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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Non-DRM songs now on iTunes

iTunes logoWith the new iTunes 7.2 out today, Apple starts to sell non-DRM music provided by EMI. As mentioned earlier, the songs are sold for $1.29 a piece. Apple dubbed the new offering iTunes Plus.

By the way, as Erica Sadun has been quick to point out, just like the DRM-cousins, non-DRM files purchased from iTunes have the buyer's account name embedded...

In another press release Apple also announced iTunes U, offering lectures from leading US universities for free.

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