iTunes a hit in Japan, 1 million downloads in first few days

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 Apples  iTunes digital music service has already surpassed 1 million downloads since  it's debut last Thursday in Japan. Calling the acceptance a "huge success"  Apple's Steve Jobs can add...
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#2

Paying for compressed music is plain stupid. Apple should sell music in Apple lossless format, then let people make their own CDs and MP3s from them. And I don’t care if they DRM them as long as the DRM works on every device you own. (but now it does not)


#3

I’d love to see anyone but Microsoft being the defacto standard. I’m not saying Steve Jobs is a better person then Bill Gates… But I’d rather the world was not ruled by just 1 person or company.


#4

Yes its called IRiver and its various MP3 players which make IPoo look like a closed system. Further, its more stylish, cheaper, no DRM, some play video/jpgs, etc etc. Anything but rotten Apples.