Tuesday, July 31, 2007



AT&T and eMusic (http://tinyurl.com/3xrs2a) have announced an agreement to download eMusic content directly to select phones. The iPhone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone) is not part of this (obviously), due to its tie to iTunes. However, this means AT&T has deals with the top two online music stores, both of which offer DRM-free music (though only eMusic is entirely free). If these arrangements prove successful, that could lead to a big victory against DRM as more and more phones are loaded with songs from eMusic and iTunes Plus.



CateGoogles: general_tech
Mood = curious

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AT&T, eMusic, iTunes and DRM


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