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Join the Maximum PC editors for a rousing review of the week's tech news and top-notch how-to advice.
Vista's activation DRM may shut you down for 'too many' hardware changes, even if you changed drivers, not hardware. Here's how to avoid getting nailed - and some advice for Microsoft.
Microsoft's Zune digital music players got slimmer and bigger at the same time this week, but that's not all that's new.
Microsoft wins patent rights for inaudible digital watermark technology. What does this mean for so-called 'DRM-free' music - and you?
In the ongoing format war, Blu-Ray moves one step closer to victory over HD-DVD, but at what cost to the consumer?
The Maximum PC staff goes to Showdown LAN and lives to tell the tale!
Our listening challenge reveals that songs encoded at 256Kb/s are only slighty better than 128Kb/s tracks.
EMI is un-DRMing all its music (well, except the Beatles) and selling it online. That's great, but the fight's not done yet.
This week, we celebrate Jeremy's return (and the birth of his first son) with an all Maximum PC podcast.
The truth about the Digital Rights Movement and media piracy.
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