DoubleTwist - media sharing site from DVD Jon

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 19 2008 @ 18:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DVD Jon, famous for cracking the DVD content protection code and Apple's FairPlay DRM, has released a new file syncing and sharing site called DoubleTwist.
Called DoubleTwist, it's a free desktop client that essentially allows any kind of music, photo, or video file to be shared between a long list of portable media players, and through Web-based social networks.

Instead of iTunes songs or videos taken with a Nokia N95 remaining locked on the phone, DoubleTwist software allows for dragging, dropping, and syncing of different media formats no matter the device.

The idea, according to DoubleTwist founder and CEO Monique Farantzos, is that media files should be more like e-mail. It shouldn't matter what service you create the file in, or on what type of hardware, it all should work together seamlessly, she says.
Check it out over here.


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