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Microsoft to stop supporting Zune DRM music March 2017

At E3 2012, Microsoft introduced Xbox Music, a streaming service that allowed users to to listen to millions of songs through Microsoft’s own proprietary music platform. This Xbox Music was soon rebranded as the Groove music service that we’ve all grown to love today, along with the release of Windows 10. Now the The Groove […]
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