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Holy sh**, Grooveshark iPhone app now available in the App Store! (Download Squad)

Aug 12th 2010 9:41AM You could just set up Ampache on a old GNU / Linux box at home and hook it up to the internet. Then you could just access it from your iphone / android since they have ampache clients for both phones. That would be free. Of course you wouldn't have all the music grooveshark has.

Dead Rising 2: Case Zero prequel detailed (Joystiq)

Apr 21st 2010 9:30AM I hope this eventually comes out for the pc :-(

Ubuntu 10.10 codename announced: Maverick Meerkat (Download Squad)

Apr 7th 2010 9:33AM Wow I was close, my guess was Marvelous Meerkat.

Images of Internet Explorer 9's new interface leaked: it's minimal, it's Metro! (Download Squad)

Apr 1st 2010 5:41PM Albeit pretty I'm going to stick with Firefox and Chromium.

Breach thief jumps bail, currently playing Modern Warfare 2 [update] (Joystiq)

Mar 30th 2010 4:27PM He liberated the source code :P

A taste of Netflix on Wii (video) (Download Squad)

Mar 27th 2010 8:35AM You could always rip the Netflix CD into a USB loader for the Wii. That way you don't have to keep the CD in.

Swag Sunday: Assassin's Creed 2 (PC) [update] (Joystiq)

Mar 22nd 2010 11:15AM No DRM by far is the best solution. Everyone knows DRM is always cracked and released by the various groups. All the drm does do is frustrate normal people. If I buy a DVD, I can share a copy with a friend. If I buy a music cd I can share the songs with a friend. And if I buy a console game I can lend it to a friend and other people in my house can play it with their own account without having to buy the game again. (see steam) Now I can see content providers wanting to protect their things from being "shared" on bittorrent with millions of people but preventing people from actrually sharing their games on a small average joe scale and DRM is not the answer. I think cheaper games (30$ instead of 60$), and lack of DRM would really help their games being shared around the net with millions make consumers happy at the same time. There are of course those who will always download games without paying for them just because they can. But those people would ve just downloaded the crack anyway and then they would have gotten around the drm just like that. That`s why DRM is uneffictive. Don`t get me wrong I love steam but if they got rid of the DRM they would be even more sucuessful. (wow just wrote all of this in my phone LOL)

Engadget Podcast 188 - 03.20.2010 (Engadget)

Mar 20th 2010 10:08PM Wow you guys are awesome! Ogg download ftw