Swedish company PopCatcher has developed technology that's going to be a lawsuit waiting to happen if it hits US shores: its software is able to tell the difference between music, speech and commercials, and the company's MusicDock MD-601 automatically captures those songs, storing them as 192kbps MP3 files onto its docked MP3 player. Whoa!

Reviewer Wille Wilhelmsson from the Swedish blog Prylfeber tells us this $214 device works as advertised. With technology like this, DRM's days are numbered.


Product Page [PopCatcher, via Prylfeber (Swedish)] Thanks, Wille!