"The important thing about a revolution is that it's bigger than you," says Downloaded director Alex Winter in our discussion about his new Napster documentary and the 10-year process of bringing it together.
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Rhapsody is executing on its new strategy to buy subscribers by purchasing its top rival: Napster
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While Apple dominates the music marketplace, Walmart officials are listening to crickets populate its digital music storefront. The retail giant plans to throw in the towel on selling MP3s later this month.
Rdio brings 7 million songs to mobile devices and the desktop, with Twitter-style social networking features to discover new music.
The founders of Kazaa and Skype are launching Rdio, an all-you-can eat music subscription service for the Web and smartphones.
Long-struggling online music service Napster has cut the monthly price of its all-you-can-eat music streaming service to just $5 - and you get five MP3s with it.
Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy has announced it is buying online music service Napster in a deal worth $121 million.
If you ran out to see the film version of the musical Momma Mia!, Napster hopes you'll rush to their music store buy the entire ABBA catalog in DRM-free MP3 format.
The music service's massive new DRM-free catalog puts it leagues ahead of both AmazonMP3 and iTunes, the former leaders in DRM-free music.
AT&T and Napster have announced that AT&T mobile users will be able to buy songs using their mobile phones for $1.99 apiece, or $7.49 for five tunes.
Digital music service Napster is relaunching itself as a Web-based music service which enables customers to play their music on any computer without additional software.
Japan's DoCoMo hooks up with Napster to offer over-the-air song download services.