I know not what the difference between the military edition and the civilian edition are, other than maybe serial numbers. The military edition Halo 3 Zunes are available this month and the first batch shipped out with a group of soldiers leaving from Baltimore Washington.
The time has finally come for a winner to be announced. First lets list what they’ve won. The contents of this gracious prize pack from our wonderful sponsors at Belkin are as follows: a TuneBase™ FM Transmitter for Zune™ F8M026 and the TunePower® for Zune™ F8M027.
Despite the fact that the Zune has sold over a million units, it's still not considered to be that popular. I've known a few people to own one, and all of them have either gotten rid of them, or tried to get rid of them. Perhaps they'll do better with Zune 2.0?
FairUse4WM only removed the restrictions up until now. The DRM is cracked and users of version 1.3 of the FairUse4WM software are reporting that the new software completely removes the DRM from Zune music.
If you're excited about the new flash-based Zune codenamed Draco, but wishing it held more tunes, then you'll love this next bit from the rumormill. They may be launching a bigger flash-based Zune alongside the Draco.
For those of you on the other side of the pond, I've got some tragic news. You won't be getting a Zune this year. I know you're heartbroken, but Microsoft isn't turning a profit, and I don't think they expect you to buy them anyway.