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Step 1: Amazon MP3 Web App. Step 2: Amazon Profit. Step 3, Apple?

Press2ToContinue (2424598) writes | about a year ago

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Press2ToContinue (2424598) writes "Amazon has found a simple way around Apple's tight-fisted iTunes... give users a web app to buy MP3s that runs in Safari. No need to pay 30%-per-tune to Apple.

Freedom of choice of vendor in Apple-only territory? A big breach of Apples walled garden? How much you wanna bet that Apple is going to have a Step Thee to say about this?"

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