Amazon opens DRM-free music store

  • Amazon.com today launched an early version of its much-anticipated digital music download store, which is set to rival to Apple’s dominant iTunes Store. The service, dubbed Amazon MP3, includes a selection of over 2 million DRM-free songs from two of the four major record companies – EMI and Universal – plus thousands of independents.

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