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    Just when we have only just heard about the death of CD, MP3 comes next.

    http://www.smh.com.au/technology/tec...15-gw5jy1.html
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by amey01 View Post
    Just when we have only just heard about the death of CD, MP3 comes next.

    http://www.smh.com.au/technology/tec...15-gw5jy1.html

    My understanding is that the patent is expiring and people wouldn't need to license it anymore.

    I uncertain why they are bothering to make a statement like that.
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    And vinyl lives on!!
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