TechCrunch reports on RealDVD, which lets users legally copy DVDs to their hard drives, but with DRM intact. It lets you authorize five computers for a movie -- but its $49.99 for the first license and $19.99 for an additional four licenses!
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And over at NewTeeVee there's a quick look at Amazon video compared to Hulu, iTunes, and Netflix: Hands on with Amazon Video on Demand.
Beet.TV seems excited about this with a "Real" interview in Bombshell from RealNetworks: Rip Save Burn Unlimited Hollywood Movies with $30 Program.