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Napster confirms no streaming music iPhone app

Napster confirms no streaming music iPhone app

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Napster has admitted that unlike its rivals, it has no plans for a streaming music service on the iPhone. A spokesperson for the company put the blame on " high licensing fees for streaming to a mobile phone". Napster says that it wouldn't be able to... >>

Rhapsody submits iPhone Application to Apple

Rhapsody submits iPhone Application to Apple

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Real Networks has announced that its Rhapsody streaming music service has been submitted to Apple for review. The application is free, but you'll need a Rhapsody To Go subscription to use it, which is only available in the US and costs $15 per month.... >>

Yahoo Music Store shutting down DRM servers

Yahoo Music Store shutting down DRM servers

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It was way back in February that Yahoo announced that it's music service was to be transferred over to RealNetworks' Rhapsody. Now the fall-out has actually started. All Yahoo Music Unlimited subscribers are being offered the option to transfer their... >>

Rhapsody takes on iTunes

Rhapsody takes on iTunes

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Digital music seller Rhapsody is going after Apple iTunes and has a whooping $50 million in its pocket to spend on ads. Rhapsody scored a massive coupe when it signed a contract in February with Yahoo to provide all of its online music offerings, but... >>

RealNetworks to drum up interest in Rhapsody music service with SanDisk's help

RealNetworks to drum up interest in Rhapsody music service with SanDisk's help

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There’s another team entering the music player/music service game to join the iPod and iTunes duo and the Zune and Zune Marketplace twins. RealNetworks is holding hands with SanDisk to put content from its service on to a range of Sansa players in the... >>