie Distribution and the Broadband Timeline - Via the PC - Via the Set-Top: Technology, Content & DRM"

Real Music VP to speak today in New York

Kevin Foreman - 2005-03-02 17:43 - devicedrm

For those of you in the New York area here are the details:

Sonos and Real team to distribute music throughtout home

Kevin Foreman - 2005-01-08 01:25 - devicedrm

Sonos, the developer of the award-winning Sonos Digital Music System, and Real yesterday announced a partnership to integrate and promote the leading Rhapsody online music service with the Sonos Digital Music System. The news marks the first time that a legal digital music service has been made available for use in multi-room environments. With Sonos and Rhapsody, consumers will now have the flexibility to enjoy multiple Rhapsody streams in different areas of the home, and for the first time, control it all from the palm of their hand.

RealRhapsody-powered NETGEAR MP101 wins Editor's Choice

Kevin Foreman - 2004-11-25 18:34 - devicedrm

Today NETGEAR announced the award of the Editors’ Choice designation by LAPTOP Magazine to NETGEAR’s RealRhapsody-powered Wireless Digital Music Player - MP101. Published in the Nov 04 issue, the NETGEAR Wireless Digital Music Player was selected as the top product in a comparative review of popular wireless music players for ease of configuration, an easy-to-read LCD display and support for the RealRhapsody music service.

Helix DRM based-Harmony Technology wins industry award

Kevin Foreman - 2004-11-08 21:26 - devicedrm

Real today announced that its Rhapsody Internet jukebox service and its groundbreaking Harmony Technology, an innovation that gives consumers freedom of choice in how they enjoy digital music, have received top honors at the Billboard Digital Entertainment Awards.

D-Link and Pinnacle offer Rhapsody-compatible devices

Kevin Foreman - 2004-10-15 22:51 - devicedrm

Yesterday, Real announced that its award-winning Rhapsody internet jukebox service is now interoperable with both D-Link's MediaLounge Wireless Media Player and Pinnacle Systems' ShowCenter 1.7, digital media receiver.

Real & Intel build standards-based products for home

Kevin Foreman - 2004-09-08 22:32 - devicedrm

Today, at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel announced that through close collaboration with Digital 5, Netgear and Real on the development of a standards-based Digital Media Adapter (DMA), consumers will be able to move protected premium content from the PC to other devices on the home network. Read more here:

Welcome to the Device DRM project

  2004-05-28 19:52