Just in case you had any concerns that
cellphone content wasn't secure enough, Microsoft has announced what the company is calling "significant
investments" in DRM technologies for mobile devices. Details are a bit scarce, with no exact financial
details, but Microsoft's Kevin Johnson, co-president of the Platforms & Services Division, said the move was made
in response to demands from the company's wireless partners and, of course, to "give consumers what they want --
seamless experiences with premium content on a wide range of mobile devices." (See? This is all about what you
want, after all.) Microsoft's Windows Media Digital Rights Management is currently the most widely used DRM in the
world, with this latest move likely to only further solidify that position.