Friday, September 01, 2006


Although large, well-resourced companies - the sort of companies who'd think nothing of looking the other way if trades unionists were being murdered, for example - are giving up their attempts to set up download stores, there seems to be no end of people fancying to have a go at the iTunes market.

Latest entrant is to be Samsung, launching some players and a store with two million tracks fairly soon. No word on price or DRM yet, but we'd be very surprised if it actually addresses the gaps in the market (30pence-ish and without any rights management software built in) and will be about 80p a go, with plays for sure "technology" on-board.

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