Saturday, March 29, 2014

Switched On: Amazon's Puzzling Prime Directive

Switched On: Amazon's Puzzling Prime Directive: "Apple makes its money by selling devices. As such, it's incentivized to have content -- or at least the delivery of it -- exclusive to its devices. For years, the company implemented DRM (digital rights management) on music sold through iTunes. It fought such restrictions, but nonetheless benefited from them. Even today it proclaims its leadership position in the number of applications available for its platforms; many of these arrive on the iPhone exclusively, at least for a while"

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